SKIP SUSHI Featuring Former BACH TIGHT FIVE Members: Audio Available

SKIP SUSHI, the Memphis, Tennessee-based band featuring former members of Sebastian Bach's (ex-SKID ROW) BACH TIGHT FIVE, has posted several new songs on its MySpace page.

According to SKIP SUSHI's official bio, "this four-piece band from Memphis, Tennessee mixes their different influences to create a unified elixir of infectious melodies and strong vocal harmonies to soothe the savage soul. From the opening accapella vocal solo to the gradual crescendo of symphonic sounds, in their original tune 'Believe Me', and through the riff-heavy, driving bridge and lethal guitar solo in 'Novacaine', the audience will be lifted into a spirit-soaring euphoria that remains with them indefinitely! . . . SKIP SUSHI thrives on arrangement-driven, lyrically-expressive collaborations that create a harmonic, melodious, moody groove rock that is highly addictive and leaves the listener wanting a larger bite every time. SKIP SUSHI will gladly provide you with the taste that you crave!!"


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