SKINDRED Finish Tracking Eight New Songs

SKINDRED, the Welsh band featuring former members of DUB WAR, recorded a total of eight songs during their recent recording sessions in Florida, including four cuts that will appear on the upcoming re-release of their debut album, "Babylon", due on August 24 through Bieler Bros./ Lava Records. "We've decided to add four tracks to the album and take off a few," the band write on their web site. "You will just have to wait to find out what's been taken off. Some of the tracks may end up on our follow-up album to 'Babylon', when we eventually finish laying 'Babylon' to rest." The following tracks were laid down during the recent Florida sessions:

01. Cure For Cancer
02. Tears
03. Beginning of Sorrows
04. Set the Place Alight
05. Start First
06. Pressure (acoustic version)
07. Re-Education
08. We Want Up And Running


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