This is kind of rad, and something you should look into maybe budgeting for, since you’re not a millionaire, and if you are, why are you reading this blog and not sending me money so I can fix my car, you selfish fuck!
Sorry. So, yeah, Wisconsin’s own Jungle Rot will be re-issuing their newly re-mastered 1996 classic, Skin The Living.
It will be in stores February 19, so, that doesn’t give you much time to budget.
“We’ve wanted to re-issue Skin The Living for some time now and are happy that we have that opportunity,” says frontman Dave Matrise.
“I still feel this album stands up to the test of times. Night after night on the road we hear fans screaming out the songs from the release, asking us to play and constantly asking us where they can pick up Skin The Living. This will give everyone a chance to see where it all started for J-Rot and they will have a chance to own a rare piece.”
The band’s last album, Kill on Command, came out in 2011 (if memory serves) through Victory Records.
I am not 100-percent sure if Victory is the label behind the reissue.
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