SKINLAB To Issue Collection Of Unreleased Studio, Live Recordings

San Francisco Bay Area's SKINLAB and Century Media Records are in discussions to release an album of alternate versions of studio tracks, several live tracks recorded on the band's "ReVolting Room" tour, plus one or two new songs. The final details have yet to be ironed out, but it is expected that the collection will include a couple of the Steve Evetts mixes of the "ReVolting Room" material, plus various remixes and possibly even some live video footage filmed on the band's last tour. In other news, SKINLAB are one of the acts confirmed to perform at this year's 420 Fest, a two-day event set to take place April 19-20 at The Pound in San Francisco, California. The collective vision of Lommori Productions, The Pound SF, and Steev Esquivel (SKINLAB, New Flesh Entertainment), this year's festival will showcase the best of the Bay Area/West Coast scene, as well as soon-to-be-announced top national acts. A total of 50 bands will play on two stages (one indoor and one outdoor), with Saturday's lineup leaning towards the metal/thrash/alternative genres and Sunday's bill featuring a host rock/stoner rock/hip hop bands. Among the other artists confirmed to appear at the event are PISSING RAZORS, SPIKE 1000, 40 GRIT, UNJUST, HOSTILITY, PRIMATE, DISPLACE, 3RD RAIL, OLD GRANDAD, LOWT, LEGION MAD AT SAM, and LOS MARIJUANOS.


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