Skinlab Issues Band Activity Update
Skinlab has issued the following update about their upcoming activity:
"Hey what's up everyone, it's been awhile since we made our last update about what is going on. Finally some good tour news is on the way!. Dates are being set up for April for the 'Bloodline Tour and Clinics' which will be sponsored by Jackson Guitars and will feature various Jackson Artists participating in select in-store appearances and Clinics. Tour dates are also in the works for Europe later this year. We are trying to get down to South America, and Australia this year too.
"Skinlab recently became part of the Jackson Guitars family and will be collaborating on a new custom Skinlab baritone guitar and long scale bass. Snake and I will be heading out to Corona,CA this week to take care of all specs and final adjustments to the designs before they head off to production. The designs are fuckin sick looking, we're all very excited to be working with Jackson and look forward rocking them fuckers on stage soon!!
"After having a very successful run at radio and video with our first single In For The Kill we decided to go with The Scars Between Us as the next single and video. We will once again be working with our good friend Jourdan McClure for a new video. Jourdan is such a great artist and has a great vision. We are really looking forward to this, we should be getting some treatments here in the next week. Be sure to hit up your local radio stations and request The Scars Between Us. And for all our European fans keep your eyes open for The Scars Between Us to hit stores such as HMV on March 29th. You haven't heard the last of Skinlab in 2010, there is more to come!"
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