Skid Row Releases Rousing New One ‘Tear It Down’

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Skid Row has launched a rousing new single titled “Tear It Down,” the 2nd off their approaching album The Gang’s All In this article. You can listen to the track and look at the video clip under.

The clip, filmed in the band’s indigenous New Jersey, appropriately finds the quintet doing in front of a dwelling that’s getting demolished. New lead singer Erik Gronwall mugs for the camera as he sings on the chorus, “No wall’s as well big for me / I want my mates to see / All my brothers just hear me now / No motherfucker’s gonna tell us how.”

“‘Tear It Down’ is about breaking down boundaries. Since coexisting isn’t about developing partitions it’s about getting rid of them,” bassist Rachel Bolan reported in a statement.

The new song comes four months right after “The Gang’s All Here,” the guide single and title monitor off Skid Row’s up coming album, thanks out on Oct. 14. It marks the band’s to start with assortment of new, authentic content considering the fact that 2014’s United Environment Rise up: Chapter Two, the second in a planned trilogy of EPs.

“The Gang’s All Here” also introduced listeners to Gronwall, the 34-calendar year-outdated Swedish singer who formerly fronted H.E.A.T. and won the Swedish Idol television competitiveness in 2009 right after auditioning with Skid Row’s “18 and Daily life.” Gronwall replaced former Dragonforce singer ZP Theart, who joined Skid Row in 2016 but failed to launch any audio with the band through his six-calendar year tenure.

Gronwall created his live debut with Skid Row in March when the band opened ScorpionsSin Town Evenings Las Vegas residency. The singer recorded the bulk of his vocals for The Gang’s All Here in his residence studio right before meeting his new bandmates in person and regardless of having “no plan what [he] was executing” — a actuality he made the decision not to disclose right until after joining the group in Vegas.

Bolan explained Skid Row had started off considering about Gronwall a number of a long time back when they toured with H.E.A.T. in Europe. “We might listen to him each and every night time from the dressing area, and a pair of times, I was, like, ‘Man, hear to this male sing. He is phenomenal,'” the bassist told Eddie Trunk.

“Then I went guiding the observe board a few of occasions, and in my head I’m like, ‘Wow, when Skid Row has some downtime, I’m gonna get in contact with this dude and start out a side challenge with him.’ … As time went on and we got to the place to where we were with ZP and things … I explained to [guitarist Dave ‘Snake’ Sabo], ‘We’ve gotta verify this man out.'”

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