Skeletonwitch recently revealed a new song called "Well of Despair," their first piece of music with new vocalist Adam Clemans. Now they're ready to share a little bit more of what's to come.

As has been previously teased, the band is shooting for a summer release for a new EP and we can now reveal that the title of that disc will be The Apothic Gloom. The four-song set includes the aforementioned "Well Of Despair" alongside the EP opening title track, a song called "Black Waters" and the set closing "Red Death, White Light," a cut that clocks in at over seven minutes.

The band recorded the set earlier this year at Baltimore's Developing Nations with producer Kevin Bernsten. And while "Well of Despair" is now available via Bandcamp, iTunes and Amazon, there will actually be another new track -- "Black Waters" -- that the band will be playing live for the remaining dates on their current run on the Decibel Magazine tour. The trek also features Abbath, High on Fire and Tribulation.

For those heading out to shows, the quintet have announced that they'll be selling a limited amount of hand-screened, hand-numbered 7" vinyl versions of "Well of Despair" at all upcoming dates. To see where they're playing, click here. And stay tuned for an official release date on The Apothic Gloom EP.

Skeletonwitch, The Apothic Gloom EP Track Listing

1. "The Apothic Gloom"
2. "Well of Despair"
3. "Black Waters"
4. "Red Death, White Light"

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