SKINLESS Working On 'Progression Towards Evil' Reissue, DVD Release

New York-based death metallers SKINLESS are taking a few months off in early 2007 to recover from the "Trample the Weak World Tour 2006". "We had a fucking great time across Canada, Eastern USA, Europe, Australia and New Zealand and we'll be combing through the footage for a new SKINLESS DVD," the group says in a statement. "We'll also be working on a reissue of the 'Progression Towards Evil' CD with a new layout and lots of bonus material. Look for this and the DVD later this year. No more tour dates are available right now but we hope to get to Japan, Mexico, South America, western USA and beyond."

SKINLESS' latest album, "Trample the Weak, Hurdle the Dead", was released last June via Relapse Records. The CD was the band's first to feature new vocalist Jason Keyser. The follow-up to 2002's "From Sacrifice to Survival" was recorded with longtime engineer Brett Portzer at his Max Trax Studios and was mastered by Scott Hull at Visceral Sound.


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