British "folk metal" act SKYCLAD played its first-ever gig in Russia on Saturday, October 13 at the Oktobierfest in Moscow (along with TANKARD and BEERMEN GAME). Fan-filmed video footage from the show can be viewed below. The group's setlist can be found at this location (Note: The band didn't perform tracks #19 and #20).
In other news, SKYCLAD will play a gig in Stockport, UK on December 1 at the Thatched House. Also scheduled to appear are INTENSE, RBH and MUSIC BY NUMBERS.
SKYCLAD last year issued an EP, entitled "Jig-a-Jig". The disc featured a new recording of the instrumental track "Jig-a-Jig", along with the songs "The Roman Wall Blues", "They Think It's All Over - Well Is It Now?" and "Mr Malaprope" from the "A Semblance Of Normality" sessions.
SKYCLAD's most recent album, "A Semblance Of Normality", was released in 2004 through Demolition/Dreamcatcher Records. The CD was mixed and mastered at the Damage Inc. Studio in Italy by Dario Mollo, who has previously worked with ANATHEMA, CRADLE OF FILTH, TONY MARTIN and GLENN HUGHES, among others.
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