Do You Want To Be In The New SKINLAB Album Artwork?

Veteran San Francisco Bay Area metallers SKINLAB have issued the following update:

"We are looking for pictures of the most gruesome scars that you have to offer. Only the most gruesome of scars will make it into the artwork for the band's July 21 release entitled 'The Scars Between Us'. The scars will be handpicked by us. Please send the best-quality picture of your scar; no camera phone shots. Please send all photos to [email protected] Only the sickest will make it into the new album artwork!"

"The Scars Between Us" will be released through Cleveland, Ohio's Stand and Deliver Records.

Bassist/vocalist Steev Esquivel previously stated about the band's new material, "This will be by far the best SKINLAB... ever!! Expect nothing but pure heaviness... This album has everything a longtime SKINLAB will expect, but also a few other elements that we've added to the mix that are gonna blow you away. We're coming prepared for the beatdown!!"

As previously reported, SKINLAB has been added to the July 10 stop of the Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival at the Sleep Train Amphitheatre in Sacramento, California. SKINLAB will be the second band of the day on the Jägermeister Mobile Stage.

SKINLAB recently posted a short preview of the band's video for the song "In for the Kill". The clip was filmed in May 2008 at the group's warehouse in Oakland, California with new, up-and-coming director Jourdan McClure and it features an appearance by rebounding UFC fighter Nate Quarry and Greg Thompson.

SKINLAB's current lineup:

Paul Hopkins - Drums
Glen Telford - Guitars
Steev Esquivel - Bass/Vocals
Snake - Guitars


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