The day has arrived and the new album “Big Tings” from Skindred is finally released today! The record can be purchased here.
Don’t forget to watch the banging new video for the song “That’s My Jam” below! “That’s My Jam” is an infectious metal pop beast of a track which still retains the Skindred ragga swagga metal trademark sound of the band.
The reception to “Bing Tings” has been nothing short of amazing, as the album has received critical acclaim worldwide:
“At a time when bands are making cookie-cutter song, Skindred’s style is unique and cuts through. Hands down the most entertaining live band in music.”
– Ross Mahoney KXTE Las Vegas
“Expect some big riffs and even bigger hooks”
– Metal Sucks
“Bing Tings is big: it is a massive sound, a bold statement from these seasoned musical veterans”
“(It) is impossible not to get stuck in your head”
– Metal Wani
“Each of these tracks are bangers, deserving of heavy airplay”
“Combined with some of the most energetic live shows this side of Airbourne, Skindred seem set to conquer the world”
“Big Tings’ songs are full of solid guitar and some big riffs from Mikey Deums, all complimented by Arya Goggins’ punchy drums and the almighty Benji Webbe’s extreme range of vocal styles”
– Pure Grain Audio
“Bing Tings…is straight up fiyah!”
– Skull n Bones
“They return with their seventh album and […] 10 superb tracks (4/5)“
– Buzz Magazine
“New album ‘Big Tings’ is probably the most accessible the band have created thus far. (9/10)“
“It’s A Corker! (4/5)“
– Weekend Sport
“Welsh Raggar Metallers return with searing seventh album (4/5)“
– Planet Rock
“We’re beyond excited to announce that our new record ‘Big Tings’ is finally here! It’s been a crazy few months writing and recording, we hope that you enjoy the biggest, baddest, most bombtastic tunes we’ve ever put to tape. We can’t wait to dropping these songs all around the world,” says Mikey Demus.
Roaring and pounding, the follow-up to 2015’s Volume is a magnificent beast churning out heavy, distortion-laden riff punches melting into vocalist Benji Webbe’s frenzied rapping. Explosive metal and punk material rubs shoulders with smooth melodies – and of course Skindred wouldn’t leave us on the dancefloor without a hefty helping of their Godzilla-esquely huge choruses. Big songs, big sound, big tings!