SEVEN WITCHES Guitarist Inks Endorsement Deal With BC RICH

New York metal guitar workhorse Jack Frost (SEVEN WITCHES, ex-SAVATAGE), who has appeared on more than twenty albums since he burst on to the metal scene in 1994 with his band FROSTBITE, has inked an endorsement deal with BC Rich.

The list of musicians that Jack has had the pleasure to call fellow band members over the years reads like a who’s who of the successful yet underexposed metal scene that thrives throughout Europe and Asia and maintains a solid fan base here in the U.S. He has recorded and/or toured with members of OVERKILL, W.A.S.P., THE MISFITS, ANNIHILATOR and RAINBOW and has also been a member of metal favorites SAVATAGE and METALIUM. Most recently he has achieved success as the guitar player for the bands SEVEN WITCHES and THE BRONX CASKET COMPANY, both of which did well enough in the metal havens of Europe and Asia to enable the bands to secure worldwide record deals.

Jack's guitar of choice is the BC Rich Handcrafted Neck-Thru Bich Supreme in Trans Purple with a single EMG 81 pickup, gold hardware and an ebony fretboard with abalone cross inlays. His newest acquisition is the BC Rich Handcrafted Neck-Thru Archtop Bich Supreme in Trans Blue with a single EMG 81 pickup, black hardware and an ebony fretboard with abalone cloud inlays.

"I've always wanted to play BC Rich because to me they are everything that metal is — loud, original and screaming," said Jack. "I could've played other guitars but I wanted a BC Rich because I wanted the best!"

2005 promises to be another sleepless year for Jack. May will see the release of his sophomore solo CD as well as the new BRONX CASKET COMPANY CD. Also a new SEVEN WITCHES DVD, entitled "Years Of The Witch", is scheduled for release in June.

"We are pleased that Jack has picked BC Rich guitars as his weapon of choice," said Rock Clouser, Product Manager for BC Rich. "He needs a guitar that will deliver and BC Rich will do just that."


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