PowerSolo return with an album that cuts to the bone. 12 songs in 30 minutes just like the good old days. BLOODSKINBONES. Blood, skin and bones. Tendons, nerves, muscles and not so much as a gram of excess fat on a skeleton that can be seen and felt. Very much in tune with the Jeppesen brothers bodies, which grace the cover. The railthin brothers, Kim Kix and Atomic Child, are once again a duo after the groups drummer of five years, JC Benz, pulled the plug to focus on his sound studio and family. Benz has however still been on drum duty on BLOODSKINBONES, which was also recorded in his studio. Three men in one room. Drums and two guitars and then a dozen songs that want you no good and go straight for the throat. This is PowerSolo in their natural habitat - just like they are live, where they have earned an incomparable reputation for being a full- on, intense and always entertaining band.