WITCHERY To Record New Album In The Fall

Sweden's WITCHERY, the group featuring THE HAUNTED guitarist Patrik Jensen and ARCH ENEMY bassist Sharlee D'Angelo, have begun composing material for the follow-up to 2001's "Symphony For The Devil", tentatively due in early 2004.

The following is a recent online posting from Jensen outlining the group's current activities:

"New songs have been written. [Guitarist] Richard [Corpse] and I are trading CDR's with new stuff (since we live in different cities which makes it hard to jam together). I'd say we have around 4-5 new songs for the next [WITCHERY] album. We actually had talked to Berno at the Berno Studios about recording in late August, but I think it'll be a bit later than that, due to both [bassist] Sharlee [D'Angelo]'s and my busy schedule... however the recording will definitely happen during the next 4-5 months. We also have a record label, so [there are] no truth to [rumors that we are looking for a deal]."


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