It was recently announced that Skeletonwitch were planning to continue their career with Wolvhammer's Adam Clemans coming on board to replace Chance Garnette. Now you can get a listen to Clemans fronting Skeletonwitch as a video for "Well of Despair" has just been released.

The performance-based clip shows the band performing the song in the studio with the camera primarily focused on Clemans as he unleashes the power of his voice on the heavy track. Josh Sisk reportedly captured the footage of the band performing the song during their recent recording sessions at Baltimore's Developing Nations.

Guitarist Scott Hedrick says, "We are extremely excited to announce Adam as the new singer for Skeletonwitch. He’s a killer vocalist, lyricist, and all-around creative force. Please welcome him to the Skeletonwitch family as we begin this new chapter. As always, thanks to everyone who has, and continues to, support us."

Clemans recalls, "One morning I randomly woke up to an email from Dustin (Boltjes) asking me if I had any interest in doing Skeletonwitch. I’ve been a fan of Skeletonwitch for a long time and those guys are really cool, so it was kind of a no-brainer for me."

"Well of Despair" will be available via digital outlets on Friday (March 11), but the song is currently available for streaming and purchase at Bandcamp. It comes with an exclusive t-shirt offer featuring the single's artwork. For more info, click here. The song is also expected to be part of an upcoming EP that's expected this summer.

Skeletonwitch will be hitting the road on March 16 with dates booked through the end of April. They'll join Abbath, High on Fire and Tribulation on the annual Decibel Magazine tour. See the dates here.

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