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Primitive, Barbaric Black Metal Meets Avant-Garde Violin centered abstract concertos! The name Deathwytch is a character name from Orpheus' Saga, brought to life by Sartoraaus. Musically, Deathwytch made a cautious effort to create an unholy alliance between oddly coupled genres of beloved music: Black Metal-Lounge meets Halloween Jazz. Using traditional black metal instruments, but, replacing the lead guitarist with a violinist. A tasteful splash of traditional black metal blast beats were infused to interrupt groovy rhythms. The lyrical theme is a fantastical impression to the mundanes, while also being a memorialization of Dragana's Shamanka rituals; a deposition of the observer to her panic within the womb of this world as she reckons with the inevitable binding to death, whether it be eternal nightmare or blissful dream.Germanic incantations with ethereal violin over Halloween-Jazz & Black Metal-lounge. The Witch is Free!
Primitive, Barbaric Black Metal Meets Avant-Garde Violin centered abstract concertos! The name Deathwytch is a character name from Orpheus' Saga, brought to life by Sartoraaus. Musically, Deathwytch made a cautious effort to create an unholy alliance between oddly coupled genres of beloved music: Black Metal-Lounge meets Halloween Jazz. Using traditional black metal instruments, but, replacing the lead guitarist with a violinist. A tasteful splash of traditional black metal blast beats were infused to interrupt groovy rhythms. The lyrical theme is a fantastical impression to the mundanes, while also being a memorialization of Dragana's Shamanka rituals; a deposition of the observer to her panic within the womb of this world as she reckons with the inevitable binding to death, whether it be eternal nightmare or blissful dream.Germanic incantations with ethereal violin over Halloween-Jazz & Black Metal-lounge. The Witch is Free!
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Death Wytch
Artist: Deathwytch
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Plague of Hope (Plage Der Hoffnung) (8:48)
2. Das Erwachen (The Awakening) (7:10)
3. The Wytch Is Free (Die Hexe Ist Frei) (6:38)
4. Dein Opfer (Your Sacrifice) (5:24)
5. Der Zauber (The Allurement) (4:12)
6. Kalter Fluch (Cold Curse) (6:20)
7. Todeshexe (Deathwytch) (2:20)
8. Die Jagerib (The Huntress) (7:40)
9. Winds of Death (Winds Des Todes) (7:46)

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Primitive, Barbaric Black Metal Meets Avant-Garde Violin centered abstract concertos! The name Deathwytch is a character name from Orpheus' Saga, brought to life by Sartoraaus. Musically, Deathwytch made a cautious effort to create an unholy alliance between oddly coupled genres of beloved music: Black Metal-Lounge meets Halloween Jazz. Using traditional black metal instruments, but, replacing the lead guitarist with a violinist. A tasteful splash of traditional black metal blast beats were infused to interrupt groovy rhythms. The lyrical theme is a fantastical impression to the mundanes, while also being a memorialization of Dragana's Shamanka rituals; a deposition of the observer to her panic within the womb of this world as she reckons with the inevitable binding to death, whether it be eternal nightmare or blissful dream.Germanic incantations with ethereal violin over Halloween-Jazz & Black Metal-lounge. The Witch is Free!
        
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