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Skinless Announce Summer East Coast Tour Dates

The Press Release:
US Death Metal veterans SKINLESS announce three East Coast tour dates supporting the impending release of the Savagery full-length. The weekend tour begins is June 7-9 with support by Ringworm, Churchburn and Outer Heaven. Additionally, SKINLESS will perform at California Deathfest and Quebec Deathfest in October. All confirmed tour dates below.

Watch and stream SKINLESS’ previously released tracks for “Savagery” HERE, “Line of Dissent” HERE and on all digital streaming services AT THIS LOCATION. Additionally, listen to the previously released SKINLESS song “Savagery” on YouTube HERE and digital streaming services AT THIS LOCATION. SKINLESS’ sixth studio album Savagery is due out May 11, 2018 on CD/LP/Digital via Relapse Records. Physical packages are available via Relapse.com HERE and Digital Downloads / Streaming Services AT THIS LOCATION.

SKINLESS return with their pulverizing sixth studio offering, aptly titled Savagery. Recorded by Tom Case at Doomsday Bunker Studio in New York and by Dave Otero (Primitive Man, Cattle Decapitation, Cephalic Carnage) at Flatline Audio in Colorado. Savagery embodies ten slabs of rotting, aural remains across 37 minutes of titanic slams, untouchable grooves, mauling riffs and blood-thirsty, bestial growls. Savagery sees SKINLESS at the top of their game, more than 25 years into an untouchable reign of terror. Features stunningly sick cover art by renowned tattoo artist Jesse Levitt.

SKINLESS Tour Dates:
— All Tour Dates June 7-9 w/ Ringworm, Churchburn & Outer Heaven —

Jun 07: Boston, MA Brighton Music Hall
Jun 08: Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Bazaar
Jun 09: Clifton Park, NY Upstate Concert Hall
Oct 13: Oakland, CA California Deathfest
Oct 20: Montreal, QC Quebec Deathfest

Cover Artwork by Jesse Levitt

SKINLESS Bio:
The beast called SKINLESS was brought forth in 1992 by guitarist Noah Carpenter with one goal: to be the heaviest band around. SKINLESS play brutal death metal with crushing, infectious groove, influenced by pioneers such as Obituary, Suffocation, Broken Hope, Deicide, and Cannibal Corpse. After a variety of personnel changes and the release of two demos, SKINLESS established a solid, dedicated lineup in 1997: Noah Carpenter on guitar, Sherwood Webber on vocals, bassist Joe Keyser, and Bob Beaulac on drums. This version of the band would later become known as the band’s classic lineup.

In 1998, SKINLESS released their full-length debut Progression Towards Evil, which stunned the underground, showcasing the energy that the band had become known for via its intense live performances. An independent release, Progression Towards Evil received frenzied acclaim the world over and saw remarkable sales. A deal with Relapse Records ensued, and three more bludgeoning platters of death metal were served up between 2001 and 2006: Foreshadowing Our Demise, From Sacrifice To Survival, and Trample The Weak, Hurdle The Dead.

Despite a few lineup changes during that period, the band remained as brutal and busy as ever. SKINLESS toured the globe extensively in support of these offerings and gathered a growing horde of metal miscreant fans. Besides their recorded output, SKINLESS have also had the pleasure of defiling stages around the Earth with Slayer, Pantera, Slipknot, Shadows Fall, Exodus, Overkill, Morbid Angel, Suffocation, Dying Fetus, Six Feet Under, Misery Index, Deicide, Immolation, Origin, Gorguts, Hatebreed, Chimaira, Mortician, Incantation, Obituary, Cannibal Corpse, Entombed, Vader, Cattle Decapitation, Brutality, Grave, and many more.

After several years of laying low, SKINLESS returned to action with their classic formation in 2013 and added a second guitarist, Dave Matthews, into the mix. A fifth full-length album, and the band’s first in eight years, detonated via Relapse in June 2015. With Only The Ruthless Remain, SKINLESS returned stronger than ever with a prime slab of brutal death. Chock full of their signature, skull-crushingly heavy grooves and technical, blasting severity, Only the Ruthless Remain garnered a positive reception from publications like Decibel, MetalSucks and Terrorizer.

In 2018, after three years, US Death Metal veterans SKINLESS return with their pulverizing sixth studio album offering, aptly titled Savagery, out via Relapse Records. It was recorded by Tom Case at Doomsday Bunker Studio in New York and by Dave Otero (Primitive Man, Cattle Decapitation, Cephalic Carnage) at Flatline Audio in Colorado. Savagery embodies ten slabs of rotting, aural remains across 37 minutes of titanic slams, untouchable grooves, mauling riffs and blood-thirsty, bestial growls. Savagery sees SKINLESS at the top of their game, more than 25 years into an untouchable reign of terror. Its stunningly sick cover art is by renowned tattoo artist Jesse Levitt. SKINLESS are back, and they’re as ready to flay you alive as they’ve ever been!

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PiercingMetal Thoughts: So I’ve only seen Skinless a small number of times and its not based on my disinterest in them its just one of those can’t get to everything scenarios. Perhaps when June rolls around I will be able to catch them once more and do a little reporting on the matter. It’s far too early to know my plans at this time as my tasks have been great for this and The Chronicles website as well. What about you folks? Are you thinking of catching one of these shows? Do you think it will lead to a lengthier tour? Chime in down below with your thoughts, you know I love to hear from you.

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Skinless @ St. Vitus Bar

Skinless will perform with Abnormality and others at SVB. This show is 21+ to enter with valid ID.

Nile @ B.B. King Blues Club (8/21/2007)

Nile is a devastating Death Metal band with a Middle Eastern flair to some extent and shortly after their appearance on Ozzfest would deliver a crushing set of music with both Chthonic and Skinless. We had actually missed both Nile and Chthonic at the Ozzfest based on the traffic to the show, so were glad to be here at B.B. King Blues Club tonight’s fun. To see more just scroll past the logo below.

Logo - Nile

Artist: Nile
Venue: B.B. King Blues Club (New York, NY)
Opener: Chthonic, Skinless
Date: 8/21/2007
Label: Nuclear Blast Records

Since I had missed the performances by Nile and Chthonic during the previous week’s Ozzfest, I was happy to find the pair doing a show at B.B. King Blues Club on one of the festival “off” nights. This show would allow both of the bands to deliver a full set of material as opposed to the twenty minutes that they were allotted during the festival and this would truly be the better way to absorb their brand of Metal. Joining them for the show would be Skinless and while Daath was originally scheduled, that band had been moved to the Highline Ballroom to appear with their Roadrunner Records label mates Devil Driver who were also doing an “off-festival” gig..
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“Trample The Weak, Hurdle The Dead” by Skinless

Artist: Skinless
Title: “Trample The Weak, Hurdle The Dead”
Label: Relapse Records
Release Date: 6/13/2006
Genre: Grindcore
Rating: 5/5

To Trample The Weak, Hurdle The Dead should be the mantra of every technically inspired Grind outfit on the planet. The bombastic approach that defines the genre is as much about the imagery as it is of the end-result on the listener’s tympanic membrane. Leaving the ear-bled ruins of Death Metal’s underbelly gasping for their own survival, Skinless has returned with what might be a new benchmark for the genre.
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