Skid Row Stream New EP 'United World Rebellion - Chapter One'

Hard rock veterans present us with a heavy new release, the first one in almost seven years.

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Hard rock veterans Skid Row have decided to make their fans happy with the full stream of their new EP "United World Rebellion - Chapter One." Featuring a total of five new rocking tracks, the record marks the group's first release since 2006's "Revolutions Per Minute."

The five-piece has returned in style, but this is only the beginning, as an entire set of RP releases is expected within the next 12 to 18 months.

"We seem to be at our best when we're faced with adversity," said guitarist Snake Sabo. "It's us against the world again - and by us I mean the band and the fans who stick with us and carry the Skid Row torch without fail. It's still about writing a great song with your friend, praying it connects with someone."

You can check out the album stream below or head over to Amazon and make your purchase online. The latest full-length Skid Row release, "Revolutions Per Minute," came out in October 2006, receiving mixed reviews and generally flopping on the charts.

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    Honestly, in recent years I haven't been big on Bach's voice, I feel like he's lost a bit of what he had in the 80's. I think the new singer is good, but he's clearly trying to be Bach. Overall it's pretty good music, all things considered, much better than I was expecting
    Kings of Demolition sounds like old school Skid Row (obviously, the lack of Bach aside). I like it.
    It's good, but it kinda sounds like "Livin' on a Chain Gang" with different lyrics.
    pretty good, i'm impressed, I miss Bach but it still sounds badass
    NO BACH NO SKID ROW! I kid, this is pretty decent actually, though the singer does sound like he's just trying to be Bach.
    Motley Crue is my favorite band! So glad to see they're still making stuff!
    There planning on a new album, a movie than a farewell tour. That's what motleys plans are from everything I've seen
    I saw them in Manchester last week and they were just as good with Johnny instead of Seb. Really didn't lack anything at all, new album's killer.
    A couple of these songs are killer! Could you imagine how much better they would be if Bach was singing them...?