SKEW SISKIN, LEMMY To Appear On MOTÖRHEAD Tribute CD

German female-fronted rockers SKEW SISKIN will have two songs included on a MOTÖRHEAD tribute CD, due on December 1 through the French label Bad Reputation (web site): "Boogeyman" (a cover of the song from MOTÖRHEAD's "Rock 'n' Roll" album) and "B4", a re-recording of the song from SKEW SISKIN's "Voices from the War" album, featuring MOTÖRHEAD's Lemmy on bass and sharing lead vocals with SISKIN's Nina C. Alice. A video for the song "Boogeyman" has been cut, showing a lot of previouslyunreleased live footage. Check it out at this location.

SKEW SISKIN recently announced that they were canceling all their shows for the remainder of the year so that Nina C. Alice could receive medical treatment for an infection.

SKEW SISKIN's latest CD, "Album of the Year", was released in November 2003 through ulfTone Music.

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