Crucified Barbara

Album Title: 
In The Red
Release Date: 
Friday, September 12, 2014
Review Type: 


Mia Coldheart – Vocals/Guitar

Klara Force - Guitar

Ida Evileye - Bass

Nicky Wicked - Drums

The Swedish ladies from ‘Crucified Barbara’ are together since 1998. Until 2003 they were with 5 band members, but after they began to play with 4 instead of 5 the ball began to roll with their 4th album ‘In The Red’.

The band makes a solid form of hard rock which leans up against metal. ‘Motorhead’ isn’t that far away. The album is full of melodic guitar riffs that don’t sound that tough to play but it sounds terrific. And that proves that Music doesn’t always have to be complex to sound good. The raw voice of ‘Mia Coldheart’ is the trademark of the band. An awesome rock and roll album with not too difficult songs on it, but it’s obvious that they have more up there sleeve when they play live than on the record.

The first song ‘I Sell My Kids For R’n’R’ , ‘Don’t Call On Me’, ‘In The Red’ and ‘Finders Keepers’ are the songs that stand out the most on the album.

Tracklist :

I Sell my Kids for Rock’n’Roll

To Kill a Man

Electric Sky

The Ghost Inside

Don’t Call on Me

In the Red

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Finders Keepers

Don’t You Want Me

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