Former MANOWAR, VIRGIN STEELE Members To Guest On New WITCHES MARK Album
Ross "The Boss" Friedman (MANOWAR, THE DICTATORS), Jack Starr (VIRGIN STEELE, BURNING STARR, GUARDIANS OF THE FLAME), Jason McMaster (DANGEROUS TOYS, WATCHTOWER, IGNITOR, BROKEN TEETH) and Martin DeBourge (DAMIEN THORNE) will make guest appearances on "Witching Metal Ritual", the new album from Austin, Texas-based traditional metallers WITCHES MARK. The follow up to the band's 2009 debut EP, "A Grim Apparition", is tentatively late summer/early fall via Heaven And Hell Records.
Recorded and engineered by Stuart Laurence (AGONY COLUMN, IGNITOR) at Isotope Studios and featuring the stunning artwork of Canadian artist Yannick Bouchard of Illusory Dreams, "Witching Metal Ritual" features guitarist Robb Bockman on lead vocals for the first time as well as new drummer Scott Palmer (OF THE FALLEN, DEMONTUARY).
WITCHES MARK is:
Robb Bockman - Guitar, Vocals
Robert Williams - Guitar
Andy Gonzalez - Bass
Scott Palmer - Drums
For more information, visit www.facebook.com/witchesmarkband.
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