SKINLESS: New Songtitles Revealed

January 6, 2006

New York-based death metallers SKINLESS have begun recording for their new album for Relapse Records.

The record, titled "Trample The Weak, Hurdle the Dead", will be the band's first to feature new vocalist Jason Keyser and is being recorded with long-time engineer Brett Portzer at his Max Trax Studios. "Trample The Weak, Hurdle the Dead" is the follow-up to 2002's "From Sacrifice To Survival".

Guitarist Noah Carpenter (bassist Joe Keyser and returning drummer Bob Beaulac round out the Albany-based band) comments: "We're all excited about the material on the new album. It's some of the heaviest stuff SKINLESS has done. Bob is done tracking his drums and has brought back that signature SKINLESS groove." Songtitles for "Trample The Weak, Hurdle the Dead" include the title track, "Execution Of Reason", "Endvisioned", "Sycophant", and "Overlord".

Carpenter adds: "We can't wait to get out on tour to rock these songs live. In 2006 we plan to do our most extensive touring in years. Prepare to be trampled!"

"Trample the Weak, Hurdle the Dead" is scheduled for a spring 2006 release.

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