SKEW SISKIN To Support HARDCORE SUPERSTAR In Sweden

German female-fronted rockers SKEW SISKIN will support HARDCORE SUPERSTAR on two shows in Sweden:

Feb. 27 - Tyrol - Stockholm, SWE
Mar. 01 - Lisberghallen - Gothenburg, SWE

SKEW SISKIN released its latest album, "Peace Breaker", in May via Monongo Records.

With regards to the new CD's title, SKEW SISKIN singer Nina C. Alice previously said, "The name 'Peace Breaker' fits just too well with what's going on our planet these days. Though it's not a pure political CD, of course, it boldly tells everyone who wants to know and those who don't wanna know (but still oughta know!), what's on my mind about the mistreatment of people and all those psychopaths shooting around in real life as if in a video game. Besides all those infuriating stories about the tough reality on earth, I have again written lyrics about bold rocker feelings, like always, in my very own Ninalicious style with the help of Lemmy [MOTÖRHEAD] as my wonderful work-checker + sentence-contributor + one of the best lyric writer of all times (in my eyes) and my personal lyrics co-writer + one of my rare friends! 'We're so bad baby, we don't care!'

"Of course, the title 'Peace Breaker' also depicts the vibes given off by SKEW SISKIN — uneasy for certain individuals because we're not those perfect, happy-smiling people serving the trendies with their visions, nor are we ass-kissers to people who think they're better. We're evil kids who'll keep making a lot of noise for other loud, mean kids (until we diiieeee!), and those who know us will always understand, we're having a lot of fun being the way we are. Keep it REAL and I am sorry to announce: reality bites and it's ugly...muhhaha, but rock 'n' roll is gonna save yer ass, baby."

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