SKINLAB frontman Steev Esquivel has posted the following message to the band's web site"

"Hey hey everyone, some more updates from the LAB!! First off, we would like to announce that our bro Scott Sergeant is back in the band. Yup, that's right after 3yrs away from the music industry, Scott has decided to rejoin SKINLAB to take part in the rest of the touring cycle for 'reVolting Room' and begin writing for the next album. We're stoked to have Scott back, and look forward to writing some brutal shit.

"In other news, SKINLAB will also be featured in the upcoming movie 'Pit Fight'. The movie will be one of the first Extreme Fighting movies of its kind. The band is expected to be playing during an intense fighting scene in the movie, as well as Steev playing of a small role in the film. Alongside of this, we will be shooting a video for 'Beneath the Surface' in Hollywood with director/producer Bobby Razak. Filming will begin late Oct during the first few stops of our headlining dates, then it's all about..... SLAYER!!!!

"See ya in the pit!"


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