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Burning Witches - The Witch Of The North (2021) {Japanese Edition}

Posted By: popsakov
Burning Witches - The Witch Of The North (2021) {Japanese Edition}

Burning Witches - The Witch Of The North (2021) {Japanese Edition}
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 498 Mb | Full Scans | 01:01:09 | RAR 5% Recovery
Heavy Metal, Power Metal | Nuclear Blast / Chaos Reigns / Ward Records #GQCS-91036

Pure witchery: barely twelve full moons after the release of their third opus, Dance With The Devil, Burning Witches return steeled and superior with The Witch Of The North, their most fiery and thunderous work to date. An album equipped to become a modern metal classic, a work of reference for honest, true steel. It’s obvious: anyone who manages to deliver such a Witch Hammer after just one year has to have the magic touch. Black magic that is! But that’s exactly what this band have always possessed. For five years the Swiss witches have been putting their occult mark on the international metal world. Not only holding their ground in a male-dominated field, they are also initiating a desperately needed change of power. The triptych consisting of Burning Witches (2017), Hexenhammer (2018) and Dance With The Devil (2020) instantly brought them to festivals like Wacken Open Air, Summer Breeze and Rock Harz Open Air, and the battle cries of these three records are still ringing.

Burning Witches - The Witch of the North (2021)

Posted By: Fizzpop
Burning Witches - The Witch of the North (2021)

Burning Witches - The Witch of the North (2021)
WEB FLAC (Tracks) 444 MB | Cover | 01:01:09 | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 141 MB
Heavy Metal | Label: Nuclear Blast

One could view the past year as lost time, as a bleak era where live music was few and very far between. But the flipside of that perspective is a time of opportunity, specifically for a band to hone their craft in a songwriting and studio capacity, and that was precisely the road taken by one of Switzerland’s hottest new metal acts Burning Witches. Already three albums deep into a career that has only spanned about 6 years and riding high off the strong success of their 2020 LP “Dance With The Devil,” in spite of the pandemic curtailing the possibility of promotion via touring, this order of dark conjurers have taken the occasion to continuing channeling the spirit of heavy metal’s classic elite with their own unique twist. Thus the fourth chapter of this ongoing tale of black magic dubbed “The Witch Of The North” has come in just over a year, bringing some new twists to go with the familiar territory of crushing riffs and banshee wails.