WYKKED WYTCH: New Demo Track Posted Online
Florida-based extreme metallers WYKKED WYTCH have completed recording three pre-production demo tracks which are set to appear on the band's fifth album, tentatively titled "Prayers Of The Decapitated". All drums and production duties were handled by Gus Rios (MALEVOLENT CREATION, RESURRECTION). The group says, "We will be shopping the new material to interested labels as we continue to finish the writing process with plans to release the album later in 2009."
The three songs that were recorded are as follows:
01. Serpents Among Us
02. In Dead Reflections
03. Prayer Of The Decapitated
Check out the track "Serpents Among Us" on the band's MySpace page.
WYKKED WYTCH's fourth album, "Memories of a Dying Whore", was released through the band's own label Perish Music. According to a press release, "Memories of a Dying Whore" was remixed by Eric Rachel (THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, ATREYU, GOD FORBID) at Trax East Studios and was mastered by Alan Douches (UNEARTH, MASTODON, SHADOWS FALL) at West West Side Music in New York.
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