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Skeleton Hands / Press

“Their hard, stoner rock sound was just that, no frills or crazy effects, it was straight ahead and they killed it! Blaring guitar solos, smashing drums, growling bass and vocals sang with sharp grittiness went well with their high energy on stage! My favorite moment of the night was when they played “Skeleton Hands” and everyone had their hands in the air in a claw like formation. It was fucking awesome!”

“Skeleton Hands take a nod from 70s legends Black Sabbath and offer an engaging and infectious live presence that always makes for great photos. This Philadelphia area band has begun work on a new LP slated for 2014 that we will be keeping an eye on.”

Blow The Scene

“Last seen with Truckfighters in their native Philadelphia, single-guitar foursome Skeleton Hands had the first standalone frontman of the night in Pete Hagen, who introduced the band with suitable burl in a rasp of “Skeleton Hands, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania!” before the testosterone-driven riffing began. Their set was tight, crisp and professional, heavy Southern metal guitar work with touches of Down or a much-less-Virginian Alabama Thunderpussy. — but Skeleton Hands were entertaining all the same and suited to the bigger stage at JB McGinnes.”

The Obelisk