WYKKED WYTCH: Cover Version Of 'Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)' Posted Online
Florida's WYKKED WYTCH has posted its cover version of THE EURYTHMICS' "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" on its MySpace page. The song comes off the group's upcoming fourth album, "Memories of a Dying Whore", tentatively due this spring. The CD was recorded at Redroom Recorders in Tampa with engineer Mark Prator and was mixed by Gus Rios (MALEVOLENT CREATION, KULT OV AZAZEL) at Mercury Studios Inc. in Pompano Beach, FL. Mastering duties were handled by Jim Morris (DEATH, CANNIBAL CORPSE) at Morrisound Studios in Tampa. A demo version of another new song, "The Awakening", is also available at the band's MySpace page.
As previously reported, WYKKED WYTCH will make its debut live appearance of 2007 at Churchill's Pub in Miami, FL on Saturday, January 13.
WYKKED WYTCH has dropped off the upcoming No Mercy Festivals 2007 tour, which is set to feature MOONSPELL, NAPALM DEATH, BEHEMOTH, DEW-SCENTED and ROOT.
WYKKED WYTCH recently posted the uncensored video for the track "Awakened" at YouTube.com. The audio in the track is from a pre-production demo. A new edit of the video, including fresh audio, will be able as a multimedia file on the completed album.
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