SEVEN WITCHES Guitarist Issues End-Of-Year Update

SEVEN WITCHES guitarist Jack Frost has issued the following update:

"First off, the new SEVEN WITCHES album, will be out in the spring of 2007. So far the working title is 'Deadly Sins'. It will based on Gandhi's seven deadly sins. It's going to be very heavy and fast sounding. I'd also like to a minute to welcome Steve Delaney, who will be on drums for this our seventh album. Also, I just played on the LIBERTY N' JUSTICE upcoming acoustic CD, which will be out early next year.

"Although I can't release any specific details as of yet, we have a new record deal in the works for, not only the USA or Europe, but the world! Unfortunately, we won't be able to let the whole cat out of the bag until January 2007. This is a great way to start off the New Year. With the new deal, we will be recording a new live CD and a new DVD We also have an official Jack Frost / SEVEN WITCHES MySpace page. It's killer!

"For those of you following my solo stuff, my solo band FROST will have a new album out in the summer on the same above-mentioned label. The working title is 'One Step Closer to Heaven'. This album will take a trip back to the '80s with a country twang. And as always, there will be a lot of amazing guest appearances from the metal and rock world.

"On the 'live' front, WITCHES will do a few shows in January to coincide with my NAMM appearances for FUCHS Audio Technology,, Electro Voice and a few others in Anaheim, CA. This year will have a lot of cool things happening. We will be officially unveiling my first signature series amps, The Frost 100. Together with Fuchs Audio Technology, I have helped to design what I feel is the best amp on the market today. Check it out here. Also, in conjunction with, who not only make outstanding guitar cables, patch cords and many other great items, I have helped to design a killer set of roadworthy, high-end cabinets. These cabinets are loaded with 200-watt 4 X 12 EV Classics for that killer high-powered sound that any real metal player needs and are available with a choice of cabinet grill cloths to fit your look. Each cabinet comes in its own road case for the musician on the constant go who's tired of having his or her equipment banged up or damaged from the constant moving. We've got some pictures here, check 'em out. And although, once again, I can't release any specific details, I'll have a signature series guitar coming out early next year. We are going through contracts and will add the specifics as to the manufacturer and availability as soon as we can.

"Again on the live front, BRONX CASKET CO. may be hitting the road in March, but we will be making a new album in the summer. This will be the first with D.D. Verni [OVERKILL] singing the whole thing. With D.D.'s vocal abilities, I'm sure this will be another killer album."


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