SKEW SISKIN To Embark On European Tour In February

Germany's SKEW SISKIN, the high-octane rock 'n' roll band fronted by Nina C. Alice, will be back on the road late February/March 2004 for approximately 14 shows, starting in Germany and heading into France. Confirmed cities and dates will be announced soon.

SKEW SISKIN's new single, "The Goddess", is scheduled for release in January in a special package which will include a mini-DVD containing the group's video for the title cut. The clip, which was shot on November 20 and 25 the Columbia Halle in Berlin, has reportedly captured "the band's relentless energy on stage" and contains "some backstage scenes," according to a post on the group's web site.

"The Goddess" comes off SKEW SISKIN's latest studio CD, "Album Of The Year", which was released last month through ulfTone Music.

In other news, it is rumored that SKEW SISKIN have been added to the bill of the 2004 edition of Bang Your Head Festival, set to take place June 25-26 in Balingen, Germany. An official confirmation is expected soon.


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