Skindred “Big Tings”

The band’s approach at Rastafarian rock flails sparingly as Benji horses around in the studio as a reggae star, while a group of average rockers parade guitar center riffs over crystal clear production. It’s worth highlighting the band’s longevity, which in its own right deserves a write up and a nod in their direction. But the band’s sound has gotten boring, the rock is sort of uninspired, and the reggae isn’t captivating enough to make this brand stand out after seven records together. 

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