After their spectacular shows in 2011 and 2014, Skindred will be again gigging on the Pol'and'Rock Festival Main Stage. The group will replace Limp Bizkit, who had to cancel their 2022 European Tour due to health issues.
The music world may be in a permanent state of panic and flux, but one basic principle of rock’n’roll remains true: the key to longevity is to always deliver the goods. And Skindred proved that right over the last decade.
Skindred’s reputation for producing the ultimate spark-spraying state-of-the-art soundclash, combining all manner of seemingly disparate musical elements into an irresistibly exhilarating explosion of energy and cross-pollinated cultural fervour has rightly earned them a reputation as a band capable of uniting people from all corners of the globe and making every last one of them tear up the dancefloor with a giant grin plastered across their faces.
The Welsh band mastered the compositions of metal riffs colliding with hip hop and reggae grooves, cutting-edge electronics, and a razor-sharp pop sensibility, which results in releasing true masterpieces garnering music fans of different music genres.
With the release of their fifth studio album Kill The Power, Benji Webbe, frontman, and his loyal henchmen – bassist Dan Pugsley, guitarist Mikey Demus, and drummer Arya Goggin – are poised to spread their gospel of good times and distinctive tunes to an even bigger global audience.
In keeping with their tradition of making people move while singing about universal issues and spreading a message of positive action and social unity, Kill The Power is an album bulging with fury at the state of the modern world. Never afraid to tackle important topics head-on, while never forgetting his band’s mission to entertain and leave the world in a sweaty, sated heap, Benji’s notoriously insane energy levels seem to be creeping up with every albumand Kill The Power showcases his most furious and impactful performances to date.