WHITE WIZZARD Checks In From The Studio (Video)

Los Angeles metallers WHITE WIZZARD have posted a new video from the studio where they are recording their brand new album, titled "The Devil's Cut". The clip features footage of the band recording, as well as a track-by-track breakdown from bassist and main man Jon Leon. Check out the video below.

WHITE WIZZARD is once again working with producer Ralph Patlan (MEGADETH, UFO, MICHAEL SCHENKER) at Phase Four Studios in Tempe, Arizona.

"The Devil's Cut" is the band's third full-length album and their first to feature new vocalist Joseph Michael.

WHITE WIZZARD released a demo in 2012 of one of the new tracks, called "Torpedo of Truth", which was the band's first recording to feature Michael.

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"The Devil's Cut" will be released later this year on Earache Records in Europe and Century Media/Earache in the USA.

WHITE WIZZARD's latest album, 2011's "Flying Tigers", is available now on CD and colored vinyl.

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