HELLWITCH: Live Video Posted Online

A high-quality, three-camera video clip of legendary death/thrash metal band HELLWITCH performing a brand new song, tentatively titled "Mysteria", at the Hellfire Manifest 2 in Huntsville, Alabama on August 26, 2006 has been posted online at YouTube.com.

HELLWITCH is presently working on material for its new full-length album. The band last year completed work on a self-financed promotional demo/CD, containing new versions of the previously released tracks "Final Approach" and "Epitome of Disgrace" (both of which appeared on the "Final Approach" CD, featuring the group's first full-length album and follow-up EP in one package, along with early demo recordings), plus the new songs "Opiatic Luminance" and "Mythologicalies".

HELLWITCH's current lineup includes original member Pat Ranieri (guitar, vocals), longtime bassist Craig Shattuck, J.P. Brown on rhythm guitar and Joe Schnessel on drums (who started playing in the band in 1989 and recorded their "Syzgial Miscreancy" LP and "Terraasymmetry" EP).

(Thanks: Shuttertron)


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