stablished by ex-Meat Loaf guitarist Bob Kulick who in turn recruited Dennis St. James (vocals), Kjell Benner (bass) and Bobby Rock (drums), Skull's intent was to create a style of hard rock not unlike that of Kiss and Styx. Singing to 'Music For Nations' they released their No Bones About It debut on the same year of their founding (1991). The album came across as strong and well performed but ended off being too restrictive in its approach and was not followed up.
Footnote: There are MANY bands named 'Skull' around the world and this is a sub-project at Diskery to archive them all. Future bands would be wise to note that, as fashionable as skulls are with heavy metal, the use of the name is well over used!
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