SKINLESS Stream New Song “Serpenticide”

Tuesday, 14th April 2015

Reunited New York death metallers SKINLESS are streaming “Serpenticide,” which comes from their new album, Only The Ruthless Remain”, which will be unleashed on CD, LP and digitally via Relapse on June 2 in North America.

Featuring the band’s classic late ’90s lineup, SKINLESS’s new CD is described in a press release as “a prime slab of truly brutal death metal.” Recorded by Tom Case at Edie Road Studio and Doomsday Bunker Studio, both in upstate New York, with vocals tracked by Dave Otero (CEPHALIC CARNAGE, PRIMITIVE MAN) at Flatline Audio in Denver, Colorado, and mastered by Brad Boatright (OBITUARY, NAILS, INTEGRITY) at Audiosiege in Portland, Oregon, the effort boasts seven tracks of SKINLESS’s signature fusion of punishing, concussively heavy grooves and surgically precise, blasting severity.

“Only The Ruthless Remain” includes artwork by Ken Sarafin.

Comments SKINLESS vocalist Sherwood Webber: “[Illustrator] Ken Sarafin summed it up best when he said that upon listening to the new SKINLESS, his balls exploded and bigger ones grew in their place. That’s how we felt when making it!

“‘Serpenticide’ was the song that got us into the flow of creating this album. This track has the grind, dirge, and vengeful bludgeoning that makes it a slicing cross cut of ‘Only The Ruthless Remain’. You’ve heard the live version; here is the final in all its ruthlessness.

“The countdown is on. Much more to come. As the old saying goes, it’s time to stop the teasin’ and start the pleasin’, ha!”

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