SKULLSHIFTER Announce One-Off Show in Support Of 'Here In Hell' EP

SKULLSHIFTER, the New Jersey-based band featuring former INSANIAC members CJ Scioscia (guitar) and Tom Nolz (guitar, vocals), will be performing a one-off show on Friday, November 18 at Room 13 @ Connections. This show is in support of the band's debut EP, "Here in Hell". Also on the bill that evening will be DELIAN LEAGUE, AMONG US, SOTTO VOCE and ONE BRICK DOWN.

Room 13 @ Connections is located at 503 Van Houten Avenue in Clifton, NJ. More information is available at the SKULLSHIFTER web site,

Mixed by acclaimed producer Simon Efemey (NAPALM DEATH, PARADISE LOST, THE WILDHEARTS) at Chapel Studios in Lincolnshire, England and mastered by studio wizard Alan Douches at West West Side Music, SKULLSHIFTER's self-produced/self-released "Here in Hell" EP "captures the explosive energy and relentless crush of SKULLSHIFTER's unique sonic attack," according to a press release.


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