SKELETONWITCH Interviewed In Montreal; Video Available

September 29, 2009 conducted an interview with Athens, Ohio extreme metallers SKELETONWITCH on September 23, 2009 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Watch the 16-minute chat below.

SKELETONWITCH's new album, "Breathing the Fire", is due on October 13 via Prosthetic Records. The CD's cover artwork can be viewed below. It was designed by Andrei Bouzikov, who has previously worked with MUNICIPAL WASTE and many others.

SKELETONWITCH began recording "Breathing The Fire" on June 14 in Seattle at both Studio Litho (owned by PEARL JAM guitarist Stone Gossard) and producer Jack Endino's own Soundhouse Recording.

Pre-order packages for "Breathing The Fire" are now available on Prosthetic Records' webstore. The iTunes version of the album includes an exclusive bonus track called "Only No Rest for the Dead".

Audio samples of all tracks that are set to appear on "Breathing The Fire" are available for streaming on

SKELETONWITCH is currently on tour with CHILDREN OF BODOM and THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER through October 12 and then will provide support to THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER along with TOXIC HOLOCAUST and TRAP THEM. The band will then head to Europe for a rotating co-headline run with TOXIC HOLOCAUST and GOATWHORE.

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