Skid Row will be released their newest and most powerful album to date, “The Gang’s All Here”, on October 14th via earMUSIC.
Skid Row are a band that continues to push the musical boundaries of their sound while re-exploring their successful musical past. Snake Sabo [guitar], Scotti Hill [guitar], Rachel Bolan [bass], Erik Grönwall [vocals], and Rob Hammersmith [drums]have raised the bar with their newest album. With songs like “Time Bomb,” “Resurrected,” and “October’s Sky,” they capture the band’s musical angst, rage, and melody without missing a step while paying homage to their musical roots. Their new music fits perfectly alongside their biggest hits that have become the cornerstone of their live performances. There is clearly an undeniable chemistry between the three original members, the new drummer, and the latest vocalist Eric Grönwall as evident in this release. These veteran rockers are not taking their foot off the gas with this melodic supercharged album that will exceed any fan’s expectation of the band.
The album is available for pre-order now in multiple configurations, including CD Digipak/1LP Gatefold (black, 180g); Ltd Splattered 1LP Gatefold (splattered black/white/red, 180g); Ltd Colored 1LP Gatefold (red transparent, 180g); Ltd Colored 1LP Gatefold (white, 180g). Pre-order it HERE.
Correspondent Robert Cavuoto spoke with Snake Sabo about the band’s new release, re-capturing their signature sound with producer Nick Raskulinecz, the decision to record “The Gang’s All Here” with a new singer, reminiscing about the band’s flagship show in 1988 at the Cat Club in NYC, and the first time he realized his fame, and what he bought to celebrate it. Check out their conversation below, and remember that for more interviews and other daily content, make sure to follow Sonic Perspectives on Facebook, Flipboard and Twitter and subscribe to our YouTube channel to be notified about new content we publish on a daily basis.