SKID ROW To Issue New CD In November

The long-awaited new SKID ROW studio album, believed to be titled Thick Is The Skin, is complete and will be launched online within weeks, according to The CD will be available on the band's soon-to-be-launched official web site ( within weeks, possibly as early as the first week of November. For the time being, the album will only be available through the web site while the band continue to seek label deals for North America, Japan and Europe. An extensive tour is planned beginning in March.

Among the tracks tentatively set to appear on the CD are the following:

01. Thick Is The Skin
02. Ghost
03. Born A Beggar
04. Glam
05. Swallow Me
06. Mouth Of Voodoo
07. Down
08. New Generation
09. I Remember You 2002 ("punk" version)

In other SKID ROW-related news, the band have reportedly split with longtime manager Doc McGhee.


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