On July 29, Aniruddh "Andrew" Bansal of Metal Assault conducted an interview with guitarist Scott Hedrick of Athens, Ohio extreme metallers SKELETONWITCH. You can now listen to the chat in two parts below.

SKELETONWITCH will take part in this year's edition of Ozzy's Osbourne's travelling festival, Ozzfest.

The band will appear on the second stage at Ozzfest along with former tour partners GOATWHORE and SAVIOURS and other acts, including DEVILDRIVER, BLACK LABEL SOCIETY and KINGDOM OF SORROW.

"Crushed Beyond Dust", a track from SKELETONWTICH's critically acclaimed 2009 album "Breathing the Fire", is now available for download via the newly launched Rock Band Network.

Rock Band Network, announced in July 2009, is a ground-breaking initiative that gives musicians, publishers and record labels the ability to author their original recordings into gameplay files to promote and sell their music as playable Rock Band tracks through the Rock Band Network Music Store (RBN Store).

"Crushed Beyond Dust" can be purchased for play here. A free demo version can be downloaded at this location.

SKELETONWITCH's "Worship the Witch" 10-inch EP was recently released through Prosthetic Records.

Originally self-released released by the band as a follow-up to its first full-length, "At One With The Shadows", the four-song "Worship the Witch" EP has never been made available on vinyl — until now.

The artwork for "Worship the Witch" was reconfigured by John Baizley (KYLESA, BARONESS).

Here is the breakdown of the color ways and limitations on each:

* Black Wax - 400 Copies
* Yellow Wax - 200 Copies
* Blue Wax - 200 Copies
* Green Wax - 100 Copies (sold out through pre-order)
* Clear Wax- 100 Copies (available exclusively through the band)

Order this item now at this location.

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