UK-based ragga-metal band SKINDRED has posted a preview of the title track of its new album, "Roots Rock Riot", on the group's MySpace page.
Due on October 23 via Bieler Bros. Records, "Roots Rock Riot" (cover artwork) features the following track listing:
01. Roots Rock Riot 02. Trouble 03. Ratrace 04. State Of Emergency 05. Alright 06. Destroy The Dancefloor 07. Rude Boy For Life 08. Killing Me 09. Spit Out The Poison 10. Cause Ah Riot 11. Ease Up 12. Choices And Decisions
The recording of "Roots Rock Riot" was completed at Bieler Bros. Studios in Pompano Beach, FL with producer Matt Squire (PANIC AT THE DISCO) and was mixed by Rick Will (BABYLON). The album will feature twelve tracks sure to take hardcore SKINDRED fans to a whole new level.
"Roots Rock Riot" is follow-up to the band's breakthrough debut, "Babylon", which has sold over 250,000 copies and featured the Top 10 hit single "Nobody" and its successful follow-up, "Pressure".
SKINDRED has toured the world extensively with the likes of KORN, CHEVELLE, BREAKING BENJAMIN, HIM, SEVENDUST, PAPA ROACH, SOULFLY and has appeared at the U.K.'s Download festival where frontman Benji Webbe took over vocals for KORN to perform their classic song "A.D.I.D.A.S."
Watch the Ratrace video below.
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