SKINLAB’s new music video for their track “Dead Tomorrow” has arrived online. Watch HERE. The single arrives well ahead of the band’s new album, which they plan to have out in the summer of 2019 through Art Is War Records. The band’s vocalist/bassist Steev Esquivel commented:
“We’re very excited to finally share new music with the lab family worldwide. ‘Dead Tomorrow‘ represents everything Skinlab has been working on to prepare for its return.”
Skinlab is a groove metal band formed in 1994 in San Francisco, California by vocalist/bassist Steev Esquivel (who used to sing in the Bay Area thrash band Defiance), guitarist Mike Roberts, Now with San Francisco Bay Areas RAZE the STRAY, guitarist Gary Wendt (who played for the Bay Area thrash band Sacrilege B.C. and currently fronts alt/metal band The Ghost Next Door), and drummer Paul Hopkins (the lineup having since been altered.) After releasing 3 full length studio albums and an EP, they disbanded in 2003 following the departure of two core members.
After a three year hiatus, the band featuring line-up of Steev Esquivel (vocals/bass), Snake (guitarist), Glen Telford (guitarist) and Paul Hopkins (drums) has reformed and are currently rehearsing with plans for another Skinlab album.
Following the recording of Skinlab’s latest effort, The Scars Between Us that came out in September 2009, and according to Esquivel, performed quite badly sales-wise, guitarist Glenny Telford once again left the band. He was replaced by Brian Jackson (formerly of the Las Vegas band K