SKINDRED, Ex-EVILE Members Join Forces In REABO
REABO is a "supergroup" of well known names from the colliding worlds of rock, dubstep, metal and grime who have combined to produce a single which will quite simply blow your head off.
REABO consist of Ol Drake, former guitarist in EVILE; XFM presenter and bassist of indie rock band LOSERS, Eddy Temple-Morris; notorious bass music artist Rednek; SKINDRED drummer Arya; and grime artist Beaupierre.
It's certainly no ordinary supergroup or back story. With the help of Jägermeister and their "It Runs Deep" campaign which celebrates friendships which are deep and meaningful, the collective of musical friends were booked into a recording studio and left to their own devises for 12 hours to see quite simply what would happen. The result is "Whatever May Come", which tears up the rule book and spits it back out with such ferocity and explosive energy that even the most hardened mosher and shape thrower will unite on the dancefloor.
This lethal concoction of talents and personalities are so happy with track, they have decided to officially release "Whatever May Come" through Bad Boy Records on April 27, backed with Stenchman and 245 remixes and a music video directed by Stuart Birchall and producer by Matt Jarman (You Know Ltd.).
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