Posted October 18, 2011 by Megan Rondeau
On the heels of their 14th release, Skinny Puppy remain one of the most important and relevant acts in electronic/industrial music. Known as much for their genre-defining sound as for the conviction behind their album concepts, the group stays true to form with their upcoming release, revealing a brazen commentary on today’s political landscape. Always willing to speak up for the oppressed, Skinny Puppy are revered in the animal rights world for their 1988 album, VIVIsectVI, which brings to light the cruelty of animal testing.
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I'm 15 years old. I love to juggle, bowl, do stage crew, play the piano, and run. I also love to help people out, and give back to the community as much as I can. I am part of a juggling organization that teaches children with disabilities, cancers, and those who are blind how to juggle. I volunteer at an animal shelter in Princeton. I am currently a sophomore in high school right now. Extracurricular activities that I do are: Winter/Spring Track, Stage Crew, and Cross Country. I have a pet dog, his name is Dash, and he is a long-haired Dachshund.