HELLWITCH To Support THERION In Florida

Legendary death/thrash metal band HELLWITCH have been confirmed as the support act for THERION on Sunday, September 18 at the House of Blues in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.

As previously reported, HELLWITCH recently completed work on a self-financed promotional demo/CD, which they are currently using to procure a record deal. The CD contains new versions of the previously released tracks "Final Approach" and "Epitome of Disgrace" (both of which appeared on the "Final Approach" CD, featuring the band's first full-length album and follow-up EP in one package, plus early demo recordings), plus the new songs "Opiatic Luminance" and "Mythologicalies".

HELLWITCH's current lineup includes original member Pat Ranieri (guitar, vocals), longtime bassist Craig Shattuck, J.P. Brown on rhythm guitar and Joe Schnessel on drums (who started playing in the band in 1989 and recorded their "Syzgial Miscreancy" LP and "Terraasymmetry" EP).

HELLWITCH are confirmed to perform at the Orlando Metal Awards on Friday, September 23 at The Haven in Winter Park, Florida. Also appearing on the bill will be EQUINOX, SICKROOM and OUTERDARKNESS.

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