WYKKED WYTCH: Florida Dates Announced

Florida's WYKKED WYTCH will be doing several South Florida shows in May before returning to Europe in the summer to support their new album, "Nefret". The group's third full-length album, "Nefret" was just released in Europe this month through Demolition/Dreamcatcher Records after much delay. "Nefret" was recorded at Studio 13 and was produced by Jeremy Staska (POISON THE WELL, MARILYN MANSON) and WYKKED WYTCH. 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".

Upcoming WYKKED WYTCH shows:

May 08 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ The Factory
May 21 - Lake Park, FL @ The Kelsey Club

Both dates will also feature RESPONSE NEGATIVE, the Florida-based death/thrash metal band featuring former OVERKILL/GRIP INC. guitarist Bobby Gustafson.

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