SKELETONWITCH confirms more tour dates, featured at MetalKult

Athens, Ohio’s SKELETONWITCH have confirmed a new batch of updated tour dates, both Stateside alongside the likes of A Life Once Lost, Arsis and Veil of Maya as well as dates with Hate Eternal, Soilent Green, and Braindrill, which also features an appearance on the 10th annual New England Metal and Hardcore Festival. In addition, SKELETONWITCH will head across the pond to Europe for the first time later this year in May alongside Hate Eternal, Cephalic Carnage, and Deadborn.


The band continues to support its Prosthetic debut, ‘Beyond The Permafrost,’ which saw an October 2007 and recently brought the band into the MetalKult studios for an interview revolving around the band’s musical upbringing and background. The clip is available here (, while the second part of an ongoing, exclusive tour blog with Revolver has been posted as well ( Look for more updates shortly.



(with A Life Once Lost, Arsis, Veil of Maya)

2/24 West Hollywood, CA – The Whisky (no Arsis)

2/25 Victorville, CA – KARMA

2/26 Bakersfield, CA – Jerry’s

2/27 Anaheim, CA – Chain Reaction


(with Arsis, Veil of Maya)

2/28 San Marcos, CA – Jumping Turtle

2/29 Tucson, AZ – The Rock

3/01 El Paso, TX – Chic’s Bar & Billiards

3/02 Lewisville, TX – Fat Daddy’s Sound Shack

3/03 Tulsa, OK – Crush Lounge

3/04 Salina, KS – The Blue Goat (with Suicide Silence, The Faceless, Warbringer)

3/05 Cedar Falls, IA – The Reverb

3/06 Rogers, MN – Showcase Skatepark

3/07 La Crosse, WI – Warehouse Nightclub

3/08 Milwaukee, WI – Shorewood Legion Hall

3/09 Tinley Park, IL – Mojoe’s

3/10 Covington, KY – The Madhatter

3/11 Huntington, WV – Paradox

3/12 Johnson City, TN – The Hideaway

3/13 Virginia Beach, VA – Steppin’ out

3/15 West Springfield, VA – Jaxx


(with Hate Eternal, Soilent Green, Braindrill)

4/10 San Antonio, TX – White Rabbit

4/11 Dallas, TX – The Door

4/13 New Orleans, LA – One Eyed Jack

4/16 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade

4/26 Worcester, MA – The Palladium

4/28 New York, NY – B.B. Kings

4/29 West Springfield, VA – Jaxx

4/30 Charlotte, NC – Tremont Music Hall

*more dates TBA*


(Fury and Flames Tour with Hate Eternal, Cephalic Carnage, Deadborn)

09/05 Würzburg, Germany – AKW

10/05 Leipzig, Germany – Conne Island

11/05 Hamburg, Germany – Markthalle, MarX

13/05 Prague, Czech Republic – Exit Chmelnice

14/05 Wien, Austria – Arena

15/05 Ljubljana, Slovenia – Gala Hala

16/05 München, Germany – Feierwerk

17/05 Verona, Italy – Lucille Club

18/05 Rome, Italy – Alpheus Club

20/05 Martigny, Switzerland – Les Caves du Manoir


(Fury and Flames Tour with Hate Eternal, Cephalic Carnage)

21/05 Nantes, France – Le Ferrailleur 

22/05 Irun, Spain – Tunk 

23/05 Braga Junta, Portugal – Freguesia de Panoias 

24/05 Madrid, Spain – Ritmo & Compas 

25/05 Barcelona, Spain – Apolo 2 

26/05 Luynes/Marseille, France – Le Korigan 

28/05 Karlsruhe, Germany – Substage (with Deadborn)

29/05 Bochum, Germany – Matrix (with Deadborn)

30/05 Trier, Germany – Exhaus (with Deadborn)

31/05 Tilburg, Holland 013 (Neurotic Death Fest)

01/06 Cardiff, UK – Barfly (with Man Must Die)

02/06 Glasgow, UK – Barfly (with Man Must Die)

04/06 Dublin, Ireland – Whelans

05/06 Sheffield, UK – Corporation (with Man Must Die)

06/06 London, UK – Underworld (with Man Must Die)

07/06 Aarschot, Belgium – JC de Klinker




“It’s the sound of modern metal reclaiming its mean-spirited and malevolent heritage.”  –  Metal Hammer

“If your inner-ear is hearing Exodus and Kill ‘Em All riffs getting a cloven-hoof kick in the nuts by Bathory (old) and Immortal (later period), then you’re right on target.”  – Decibel

“…a record that merges the tenets of NWOBHM, early thrash, melodic death metal and an instinctual need to throw shapes, bang heads and worship at the altar of all that is unholy.” – Metal Manics

“A furiously bloody onslaught of romping high-fret melodies, blast and orcish screams; A thematic dictation of brutal slaughter, vanqueished demons and severed heads.”  -  Terrorizer

“With his impeccable tone and precise delivery Chance Garnett may be the best black metal vocalist of the past ten years! … Along with The Absence, this may be the most dynamic young band in today’s metal scene. Pick up the album immediately.”  -  Hard Rock Haven

“It just has the feel of an 80’s thrash record in every department…..If you’re a fan of the era than you want this.” –

“Worship the Witch should be quite appealing to fans of 80’s thrash metal as well as those just looking for something new to throw some horns up to.” –

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