Critically acclaimed progressive-rock pioneers Crack The Sky celebrate the worldwide availability of select catalog titles today via Carry On Music. The available digital albums span 35 years (1983-2018) and include the following 15 titles—World In Motion 1, The End, Raw, From The Greenhouse, Dog City, Cut, Live | Recher Theatre 6.19.99, Ghost, Dogs From Japan, The Sale, Machine, Ostrich, The Beauty of Nothing, Living In Reverse, Crackology. Listen/buy HERE.
Crack The Sky consists of John Palumbo (Lead Vocals, Guitars, Keys), Rick Witkowski (Guitars & Vocals), Joey D’Amico (Drums & Vocals), Bobby Hird (Guitars & Vocals), Glenn Workman (Keyboards & Vocals) and Dave DeMarco (Bass & Vocals). The band has enjoyed a forty-plus year career and has garnered critical acclaim from The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Billboard, Modern Drummer Magazine, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, The Baltimore Sun, Philadelphia Weekly, Relix, and most recently VENTS Magazine.
The worldwide digital availability comes on the heel of Crack The Sky’s newest single release, “Tribes,” the title track from their upcoming album due out January 15, 2021 on Carry On Music. “The song, ‘Tribes,’ is an observation of the sharp divide in our country. Everyone has a tribe. Everyone believes their tribe is the one with all the answers when the real answer is unity,” says writer, vocalist, and guitarist, John Palumbo.