SKYCLAD Hard At Work On New Album

Britain's premier folkrockers, SKYCLAD, are currently ensconced in Damage Inc. studios in Ventimiglia, Italy recording their twelfth studio album. Entitled, "A Semblance Of Normality", the album features tracks recorded with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at Eden Studios, London and conducted by the famed Robert Trory.

Vocalist and album engineer Kevin Ridley comments: "The quality of this album has improved in that it is heavier but still very folky and we have managed to stick to the traditions of SKYCLAD. We have not been afraid to try new ideas like the introduction of the orchestra on a couple of tracks."

Due for release in early 2004, "A Semblance Of Normality" will feature the following cuts, among others:

01. The Parliament Of Fools
02. Do They Mean Us?
03. Another Drinking Song
04. Ten Little Kingdoms
05. A Good Day To Bury Bad News (featuring the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)

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