Skinlab can be an option metal music group formed in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in Sept 1995 by bassist/vocalist Steev Esquivel and guitarist Mike Roberts; the group also contains guitarist Gary Wendt and drummer Paul Hopkins. The extreme, ultra-heavy riffing showcased on the demonstration tapes got them a agreement with Century Press, which released their debut recording, Bound, Gagged and Blindfolded, in 1997. Nevertheless, both guitarists remaining the group within the wake from the weighty touring that adopted; ex-Skrew guitarist Snake and ex-Killing Tradition and Laaz Rockit guitarist Scott Sargeant had been eventually earned as substitutes. This lineup documented the 1998 Eyesore EP to tide supporters over; the full-length Disembody: THE BRAND NEW Flesh made an appearance in 1999. Sergeant still left the group quickly before they made a decision to step back to the studio room, but Glen Telford was quickly connected to his place. Hooking as well as manufacturer Steve Evetts, the music group recorded Revolting Area and released it in the summertime of 2002.