Pittsburgh traditional metal upstarts ICARUS WITCH took a week off from recording their new album to take part in a meet-and-greet at the Dean Markley guitar strings booth at the NAMM show in late January. Pictures from the event can be seen at the band's MySpace page.ICARUS WITCH is back in the studio in Pittsburgh with producer Eric Klinger (PRO-PAIN, BUILT UPON FRUSTRATION) recording the follow-up to 2005's "Capture the Magic", entitled "Songs for the Lost". A summer release is expected. The band is also planning to hit the road once its current drummer auditions have been finalized.
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