SKINLESS Part Ways With Singer, Seek Replacement

New York-based death metallers SKINLESS have issued the following statement via their official web site:

"After a decade of giving 110% to SKINLESS, vocalist Sherwood Webber is leaving the band. He is pursuing other opportunities in life that wouldn't be possible while playing in a serious touring band. We thank Sherwood for his dedication, energy and talent that have helped elevate SKINLESS to the level we are at today. The search is underway for a new vocalist and SKINLESS will rock on.

"We'd also like to thank everyone who came out to our DVD release show. It was an interesting night as ex-SKINLESS members Ryan Wade (vocals) and Adam Lewis (bass) took the stage along with Sherwood (heads back to play the drums) and myself to perform 'Pool Of Stool' and 'Crispy Kids' in a brief SKINLESS 1995 reunion. I hope you all have as much fun watching the DVD as we had making it. The feedback so far has been awesome."

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