WITCHKING: 'And The Bearer Goes' Video Released

"And The Bearer Goes", the new video from the Polish epic heavy metal band WITCHKING, can be viewed below. The song comes off the group's self-titled debut album, which came out in 2007 via the French label Aural Offerings.

WITCHKING recently announced the addition of singer Michal Zaczek (RELOAD) to the group's ranks.

Commented guitarist Tomek Pater: "We had a very good contact with Michal from the very first meeting. There's no doubt that he is the right person in the right place. He passes his enthusiasm on to us with his ideas for arranging new material. We definately needed this kind of fresh blood in our veins, and despite the fact that this is only the beginning, we are all very optimistic about the future."

WITCHKING's previous singer, Tomek "Storm" Twardowski played his final show with the band on April 21 in Kraków alongside TÝR, ALESTORM and HEIDEVOLK.

WITCHKING's sophomore album, "Hand of Justice", came out last September via Insanity Records.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/witchkingband.


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