INTERVIEW: Kosmos MODISAEMANG (SKINFLINT) - A vampire from Ghana and the bloody quill of porcupines...
'Skinflint are messengers of heavy metal from the black continent, even from its southernmost part, from Botswana. In the underground of the capital Gaborone, the band pays for one of the biggest stars who managed to release a record and has contacts on the American scene. We talked about how the African metal scene is developing, about the present and the future of Skinflint with drummer Kosmos Modisaemang, who is officially the youngest member of the band (since 2019), but otherwise an experienced musician who also has experience from other of the Amok association of Botswana. An interview with him can be taken as a probe into another, as yet unexplored world of metal music, from which unsuspected potential can grow.' Read the full interview with Kosmos here: https://metalforever.info/article.php?id=36503
Skinflint Hate Spell Review at Metal Forever
'What is so interesting about her can be seen on the new album "Hate Spell". Skinflint claims that they play pure heavy metal, but this is misleading in their case, especially when you think of Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Diamond Head or Saxon under this term. Skinflint are different, just like Sepultura once were, they are influenced by the culture of the country they come from.' Read the full review of our new album Hate Spell here: https://metalforever.info/article.php?id=36464
Concert Review on MetalKaos: Soulfly @ The Apollo Theatre AC, Belvidere (US) SOULFLY / BODYBOX / SKINFLINT / EMBRYONIC AUTOPSY / RECKLESS REDEMPTION
'SKINFLINT hit it hard and were visibly excited to have this opportunity and I was happy to see the audience reacting positively to Giuseppe's invitation for some singing-along action during “Flesh Potion”, which also gave a reason for the mosh-pit to return to action.' Read the rest of the review here: https://www.metalkaoz.com/live-reports/29040-soulfly-the-apollo-theatre-ac-belvidere-us
The Best Metal Around the World: February 2023
'Not only does Skinflint excellently replicate what was so golden about classic 70’s metal, they provide the occasional topping of punk, prog, and culture, allowing for Hate Spell to thrive.' Check out our album Hate Spell featuring as an Honourable Mention for album of the month at Metal Has No Borders here: https://metalhasnoborders.com/2023/03/05/the-best-metal-around-the-world-february-2023-greek-symphonic-armenian-experimental-saudi-prog-israeli-stoner/