Status: Regional booking on east coast for spring 2012
Most recent release: Call upon the wicked (Eone Metal)
Style: American traditional Metal / Power metal
Seven Witches released a Demo-CD in 1998, which gave them a record deal with Massacre Records. The first two CDs Second War in Heaven and City of Lost Souls featured vocalist Bobby L. Bobby Lucas was the one who named the band and wrote the lyrics with Jack Frost. Bobby Lucas left the band in 2000 and was replaced with Wade Black who left Crimson Glory for Seven Witches.
With Wade Black on vocals, the band recorded their 3rd studio album Xiled to Infinity and One. Wade Black left the band in 2002 and was replaced with James Rivera (Helstar). Bass guitar player Billy Mez also left the band in 2002 and was replaced with the well known Joey Vera, who has played in Anthrax and Armored Saint.
James Rivera recorded two albums with the band, Passage to the Other Side and Year of the Witch. James left the band in 2005 to continue with his main project, Helstar.
In June, 2005, singer Alan Tecchio (best known for his work with the band Hades) joined Seven Witches and recorded their sixth studio album, Amped. Alan joined the band after singing on "Hell or High Water", a song for Jack Frost solo project. Frost, satisfied with Tecchio's vocals, asked him to join the band. Shortly after that, Kevin Bolembach also joined as Seven Witches' new bass player. Kevin and Alan had played together in Non-Fiction from 1991 to 1996.
Seven Witches released Deadly Sins in 2007. Former bass player Joey Vera mixed the album.
To celebrate the band's 10th anniversary, Seven Witches reunited with vocalist James Rivera for a new album (call upon the wicked) that was released in june of 2011. The record went on to recieve rave reviews and the band is out on the road of support of it now.
Note: All dates subject to change so call before you haul!
4/20/12 - Dingbatz, Clifton, NJ (with single bullet theory and sleepy hollow)
4/21/12 - Jimmys Place, Allentown, PA (with single bullet theory and faith or fear)
5/27/12 - The Bug Jar, Rochester, NY (with single bullet theory)