Everything’s Fine 2017



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Everything is Fine serves as a brilliant homage and high testament to the now departed Skell drummer Keith Kweder. (RIP)

His exploration and mastery of rock drumming is proven time and again with the relentless percussion assault on this album.

Their influences of Sabbath, Slipknot, Slayer, and some added influence of Deep Purple can be found as trace elements in the songs but their own sound retains its identity. There is obviously a ton of talent in this band and the production quality brings it to you in a way that makes you feel like they are in front of you on stage.


skell hails from Pittsburgh, PA. where the Mike Palone first teamed up with bass player, Michael Ekis, to form a band that would play the kind of music that was rarely heard on the local music scene. With the additions of vocalist Wally Wright and drummer Keith Kweder, Skell, one of the Pittsburgh area’s biggest draws, just keeps on getting bigger, better, and louder. With the realese of there new album Shangrila 27 they have sold a staggering 30,000 copies, and the number continues to grow. So put on your helmets and get to a skell show you wont be disapointed.

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