SKINLAB To Issue 'The Nerve Damage Sessions' In Late Summer

SKINLAB have reportedly set "The Nerve Damage Sessions" as the title for their forthcoming collection of alternate versions of studio tracks, several live tracks recorded on the band's "ReVolting Room" tour, plus one or two new songs. The final details have yet to be ironed out, but it is expected that the CD will include a couple of the Steve Evetts mixes of the "ReVolting Room" material, plus various remixes and possibly even some live video footage filmed on the band's last tour. A late summer release through Century Media Records is expected.

Fresh from their triumphant set at this years installment of the annual 420 Festival, SKINLAB have announced that they will support SUPERJOINT RITUAL on Sunday, May 4 at the Avalon Ballroom in their hometown of San Francisco. Click here to check out pictures taken at the 420 Festival.

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