Skid Row announces new album, releases first single with new singer Erik Grönwall 

Skid Row will release its new studio album, “The Gang’s All Here,” on Oct. 14, 2022, via earMUSIC. The band also has released the record’s first single, the title track, which is the first taste of Skid Row with new singer Erik Grönwall (formerly of H.E.A.T.).

Grönwall recently was announced as the replacement for ZP Theart (formerly of DragonForce), who had been with the band since 2016.

The album is available for pre-order now in multiple configurations, including CD Digipak/1LP Gatefold (black, 180g); Ltd Splattered 1LP Gatefold (splattered black/white/red, 180g); Ltd Colored 1LP Gatefold (red transparent, 180g); Ltd Colored 1LP Gatefold (white, 180g). Pre-order it here.

“The Gang’s All Here” was produced by Grammy-winner Nick Raskulinecz (Foo Fighters, Rush, Alice in Chains, Halestorm, Evanescence).

“We are beyond excited to release this record,” Skid Row’s Rachel Bolan and Snake Sabo said. “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 will announce its upcoming Europe and U.K. tour dates on Monday, March 28. For all information and tickets, go here.

“The Gang’s All Here” track listing:

“Hell or High Water”
“The Gang’s All Here”
“Not Dead Yet”
“Time Bomb”
“Nowhere Fast”
“When the Lights Come On”
“Tear It Down”
“October’s Song”
“World’s on Fire”

Skid Row tour dates:
3/26-4/16: appearing as Scorpions’ special guests

3/26 —Las Vegas, NV— Zappos Theater 
3/30 —Las Vegas, NV — Zappos Theater 
4/01 —Las Vegas, NV — Zappos Theater 
4/03 —Las Vegas, NV — Zappos Theater 
4/7/ —Las Vegas, NV — Zappos Theater 
4/09 —Las Vegas, NV — Zappos Theater 
4/12 —Las Vegas, NV — Zappos Theater 
4/14 —Las Vegas, NV — Zappos Theater 
4/16 —Las Vegas, NV — Zappos Theater 
4/30 —Ashland, KY — Paramount Arts Center 
5/6/ —Tulsa, OK — Osage Casino 
5/7/ —Dodge City, KS — United Wireless Arena 
5/08 —Columbia, MD — M3 Rock Festival 
5/20 —Pompano Beach, FL — Pompano Beach Amp 
5/21 —Albertville, AL — Sand Mountain Amp 
5/22 —Grantville, PA — Hollywood Casino 
5/26 —Morton , MN — Jackpot Junction 
5/28 —Decatur, IL — Devon Amo 
5/29 —Coleman, MO — Coleman Veterans Memorial Park 
6/2 —Huber Heights, OH — Rose Music Center 
6/3 —Cincinnati, OH — Hard Rock Casino 
6/4 —Gary, IN — Hard Rock Casino 
6/16 —Burlington, ON — Spencer Smith Park 
6/18 —Lampe, MO — Black Mountain Amp 
6/24 —Milwaukee, MO — Summerfest 
6/25 —Aurora, IL — RiverEdge Park 
7/20 —Orange County, CA — Pacific Amp 
7/22 —Tucson, AZ — Casino Del Sol 
7/23 —Las Vegas, NV — Sunset Station 
7/24 —Temecula, CA —  Pechanga 
7/25 —Paso Robles, CA — California Mid State Fair 
7/28 —Windsor, ON — Ceasars Casino 
7/29 —Tiffen, OH — Ritz Theatre 
7/30 —Terre Haute, IN — The Mill Amp 
9/9 —Robinsonville, MS — Horseshoe Casino 
9/15 —Lynn, MA — Lynn Auditorium 
9/17 —Salamaca, NY — Senica Casino 
9/23 —Reno, NV — Silver Legacy 
10/8 —Shelton , WA — Little Creed Casino 
10/11 —Perry, GA — Georgia National Fair 
10/13 —Kingston, NY — Ulster PAC
10/14 —Bethlehem, PA — Wild Creek Casino 
10/15 —Uncasville, CT — Mohegan Sun Casino

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