SEVEN WITCHES Guitarist To Appear On WDHA's 'Metal Mania' Radio Show

SEVEN WITCHES guitarist Jack Frost will make an appearance on WDHA's "Metal Mania" show with host Matt Murray on September 9. Jack is expected to be joined in the studio by several "surprise" guests, most likely musicians who have worked with Frost on one of his upcoming releases. Jack will be debuting new tunes from his forthcoming solo CD, "Out in the Cold", the latest BRONX CASKET COMPANY album, and the upcoming SEVEN WITCHES CD, "Amped", as well as talk about the upcoming SEVEN WITCHES live shows with KAMELOT and BRONX CASKET COMPANY's yet-to-be-announced October dates.


Nov. 15 - Jaxx - West Springfield, VA
Nov. 21 - B.B. King's - New York, NY

SEVEN WITCHES will release their sixth album, "Amped", in the fall via Sweden's Regain Records. The follow-up to last year's "Year of the Witch" is the group's first album to feature new singer Alan Tecchio, formerly of HADES and WATCHTOWER. The band recently shot a video for the track "Sunnydale High". Check out audio samples from "Amped" at Also available at the same location is a video interview with Tecchio and SEVEN WITCHES mainman Jack Frost.


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