Classic SKINLESS Lineup Reunites For One-Off Performance; Video, Photos Available

The classic lineup of the legendary brutal death metal squadron SKINLESS — vocalist Sherwood Webber, drummer Bob Beaulac, guitarist Noah Carpenter and bassist Joe Keyser — reunited on June 19, 2010 for a very special one-off performance at Northern Lights in Clifton Park, New York. Co-headlining the show was BURNING HUMAN, featuring SHADOWS FALL drummer Jason Bittner. Support came from WASTEFORM, ISRAFEL and CIRCLE NINE.

Fan-filmed video footage of the concert can be viewed below. Check out photos at this location.

Webber, Beaulac, Carpenter and Keyser were responsible for recording SKINLESS' "Progression Towards Evil" and "Foreshadowing Our Demise" full-length albums (1998 and 2001, respectively).


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