SKID ROW To Release First-Ever DVD

January 30, 2003

SKID ROW are hard at work editing their first-ever DVD, titled "Under The Skin — The Making of ThickSkin", tentatively due on April 30. According to the band's official web site, the DVD "takes you from the songwriting process through the recording of the new record. There's lots of cool behind-the-scenes footage from rehearsal, the recording studio, and the infamous Skid House, as well as bonus footage that shows the Skids outside their musical environment."

SKID ROW are currently shopping their already-completed new album, "ThickSkin", for a label deal following their split with longtime home Atlantic Records. A mid-spring release is expected.

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