Florida extreme metallers WYKKED WYTCH are putting the finishing touches on their fifth album, "Serpents Among Us" (formerly "Prayers Of The Decapitated"), for an early summer release. According to a press release, "new guitarist and songwriter Nate Poulson has put together nine really killer bad-ass tunes which are heavy, technical and melodic. This, mixed with over-the-top vocal performance of frontwoman Ipek and drums performed by Kevin Talley (DAATH, SIX FEET UNDER, CHIMAIRA), promises to be an awesome release. Kevin was hired for the album and all the drums have been tracked and completed."
Later this month, WYKKED WYTCH will enter Lambesis Studios in San Diego, California with engineer Daniel Castleman (AS I LAY DYING, WINDS OF PLAGUE) at the helm.
WYKKED WYTCH last year welcomed back drummer Steve Brubaker. He previously toured with WYKKED WYTCH and performed on the 2004 album "Nefret".
WYKKED WYTCH frontwoman Ipek last May launched her weekly radio show. The program airs every Thursday from 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. EST at this location.
WYKKED WYTCH's fourth album, "Memories of a Dying Whore", was released through the band's own label Perish Music.
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