Skinny Puppy post new song

2011-10-12 by Dr Dave De Sylvia STAFF | 5 Comments
Skinny Puppy have premiered a new song entitled 'Village' at Revolver magazine.

'Village' is taken from the Canadian industrial outfit's new album, hanDover, which is scheduled for release on October 25.

http://www.revolvermag.com/?p=21146

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insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
October 12th 2011
4302 Comments


cool song, I'm waiting to hear the whole album

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Acanthus
October 12th 2011
9810 Comments


They've really changed the sound around, even my strong dislike of the normal SP formula is kinda shoved aside here; track's interesting.

linchpin313
October 12th 2011
830 Comments


So far so good

Blindsided
October 13th 2011
1871 Comments


Album is pretty sweet.

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
October 14th 2011
4302 Comments


the album has already leaked ?



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