WYKKED WYTCH Confirmed For Miami's LOCALPALOOZA 2003 Festival

Florida-based WYKKED WYTCH will be performing at the Localpalooza 2003 festival show at Kaffe Krystal in Miami on Saturday, November 15. The show is being put on by Phantasyland Entertainment & Darkhak.com. The all-day event will showcase Miami's best metal acts and will feature two stages and 15 bands.

WYKKED WYTCH will release their third full-length album, "Nefret", in early 2004 through Demolition/Dreamcatcher Records. "Nefret" was recorded at Studio 13 and was produced by Jeremy Staska (POISON THE WELL, MARILYN MANSON) and WYKKED WYTCH. WYKKED WYTCH are still working on securing a North American licensing deal for the CD. Cover art for "Nefret" was handled once again by Chad Michael Ward (SOILWORK, DARKANE) who also designed the cover for WYKKED WYTCH's last album, "Angelic Vengeance".


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