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WYKKED WYTCH earlier in the year announced the addition of Illinois-based guitar player Nate Poulson to the group's ranks. The band also welcomed back drummer Steve Brubaker. He previously toured with WYKKED WYTCH and performed on the 2004 album "Nefret".
WYKKED WYTCH is putting the finishing touches on the songwriting process for the band's fifth album, tentatively titled "Prayers Of The Decapitated", for a late 2010/early 2011 release.
WYKKED WYTCH's fourth album, "Memories of a Dying Whore", was released through the band's own label Perish Music.
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