Skin the Living

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Skin The Living
Studio album by
GenreDeath metal
LabelIndependent/Pure Death Records/Victory Records
ProducerJungle Rot, Chris 'Wisco' Djuricic
Jungle Rot chronology
Skin The Living
Slaughter the Weak

Skin the Living is the first demo/album by American death metal band Jungle Rot. It was originally self-released in 1995 as a demo. In 1996, Pure Death Records reissued the album as Jungle Rot's first full length. In 2013, Victory Records remastered and reissued the album again, this time also on vinyl.[1]

The song "Demon Souls" was re-recorded for the album Fueled By Hate as "More Demon Souls" in 2004. The songs "Killing Spree" and "Decapitated" were re-recorded for the Warzone album in 2006. The song "Black Candle Mass" was re-recorded for the What Horrors Await album in 2009.

Track listing[edit]

1."Demon Souls"3:05
2."Destruction and Misery"2:25
3."Eternal Agony"2:27
4."Killing Spree"4:05
5."Rotten Bodies"1:17
6."Black Candle Mass"2:28
7."Awaiting the End"1:49
8."Tomb of Armenus"2:43
10."Screaming for Life"2:51
Total length:24:54


  • Dave Matrise: Vocals/Guitar
  • Jim Bell: Guitar
  • Brian Kuhn: Bass Guitar
  • Jim Harte: Drums

  • Produced by Chris Djuricic, Kelly Cook, and Jungle Rot
  • Logo and cover art: Scott Jackson


  1. ^ "'Skin The Living" In Stores Now". Victory Records. Retrieved 2016-08-10.