Skinless Comments On Final Performance At The Maryland Deathfest
Death metal battalion Skinless will play its last show at this year's edition of the Maryland Deathfest in Baltimore. Vocalist Sherwood Webber, drummer Bob Beaulac, guitarist Noah Carpenter, and bassist Joe Keyser are prepared to scathe listeners with tunes off "Progression Towards Evil" and "Foreshadowing Our Demise" for one last time.
Commented Webber of the band's final performance: "This is death metal, so things can’t live forever, and here... we have an end! I’m stoked the guys at the Deathfest thought of us to do the show. It makes sense and we’re all down to do it. I know Noah announced the band's demise a couple weeks ago, so it will be like seeing a ghost, then going to see Ghost ha!"
"You can expect to see the sickest Skinless show ever," he promises. "Last year's reunion show was killer. It was everything a Skinless show should be about the finality of the MDF performance will definitely make it.......final! The final nail! Everyone in the band are still great friends. I live in Denver and we all have a lot going on in our lives now. We did way more than I ever expected. It was a lot of drive that made it happen; hard fucking work! I’d like to personally thank everyone that got behind us: Relapse, Ted Etoll and Step Up Presents, and most importantly the metal fans all over the world! I’m over-the-top stoked for the show. If you can’t be there, there is always the miracle of YouTube. You never know what the musical future holds for all of us...keep a look out! Everyone take care, and always...stay brutal!"
Skinless will be performing at thef estival on Sunday, May 29th in the main room at 6:45pm.
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