Los Angeles-based traditional metallers WHITE WIZZARD have set "The Devil's Cut" as the title of their new album, tentatively due in the spring of 2013. The band says, "It [will contain] eight songs to tear your heads off. [Bassist, songwriter and founding member] Jon [Leon] is perfecting lyrics and vocal melodies now after having written the best WHITE WIZZARD yet and Jake [Dreyer] and Will [Wallner] are writing masterful leads that are gonna blow your heads off."
"Torpedo Of Truth", a brand new demo song from WHITE WIZZARD, can be seen streamed below. The track was recorded in early May and it features "beastly rhythm, thunderous melodic bass and some serious shred at a whole new level," said the band. "Anybody that was whining about the lack of more shreddy leads on the 'Flying Tigers' album better get ready to get an injection of some serious shit. A 'Torpedo Of Truth' right up your ass!" the group added.
WHITE WIZZARD's latest album, "Flying Tigers", was released in September 2011 via Earache Records.
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