Check out the new song, I Sell My Kids For Rock n Roll by Crucified Barbara

Posted: September 16, 2014 in Band, Entertainment, Hard Rock, music, New Music, rock, Video
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The all-female rock band, Crucified Barbara from Sweden have released a video for one of their new songs, I Sell My Kids for Rock n Roll. The song is off their newly released fourth album, In The Red on Despotz Records. Check out the video here:

The album was recorded at Studio Music-A-Matic, Gothenburg with producer Chips Kiesby and engineer Henryk Lip. Artwork for album number four comes courtesy of Stockholm, Sweden artist Erik Rovanpera. Crucified Barbara calls In the Redthe best thing we’ve ever done musically. We have always been shocked by injustice and oppression, and this time, our opinions have taken an even bigger place in the songwriting.”


1. I Sell My Kids for Rock’N’Roll

2. To Kill a Man

3. Electric Sky

4. The Ghost Inside

5. Don’t Call On Me

6. In The Red

7. Lunatic #1

8. Shadows

9. Finders Keepers

10. Do You Want Me

11. Follow The Stream

We first saw Crucified Barbara when they came to perform in San Francisco last year with CrashDiet and they blew us away with their live performance. They were absolutely amazing, energetic and just rocked the DNA Lounge. We look forward to their return to California.

Crucified Barbara is:

  • Mia Coldheart – Vocals, guitar
  • Ida Evileye – Bass
  • Klara Force – Guitar, backing vocals
  • Nicki Wicked – Drums, backing vocals

You can pick up their new album, In The Red on iTunes here. Make sure to visit their social media sites and stay up to date on their latest news. I will leave you with another video, this time for To Kill a Man.

~ Marisol

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Photos from Crucified Barbara set at DNA Lounge in SF March 2013:

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