Skillet Enter Cage Match Hall of Fame for Second Time
Congrats are in order for Skillet, as their song “Back From the Dead” has entered the Cage Match Hall of Fame after five straight victories. This marks the second Cage Match Hall of Fame entry for the band, as “Feel Invincible” also accomplished the feat last year.
The journey to the Hall of Fame started with a hard fought victory over four-time Cage Match champ “Oh My God” from the Pretty Reckless, with Skillet earning just barely over 50 percent of the tally. From there, they also fended off a tough challenge from Adelitas Way’s “Ready for War (Pray for Peace)” before they finally had some battles with more breathing room.
“Back From the Dead” bested Nickelback’s “Feed the Machine,” All That Remains’ “Madness” and Seether’s “Let You Down” with decisive victories, paving the path to the Cage Match Hall of Fame.
Once again, congrats to Skillet’s “Back From the Dead,” the latest entry into the Cage Match Hall of Fame. Take one more listen to the track below and check out other past Cage Match Hall of Fame entries by clicking the red button.
Skillet, “Back From the Dead”
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