Former CHANNEL ZERO Singer Returns With 'Energy Rock' Sounds Of SKITSOY

April 21, 2004

SKITSOY, the Belgian band fronted by former CHANNEL ZERO vocalist Franky De Smet-Van Damme, have posted their video for the track "Come to Belgium" at this location (Windows Media). "The song deals about the typical aspects (more bad than good...) of our little country, and isn't metal nor hard rock," reads a press release. "It's defined [as] 'energy rock', music with balls."

The "Come to Belgium" single was recorded at Jet Studio in Brussels with producer Benjamin Bertozzi and was reworked, mixed and mastered by Attie Bauw (JUDAS PRIEST, SCORPIONS, GOREFEST) at the Bauwhaus studio in Amsterdam. It is scheduled for release this month through North Sea Records via distribution from V2 Music.

For more information on SKITSOY, visit the band's official web site at this location.

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