SKELETONWITCH departs for tour with Job For A Cowboy, The Red Chord

SKELETONWITCH departs for tour with Job For A Cowboy, The Red Chord

Athens, OH’s SKELETONWITCH have just hit the road for a nearly-three week tour alongside Job For A Cowboy and The Red Chord. The band offers up a quick update via the band’s MySpace page: “Greetings you sick fucks!! We’re kicking off our tour with Job For a Cowboy and The Red Chord tomorrow!! Please come out and shred ’til you’re dead!! Be sure and get there early as we’re playing first! Also, there is new SKELETONWITCH merchandise available. On our MySpace page (, just click on any of the designs and you’ll be directed to the online store. Pretty simple, pretty self explanatory, pretty fucking rad. Hope to see everyone out on the road. As always, thanks for your support!”


SKELETONWITCH continues to support its Prosthetic Records debut, ‘Beyond The Permafrost,’ which saw an October 2007 release. Recorded with producer Corey Smoot (GWAR, Municipal Waste) and featuring art from John Baizley (Kylesa, Baroness, Darkest Hour), features a handful of brand new SKELETONWITCH songs alongside a few songs that previously appeared on the self-released SKELETONWITCH records ‘Worship the Witch’ and ‘At One With The Shadows’.



(with Job For A Cowboy, The Red Chord)

2/02 Omaha, NE – The Waiting Room

2/04 Grand Rapids, MI – Skelletones

2/06 Lemoyne, PA – Champion Ship

2/07 Dayton, OH – The Attic Club

2/08 Nashville, TN – Rockettown

2/09 Joplin, MO – The Foundry

2/10 Oklahoma City, OK – Bricktown Ballroom


2/11 Manhattan, KS – PJ’s Pub




“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

“Skeletonwitch is underground gold.” –

“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.” –

“I have to say the opening of the first track really surprised me, I was expecting some ultra heavy detuned extreme black metal. Instead I got this great 1986 feeling of hearing some great thrash metal along the lines of KREATOR, TESTAMENT and OVERKILL. The riffs are well-constructed and have a great melody to them. Then there are the vocals, which remind me of some bestial creature being suffocated by its own regurgitated bile.” –

“I guess you could call it blackened death thrash…. a force to be reckoned with.” –

“Birthed from the loins of Satanic frenzy; forged in Metal and spit out of Ohio like venom, Skeletonwitch puts a new twist on old school by combining traditional NWOBHM arrangements with modern Melodic Death Metal aesthetic. Top it off with throat-grinding vocals and you got the Metal juggernaut that is the ‘Witch.” –

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