Skillet performed on Billboard's Facebook on September 24, 2020 in Billboard's "Live at Home" performances. They joined Billboard to help raise money for the American Red Cross. In this live performance, they offered takes on "Feel Invincible," "Legendary," and "Monster."
The deluxe additions made a good album even better, filling out the themes of victory in struggle while expanding the musical palette. I have no doubt that Victorious: The Aftermath will be the definitive version of this album from here on out.
In the midst of a difficult and deeply challenging situation in Kenosha, Wisconsin that has been in the headlines nationally, Skillet drummer and vocalist Jen Ledger is doing her part to shine a light in an otherwise dark situation.
Skillet has announced that they will be playing back to back drive-in concerts in Cedar Park, TX, on October 9 and 10. Colton Dixon will also be performing.
Skillet has released several “reimagined” version of songs off of their album Victorious. Their most recent single is "Terrify the Dark: Reimagined."
If you are in the need for new music, Skillet gave fans a surprise by announcing they were releasing a "reimagined" version of their hard hitting track "Save Me" off the most recent release, Victorious.
Z2 Comics has announced that they will be publishing Eden II: The Aftermath, the sequel to Skillet's 2019 graphic novel Eden. Loudwire premiered the cover, and Hollywood Reporter shared a preview of the first few pages.
Friday, April 24, 2020 at 4 PM EST (3 PM CT/1 PM PT), Skillet will be hosting a live Q&A on their Twitter. The hashtag to use is #ASKSKILLET.
From music to graphic novels to beard products, the Skillet camp is always working on new creative outlets. The latest territory they've expanded into is video games, launching a game based on "Save Me" today via Loudwire.
Skillet premiered a music video for their song "Save Me" on YouTube this morning, celebrated with a Q&A session with fans.