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SKELETONWITCH Announce Third 7" Of Trilogy

Skeletonwitch (2009) American metal demons, SKELETONWITCH, have announced the details of the third, and final, installment of their 7" trilogy. Part III will be on gray vinyl and will feature a recently re-recorded version of "Onward To Battle," a track that originally appeared on the band's self-released debut album, "At One With The Shadows." The B-side, meanwhile, is a demo version of a new track, "The Infernal Resurrection," which the group recently debuted on their tour with 3 Inches of Blood. This is the first official taste of SKELETONWITCH's new album, which will be released this fall. As with Parts I and II, this 7" -- which again features artwork by the group's former drummer, Derrick "Mullet Chad" Nau -- is limited to 500 copies, and once they're gone, they're gone! Pre-order is available NOW and the wax will ship in June. Get your copy at the official Prosthetic Web Shop.

As previously mentioned, SKELETONWITCH recently completed a run with 3 Inches of Blood, which occurred during a break from writing their upcoming album, which they will start recording next month. The band spent the past year and a half supporting"Breathing the Fire," which was recorded in Seattle with legendary producer Jack Endino (Nirvana, High On Fire, Soundgarden) and debuted at #151 on the Billboard Top 200 Chart and #2 on the magazine's Heatseekers' Chart. The band spent time on the road with Cannibal Corpse, 1349, Children of Bodom, The Black Dahlia Murder, amongst others, and appeared on 2010's Ozzfest.

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    May 04, 2011

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