RE:IGNITION: SKINLAB Members Begin Recording Debut Album

RE:IGNITION, the new band featuring SKINLAB members Steev Esquivel and Snake, have issued the following update:

"Things have been going really good. We've been in pre-production mode for the last four weeks. Recording (pre-pro) at Different Fur went great. It was nice to actually check out the studio and get a feel for the surrounding before we dive in and record the actual album.

"As of now we've got 18 songs. The plan is to narrow things down to the best 13-14 songs.

"Recording officially starts TODAY!!! November 4th thru January at Different Fur studios in San Francisco with producer/engineer Kent Matcke (METALLICA, STABBING WESTWARD). Kent has been really cool to work with. He's been there since our first show(s) and really seems to understand where we want to go with our sound. Having worked with bands that we repect, we're all very stoked to be able to finally get in the studio and record our debut album!

"As far as the label we'll be signing with, we'll be making that announcement soon as we're still in 'hurry up and wait' mode."

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