SKITLIV, the band featuring former MAYHEM vocalist Maniac and SHINING's Niklas Kvarforth on guitar, will replace OM at the David Tibet Curates Roadside 2008 event, which is scheduled to take place on Sunday, April 20 at the 013 Club in Tilburg, the Netherlands. Also scheduled to perform are ÆTHENOR, BABY DEE, CURRENT 93, and RICKIE LEE JONES.
David Tibet Curates Roadside 2008 is part of the Roadburn festival, which will take place April 17-20 at 013. Scheduled to appear are DOWN, CELTIC FROST, GRAND MAGUS, CAPRICORNS, ISIS, BORIS, CULT OF LUNA, ELECTRIC WIZARD, CEPHALIC CARNAGE, TROUBLE, WITCHCRAFT, CHURCH OF MISERY, SERPENTCULT and many more.
SKITLIV is planning two special-edition releases on the UK label Cold Spring. The CD version, due out at the end of February, comprises two studio tracks; a special mix of "Slow Pain Coming" (exclusive to Cold Spring), and a version of "Amfetamin" with guest vocals by current MAYHEM and SUNN0))) frontman Attila. It also includes bonus tracks from the band's recent live performance at the Camden Underworld, London. A limited 12" etched edition will follow at a later date.
Fan-filmed video footage of SKITLIV performing the song "Virescit Volnere Virtus" live in Gothenburg, Sweden in 2007 can be viewed below.
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