Skid Row Stream New Song “Time Bomb”

Skid Row are streaming a new song titled “Time Bomb.” This track is from the band’s new album “The Gang’s All Here,” which will be released on October 14. According to a press release, the song deals with “humanity’s continuing struggles with self-indulgence and monotony.” Bassist Rachel Bolan said the following about that:

“What would it be like to be in that position? Just be completely going about life, your normal everyday thing, but you’re thiiiiis close to just completely losing your shit?”

Skid Row Premiere “Tear It Down” Video

Skid Row have premiered a new video for their new song “Tear It Down.” This track is from the band’s new album “The Gang’s All Here,” which will be released on October 14. Bassist Rachel Bolan commented:

“‘Tear It Down’ is about breaking down barriers, because coexisting isn’t about building walls, it’s about getting rid of them.”

Skid Row Share Official Fan Video For “The Gang’s All Here”

Skid Row have shared an official fan video for the title track of their new album “The Gang’s All Here.” That effort will be released on October 14 and it will be the band’s first to feature new vocalist Erik Grönwall (ex-H.E.A.T.).

Guitarist Scotti Hill commented:

“‘The Gang’s All Here’, for me, represents the brotherhood of this band. And with the addition of Erik [Grönwall], our bond is more solid than ever. Our fans have always been part of the family, so when it was time to shoot a video, we handed the camera work over to them. After all, they have the best perspective to capture the excitement of a Skid Row show.”

Grönwall added:

“I’m so fucking psyched to finally release this video! This video is by the fans, for the fans. A big shout out to all the fans who made this video happen. Thank you!”

Skid Row’s Scotti Hill Misses Ashland, KY Show After Testing Positive For COVID-19

Skid Row’s Scotti Hill has tested positive for COVID-19. As a result, the guitarist was unable to make the band’s April 30 show in Ashland, KY. Singer Erik Grönwall told the audience the following:

“Unfortunately, Scotti got COVID and he’s home and resting. And luckily, we have the best and coolest fucking crew in the world. So this guy right here, that guy is usually a guitar tech but he’s an awesome fucking guitar player. And this guy learned all the songs in less than a day. Give it up for Casey, everybody, c’mon. What a fucking hero.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Skid Row Premiere New Song “The Gang’s All Here”

Skid Row have shared the title track of their new album “The Gang’s All Here.” That effort will be released on October 14 and it will be the band’s first record to feature new vocalist Erik Grönwall (ex-H.E.A.T.).

“The Gang’s All Here” Track Listing:

01. “Hell Or High Water”
02. “The Gang’s All Here”
03. “Not Dead Yet”
04. “Time Bomb”
05. “Resurrected”
06. “Nowhere Fast”
07. “When The Lights Come On”
08. “Tear It Down”
09. “October’s Song”
10. “World’s On Fire”

Bassist Rachel Bolan and guitarist Dave “Snake” Sabo said the following about the new album:

“We are beyond excited to release this record. It has been a long time in the making and a lot of hard work has been put into it by the band and our producer Nick Raskulinecz. The addition of Erik has lifted the songs to new heights. Add all this to the fact that we start our world tour in Las Vegas with the Scorpions residency this Saturday at Zappos Theater makes it easy to say that Skid Row is going to have a great year.”

Skid Row Part Ways With Vocalist ZP Theart, Recruit Ex-H.E.A.T. Singer Erik Grönwall

Skid Row have parted ways with vocalist ZP Theart (ex-DragonForce). Erik Grönwall (ex-H.E.A.T.) will now be taking his place. The group’s first album with Grönwall, “The Gang’s All Here,” will be released on October 14. The title track recently debuted on SiriusXM’s “Trunk Nation With Eddie Trunk” and it will receive an official release on March 25. The group issued the following statement:

“It’s a new era for Skid Row. With a new album, a new single and a world tour, we’ve added a new voice. Welcome powerhouse vocalist Erik Grönwall, formerly from the band H.E.A.T. from Sweden.”

Grönwall added:

“Ladies and gents. I hereby declare the circle of all fucking circles complete. You’re looking at the new singer of @officialskidrow #skidrow #erikgronwall”

[via Bravewords]

Skid Row & Warrant Announce “Live To Rock” Tour

Skid Row and Warrant will be hitting the road on the “Live To Rock” tour this year. Winger, Quiet Riot, and Lita Ford will open on select dates.

Tour Dates:

04/30 Ashland, KY – Paramount Arts Center (with Winger)
05/07 Dodge City, KS – United Wireless Arena (with Winger and Quiet Riot)
05/20 Pompano Beach, FL – Pompano Beach Amphitheater (with Quiet Riot)
05/26 Morton, MN – Jackpot Junction Casino (with Quiet Riot)
06/02 Huber Heights, OH – Rose Music Center (with Winger)
06/03 Cincinnati, OH – Hard Rock (with Winger)
06/04 Gary, IN – Hard Rock (with Lita Ford)
06/18 Lampe, MO – Black Oak Mountain Amphitheatre (with Quiet Riot)
06/25 Aurora, IL – RiverEdge Park (with Quiet Riot)
07/24 Temecula, CA – Pechanga Theater
07/25 Paso Robles, CA – California Mid-State Fair (with Quiet Riot and Kip Winger)
07/28 Windsor, ON – The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor (with Winger)
09/15 Lynn, MA – Lynn Auditorium (with Winger)

[via Blabbermouth]

Skid Row Planning To Release New Album In September

Skid Row are tentatively planning to release their new album on September 16. New music from the record is also expected to arrive next month.

Guitarist Dave “Snake” Sabo told The Music Universe the following:

“It looks like, as it stands now, September 16th. But we’ll be coming out with new music, it looks like, around the second [or] third week of March.”

He also added the following about the idea of releasing multiple singles over time:

“Well, I think that the way that we’re doing it now we haven’t done before. I think we’re at a stage in our careers and our lives where we’re just really open to other viewpoints. Okay, so we’re working with a new label. They obviously know what works for them better than we know what works for them. And we also know what works for us. And this whole process has been about kind of getting rid of old ways of thinking and doing things and being wide open to what exists in the current market and what exists in the current state of music. And so we wanna embrace those ideas. And not everything is gonna work for the way we work, but we’re definitely much more open [to it] in every facet — from the creation of music to the releasing of the music.

We love the ritual of the process of opening vinyl or the process of getting into a CD. Rachel [Bolan, SKID ROW bassist] and I were just talking about this last night. It’s still a big part of our love of music, that process of the ritual, like I said — of having that physical product in your hand and putting it on the turntable or the CD player. And I understand that 80 percent of music is streamed these days, and that makes sense, and I embrace that as well. I mean, that’s how I listen to a lot of music; that’s how I discover a lot of music, be it on Spotify or YouTube or Amazon. And it’s great. I’m not one of those guys that condemns those platforms at all. I think it’s overcrowded and it’s not as easy to discover music, maybe, as it used to be. I still harken back to the days of underground tape trading, which was great, and underground fanzines and things like that, and that was a great way to discover music. But it’s different now, and I welcome it. I don’t lament the past — I embrace the now — and I also still know what I love as a guy who just loves music. And they can all work — they’re not exclusive of one another; it can all work together.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Skid Row’s Rachel Bolan Undergoes Appendectomy

Skid Row’s Rachel Bolan has revealed that he recently underwent an appendectomy. As a result, the bassist was forced to miss the band’s January 29 show at the Showroom at Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale, AZ.

Bolan said the following:

“Hey everyone. I’ve been getting a lot of DMs asking why I wasn’t playing at our recent show of the Live To Rock Tour in Scottsdale, AZ. Welp… last Monday evening I was rushed to the ER with appendicitis and had an appendectomy the next afternoon. Long story short, the surgeon (and a couple other doctors) said that I could under no circumstances play the show or fly. They were concerned about the 3 incisions as well as the possibility of blood clots on an airplane.

Everyone at St. Thomas midtown were incredible. @ascensionsaintthomas is the goods. I was in good hands from start to finish. And thankfully @leila_1plus was with me the whole time.

I feel incredible and I’m ready to get back at it.

I honestly don’t know what hurt worse, the appendicitis or missing a show.

Thanks to Robbie Crane for holding down the bottom end in my absence.

As you can see Lovey hasn’t left my side since I’ve been home. #heal #heal #rockandroll”

Skid Row To Replace Queensrÿche As Supporting Act For Scorpions’ Las Vegas Residency

Queensrÿche will no longer be supporting Scorpions during their upcoming Las Vegas residency. Skid Row will now be taking their place. Here’s the dates:

03/26 Las Vegas, NV – Zappos Theater
03/30 Las Vegas, NV – Zappos Theater
04/01 Las Vegas, NV – Zappos Theater
04/03 Las Vegas, NV – Zappos Theater
04/07 Las Vegas, NV – Zappos Theater
04/09 Las Vegas, NV – Zappos Theater
04/12 Las Vegas, NV – Zappos Theater
04/14 Las Vegas, NV – Zappos Theater
04/16 Las Vegas, NV – Zappos Theater