Skid Row’s date with Vault

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Metal legends Skid Row and Ugly Kid Joe are on their way to Rugby to play in possibly one of the smallest venues they’ll ever perform in.

They’ll be at Vault on Wednesday October 23 as part of a 12 country tour of Europe. With combined sales of millions of albums, each band will play a full set of the songs fans want to hear.

Led by founding members Rachel Bolan, Snake Sabo and Scotti Hill, along with powerhouse vocalist and 14 year veteran of the band Johnny Solinger and new drummer Rob Hammersmith , Skid Row will deliver the best from their catalogue of gold and platinum albums and anthemic singles like Youth Gone Wild, Monkey Business, I Remember You, 18 and Life and many more.

They will also showcase tracks from their new mini-album United World Rebellion Chapter 1 which features songs such as Kings Of Demolition and This Is Killing Me, tracks which easily stand up along with the band’s classics.

After a run of hugely successful festival dates in Summer 2012, Ugly Kif Joe’s Whit, Klaus and Cordell, along with Snot/Sevendust guitarist Sonny Mayo and Zac Morris are back for their first full European tour. In Summer 2013, they will release Stairway To Hell, their first new music since 1996.

The album features six new songs along with three acoustic versions of songs from their past. Tracks like Everything About You, Cats In The Cradle, Neighbour and Milkman’s Son continue to receive airplay around the world, while new singles Devil’s Paradise and I’m Alright show where the band are headed.

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