SKINDRED: 'Stand For Something' Video Released

SKINDRED's video for song "Stand For Something" can be viewed below. The track, which is available for streaming on the Welsh ragga-metallers' MySpace page, comes off the band's new mini-album, "Shark Bites and Dog Fights", which is scheduled for release on September 22 via Bieler Bros. Records. The record will contain eight songs, including "Who Are You?" and "Calling All Stations". It was produced by Matt LaPlant (SIKTH) at Bieler Bros. Studios in Pompano Beach, Florida.

Check out the cover artwork below.

SKINDRED released "Electric Avenue", a cover of the classic EDDY GRANT song, through MySpace in January 2009.

"Electric Avenue" became a cross-Atlantic smash, topping the charts in both the U.S. and U.K. The original most recently gained notoriety by being prominently featured in the hit Seth Rogen comedy "Pineapple Express".


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