Crowbar Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Crowbar Lyrics - by Popularity

1 No More Can We Crawl
2 Glass Full of Liquid Pain
3 Symbolic Suicide
4 Slave No More
5 Scattered Pieces Lay
6 Conquering
7 No Quarter
8 Command of Myself
9 The Piety of Self-Loathing
10 Angel's Wings
11 Waiting in Silence
12 Empty Room
13 Planets Collide
14 Down Into the Rotting Earth
15 Shaman of Belief
16 Coming Down
17 I Despise
18 Fixation
19 Perpetual Need
20 To Touch the Hand of God
21 Teach the Blind to See
22 Holding Something
23 A Breed Apart
24 Four Walls
25 Only Factor
26 Uncovering
27 A Wealth of Empathy
28 Moon
29 Obedience Thru Suffering
30 Isolation (Desperation)
31 December's Spawn
32 Buried Once Again
33 The Violent Reaction
34 Vacuum
35 Sever The Wicked Hand
36 Lack Of Tolerance
37 Things You Can't Understand
38 Lifesblood
39 Subversion
40 Liquid Sky And Cold Black Earth
41 Embracing Emptiness
42 Euphoria Minus One
43 The Only Factor
44 Feeding Fear
45 Let Me Mourn
46 Time Heals Nothing
47 In-a-Gadda-da-Vida
48 Through a Wall of Tears
49 My Agony
50 The Cemetery Angels
51 I Feel the Burning Sun
52 Ageless Decay
53 Still I Reach
54 Intro
55 As I Become One
56 ... And Suffer as One
57 Amaranthine
58 A Perpetual Need
59 Leave It Behind
60 A Farewell To Misery
61 1,000 Year Internal War
62 The Foreboding
63 Numb Sensitive
64 New Dawn
65 Protectors Of The Shrine
66 To Carry the Load
67 Walk with Knowledge Wisely
68 Fall Back to Zero
69 New Man Born
70 I Only Deal In Truth
71 Cleanse Me, Heal Me
72 It's All in the Gravity
73 Symmetry in White
74 Underworld
75 The Innocent
76 Symbiosis
77 Behind the Black Horizon
78 The Taste of Dying
79 Dead Sun
80 Dream Weaver
81 Odd Fellows Rest
82 Equilibrium
83 Reflection of Deceit
84 Echo An Eternity
85 On Frozen Ground
86 Remember Tomorrow

Crowbar Bio

Crowbar is an American sludge metal band from New Orleans, Louisiana, characterized by their extremely slow, low-keyed, heavy and brooding songs that also contain fast hardcore punk passages. Crowbar is considered to be one of the most influential metal bands to come out of the New Orleans metal scene.

The band dates back to 1988, when Kirk Windstein joined the premiere hardcore punk band Shell Shock in New Orleans. He met Jimmy Bower, who was their drummer, and both quickly became friends. The band collapsed when Mike Hatch, their guitarist, committed suicide in late 1988 (some Pantera fans believe that this was the inspiration for the song "Hollow" off of their 1992 album Vulgar Display of Power).

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crowbar_(American_band)