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.
All photos contributed by Joelle Kool. You can listen to Skillet's Victorious on Spotify and Apple Music, and visit skillet.com/tour for future tour dates.
Skillet premiered a music video for their song "Save Me" on YouTube this morning, celebrated with a Q&A session with fans.