SEVEN WITCHES Guitarist Completes Work On Solo Album; Audio Sample Available

Jack Frost, guitarist and founder of SEVEN WITCHES, has completed work on his sophomore solo CD, entitled "Out in The Cold", which is due to be released in September 2005. The album includes guest appearances by Ted Poley of DANGER DANGER, Jeff Martin of BADLANDS and RACER X, Alan Tecchio of HADES, NON-FICTION and WATCHTOWER, Kevin Bolembach of NON-FICTION, Neil Turbin Of ANTHRAX, Dale Toth of RATTLE BONE, Terry Ilous of XYZ, Eric Ragno of VOX TEMPUS, Dennis Hayes of WINTERS BANE and SEVEN WITCHES, Mike LePond Of SYMPHONY X, Patrick Johansson of YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, Rev Jones of MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP, Joey Vera of ANTHRAX, FATES WARNING and SEVEN WITCHES, Mike Duda of W.A.S.P., Jeff Curenton of SEVEN WITCHES and Chuck White of ION VEIN. The track listing is as follows:

01. Wasting Your Luv
02. Hell Or High Water
03. Crucifixation
04. Out In The Cold
05. Sign Of The Gypsy Queen
06. Peter and Me
07. Cold As Ice
08. Covered In Blood
09. Hold On Loosely
10. Passage To The Classical Side
11. Headfirst

Samples of this CD will be made available on SevenWitches.net in Windows streaming media. The first sample released is "Hell or High Water", featuring Alan Tecchio on vocals. Check it out at this location.

SEVEN WITCHES will be heading back into the studio in July to begin recording their sixth album, "Metal Nation". Also due to be released is SEVEN WITCHES' first official DVD, entitled "Years Of The Witch", featuring a recent live performance of the band shot with seven cameras as well as bonus features that will include never-before-seen video shot from all over the world including footage from the OVERKILL/SEVEN WITCHES tour, footage of every incarnation of the band and as a bonus to the bonus footage, pictures from all over the world and personal photos never before seen outside the SEVEN WITCHES circle.

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