SKELETONWITCH Releases 'Well Of Despair' Song Featuring New Singer ADAM CLEMANS

SKELETONWITCH Releases 'Well Of Despair' Song Featuring New Singer ADAM CLEMANS

"Well Of Despair", a new song from Ohio-based blackened metallers SKELETONWITCH, can be heard in the YouTube clip below. The track is taken from the band's recently completed new EP, which will be released this summer via Prosthetic Records. The effort, which marks the recording debut with SKELETONWITCH of the group's new singer, Adam Clemans (WOLVHAMMER), was completed at Baltimore's Developing Nations studio with producer Kevin Bernsten (MAGRUDERGRIND, NOISEM, MUTILATION RITES).

"I'm very proud to be a part of the SKELETONWITCH camp, and I'm very excited about how the new EP turned out," said Clemans. "Working with like-minded musicians is always a pleasure, and I'm confident that the new chapter of this band will carry the SKELETONWITCH banner properly and proudly."

Added guitarist Scott Hedrick: "We are extremely excited to announce Adam as the new singer for SKELETONWITCH. He's a killer vocalist, lyricist, and all-around creative force. Please welcome him to the SKELETONWITCH family as we begin this new chapter. As always, thanks to everyone who has, and continues to, support us."

SKELETONWITCH will join ABBATH, HIGH ON FIRE and TRIBULATION on this year's Decibel Magazine Tour, which kicks off March 17.

Clemans appears alongside Abbath, HIGH ON FIRE's Matt Pike and TRIBULATION's Johannes Andersson on the cover of the new issue of Decibel magazine, which hits newsstands on March 2.

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