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23.10Witchery - Streaming New Song
25.09Witchery - Reveal New Album Cover, New Lineup
04.02Black Witchery - Guitarist Steve Childers Dies At 49
15.07Witchery - Ex-Dark Funeral Singer Joins The Band
01.09Witchery - New Video Online
16.07Witchery - Present New Video Clip Ft. Kerry King
12.06Witchery - Another New Song Online
17.04Witchery - New Album In July, New Song Online
01.01Witchery - New Album, New Label

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Witchery - Streaming New Song

After revealing their new album and line-up, Swedish thrashers Witchery have now shared the first song off In His Infernal Majesty's Service, their first new album in six years. The album's first new track, "Nosferatu", has been launched online via a lyric video as well as on all major digital outlets as online single. Angus Norder is now the vocalist of the band. Watch the clip produced by Cloud Music Typography below.


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Band profile: Witchery
Posted: 23.10.2016 by BloodTears | Comments (5)

Witchery - Reveal New Album Cover, New Lineup

Surprise, surprise! Witchery are releasing a new album. A full six years after their latest studio album release, the Linköping, Sweden based metallers finally return with their long-awaited 6th studio album, entitled In His Infernal Majesty's Service and announced for a worldwide release on November 25th, 2016 via Century Media Records. Celebrating the 20th year of the group's existence, the album showcases a revamped line-up consisting of original members Jensen (The Haunted), Rikard Rimfält (Seance) and Sharlee D'Angelo (Arch Enemy), alongside new additions Angus Norder (vocals, Nekrokraft) and Chris Barkensjö (drums, LIK).


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Posted: 25.09.2016 by BloodTears | Comments (1)

Black Witchery - Guitarist Steve Childers Dies At 49

Black/death metal blasphemers Black Witchery have lost one of their former guitarists, Tregenda, aka Steve Childers. According to reports, he died in a car accident. Childers performed with Black Witchery from 1997 to 2013. He also played in Public Assassin. He was 49. Our condolences.


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Posted: 04.02.2016 by Bad English | Comments (0)

Witchery - Ex-Dark Funeral Singer Joins The Band

Some of you might be surprised to see a new face at the Hultsfred Festival tonight when Witchery enter the stage to declare Witchkrieg over Sweden.

Explains guitarist Patrik Jensen (also in The Haunted): "We are saddened to announce the departure of Legion (ex-Marduk, ex-Devian), singer of last years Witchery ear crusher, Witchkrieg. Unfortunately, conflicting schedules made a continued collaboration impossible. We are very thankful for Legion's input and work on our latest album, and we wish him only the very best for the future. Witchery will however not remain without a leader to take them thru the netherworlds and beyond. None other than Emperor Magus Caligula (ex-Dark Funeral) has decided to once again adorn his armor, and go off to battle for the better of darkness and evil."


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Posted: 15.07.2011 by Thryce | Comments (8)

Witchery - New Video Online

"Conqueror's Return", the new video from Swedish metallers Witchery, can be viewed at this location.

"Conqueror's Return" comes off the band's latest album, Witchkrieg, which was released in Europe on June 21, 2010 via Century Media Records.


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Posted: 01.09.2010 by White Winter Sun | Comments (5)

Witchery - Present New Video Clip Ft. Kerry King

Swedish Thrash metallers Witchery proudly present their first-ever promo video for the title track of their just released 5th album, Witchkrieg.

The clip was shot in early May in Stockholm, Sweden and was filmed, directed and produced by Daniel Larrson and At The Gates/The Haunted guitarist Anders Björler (At The Gates Productions). Additional scenes featuring Kerry King of Slayer were filmed in early June in London, England. A making-of can be watched here.

Witchkrieg was released on June 21 in Europe and June 29 in North America via Century Media Records, and was mixed and mastered Antfarm studios by Tue Madsen (Dark Tranquillity, The Haunted, Heaven Shall Burn).



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Band profile: Witchery
Posted: 16.07.2010 by Scythe | Comments (3)

Witchery - Another New Song Online

Witchery are proud to present another new track of the upcoming album Witchkrieg that will be released by Century Media Records on June 21st in Europe and June 29th in North America. "From Dead To Worse" featuring a guest-solo from Andy LaRoque of King Diamond fame can be heard on the band's MySpace page.

Guitarist Jensen: "Andy was an old friend of the band since he recorded the Witchburner EP (back in 1999). I think all musicians would at some point like to play with other musicians that they respect. Like with jazz, the constellations of musicians are always changing, but with metal its a lot more rigid. Having people do guest-solos is the closest way of collaborating in metal."


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Band profile: Witchery
Posted: 12.06.2010 by BudDa | Comments (0)

Witchery - New Album In July, New Song Online

Official press release

In July 2010 Witchery will return with the new album Witchkrieg and new vocalist Legion (ex-Marduk, ex-Devian).

Jensen: "So it's finally for a new Witchery album! And not just any ol' new album, no sir. This is quite possibly the best Witchery album to date. Let me correct myself. This is the best Witchery album to date. I know a lot of bands claim their current releases to be 'their best work' and everyone knows that's a load of bullshit. However, in our case, I can say its 100% true. If you don't believe me, then check out the album. You will notice how your flapping jaws slowly close, how you crank the volume and how you forget about your miserable life for while! On a sadder note, due to conflicting schedules, we have had to part ways with founding member Toxine. We wish our brother in metal all the best in the future. Therefore, I would like to introduce to the world, a new unholy axis of musical terror. We wish to welcome a new fulltime member to the Witchery coven; none other than: Legion!"


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Posted: 17.04.2010 by White Winter Sun | Comments (6)

Witchery - New Album, New Label

WITCHERY Sign Worldwide Deal With Century Media Records; New Album Set For A Late March Release

Sweden's WITCHERY have returned from the dead after a two year hiatus to sign a worldwide deal with Century Media Records and deliver their highly-anticipated fourth full-length offering Don't Fear The Reaper, which is set for a late March release.

Led by Jensen (The Haunted), Richard Corpse, Toxine and Mique, WITCHERY's spell was cast upon our earthly existence back in 1997. Before recording their debut album, Restless And Dead, Jensen recruited Sharlee D'Angelo (Arch Enemy, ex-Mercyful Fate) and got him on board for the unholy alliance. Subsequently, the band released the Witchburner EP (feat. cover songs by Judas Priest, Black Sabbath, W.A.S.P. and Accept). Their second full-length album, Dead, Hot And Ready, stirred up a strong buzz in the underground metal scene, helping the band tour the U.S. and Europe.


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Posted: 01.01.2006 by eternalfear | Comments (0)