SKINDRED To Record Live Album In London

SKINDRED To Record Live Album In London

Following a summer run of highly impressive summer festival appearances, Welsh ragga metallers SKINDRED have announced that they will play a special one-off show at London's Roundhouse on Saturday, November 21, 2020, to be recorded as the band's first live album.

While winning awards as being one of the U.K.'s best and most renowned live acts, including Metal Hammer magazine's prestigious "Golden God" award as "Best Live Act," SKINDRED has to date never recorded or released a iive album.

SKINDRED's manager Seven Webster from 7pm Management said: "The band have always wanted to record a live album and for us it was just a matter of finding somewhere extremely unique to record it. The Roundhouse, aside from being a landmark venue, has had some incredible rock bands play there over the years, from the likes of THE DOORS, Jimi Hendrix, the RAMONES and MOTÖRHEAD, so where else were we going to do it."

SKINDRED drummer Arya Goggin said: "We are stoked to be playing at the Roundhouse. It has been on my personal bucket list for a while, so recording it as a live album makes it all the better for us to bring our A game and put on an amazing show.

"SKINDRED are all about supporting the live industry and helping to keep historical music venues open, so playing in rooms like the Roundhouse only endorses our want to support these fantastic rooms rather than see them turned into car parks."

Tickets for the show go on sale this coming Friday, September 6 at 10 a.m., so if you want to see SKINDRED bring the Newport Helicopter to Camden's most revered venue for what promises to be an amazing night grab your tickets quickly on Friday from this location.

Meanwhile, SKINDRED's single "Big Tings", taken from the Top 40 album of the same name on Napalm Records, was recently picked up by the new and extremely well-received Sky TV show "Brassic", featuring Michelle Keagan, with the track being used to launch the whole campaign as well as being used in the show itself.

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