New Skindred Single Posted
2009-08-16 by Magnus Altkula STAFF | 22 Comments

Reggae metallers Skindred have posted their new single Stand For Something to MySpace. The band's new album, Shark Bites And Dog Fights, is due for release on September 22.

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Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
August 16th 2009

8221 Comments


really cool song, i am digging a lot. Hoping that the new album will impress.

Digging: Metsatoll - Karjajuht

Blindsided
August 16th 2009

1871 Comments


Holy good. Looking forward to the new shit.

Phantom
August 16th 2009

8930 Comments


10 seconds left for you to comply

JAV
August 16th 2009

1883 Comments


Had no idea these guys were still around.

PanasonicYouth
August 16th 2009

7410 Comments


never liked these guys at all. and the music player wouldn't show up. so i'm left still not liking them.

PanasonicYouth
August 16th 2009

7410 Comments


^^supposed to be a frownie face

MaskAtTheMasquerade
August 16th 2009

2784 Comments


not too shabby skindred. not too shabby

iamthenightmare
August 16th 2009

754 Comments


always have been a guilty pleasure. Song is pretty good

shawreck
August 16th 2009

33 Comments


shawreck

astrel
August 16th 2009

2613 Comments


You guys are kidding right? This is terribly bland musically, and the singing....

Skimaskcheck
August 16th 2009

2360 Comments


Don't really like this band but can't wait for the Southampton dates - Burn the Fleet and Karnivool, amazing.

botb
August 16th 2009

9281 Comments


actually not that bad

Digging: Cult Leader - Nothing For Us Here

mitch91
August 16th 2009

408 Comments


Woo I loved their second album. State of Emergency FTW

combustion07
August 16th 2009

5303 Comments


I liked Roots Rock Riot this seems cool as well, will buy.

adkymo
August 16th 2009

162 Comments


Pretty cool song. I'm seeing these guys in October too, should be interesting.

HugCrewLoveRoll
August 16th 2009

612 Comments


the first verse reminds me of escape the fate eww.

CrazyFool84
August 16th 2009

1078 Comments


tried so very hard to get into this band...ultimately the great question, "can reggae mix with metal" is more than answered. That main riff sounded like something Pearl Jam would've done, and for whatever reason they seem to be regressing their sound...have to wait for the full album to critique it mind you

bloc
August 16th 2009

34489 Comments


nobody! nobody gets out alive!

Digging: Gamma Ray - Empire of the Undead

itachi1452
August 16th 2009

366 Comments


Not what I was expecting, but I thought it was pretty good.

lpstudio18
August 16th 2009

44 Comments


reggae...metal...and its on the alt/indie page...hmmm

mitch91
August 17th 2009

408 Comments


Its not actually an album though, only an 8 track EP.

linchpin313
August 28th 2009

813 Comments


wow! i thought i had to wait another 44 years for the next record, that was quick, will get this asap!!



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