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Their fourth LP as a split release on Beast Records and Juvenile Delinquent Records.
Though the first (solo) recordings were done in 2008, the Skeptics started playing live shows in June 2011. They are now celebrating their six years as a band with their new self-titled record, and fourth album, out on Beast and Juvenile Delinquent Records. The nine tracks filling the gap between ‘Fuzz Punk’ and ‘Heavy Garage’ have come a long way from the Revival kind of sound of their first efforts. The overall sound here is more contemporary, with the bass heavier and the fuzz thicker. This LP, recorded by none other than the master, Lo’Spider, and housed in a sleeve designed by Hélène Jeudy will please both the Spits’ fanatics and the early-Dead Meadow lovers.

A1 Mole People
A2 Cosmic Balance
A3 Spare no time
A4 Skin of green (eyes of red)
A5 Cloud Mountains
B1 Space Probe
B2 Walking walls of Rome
B3 Zeeland
B4 Go mental