Seven Witches New Album!!!

New Jersey metallists Seven Witches are ready to assault your senses once again, with a fierce new album, 'The Way of the Wicked.' Comprised of singer Anthony Cross, guitarist Jack Frost, bassist Ronnie Parkes, and drummer Johnny Kelly, Seven Witches picks up exactly where their hard-hitting last album left off, 2013's 'Rebirth.' And this is especially apparent in the album's second video, "World Without Man."
                        
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SEVEN WITCHES UNLEASH NEW ALBUM, 'THE WAY OF THE WICKED,' AND VIDEO, "WORLD WITHOUT MAN"



New Jersey metallists Seven Witches are ready to assault your senses once again, with a fierce new album, 'The Way of the Wicked.' Comprised of singer Anthony Cross, guitarist Jack Frost, bassist Ronnie Parkes, and drummer Johnny Kelly, Seven Witches picks up exactly where their hard-hitting last album left off, 2013's 'Rebirth.' And this is especially apparent in the album's second video, "World Without Man."

"When I got the demo version of the music, I knew these were the lyrics I wanted to use for it," recalls Cross. "The opening line was something that I had jotted down some time ago. 'How would it be, if one day, man no longer was?'"

"Think about it….you’ve seen documentaries that show you that if human life ceased to exist, the planet would start to heal. Lyrically, this is where this came from. I’m also a big fan of the Richard Matheson story, 'I Am Legend,' so that fed into it as well. So really, if everyone and everything was gone, how would you go on with your life?"


 
And according to Cross, his songwriting union with Frost is already a career highlight. "Writing with Jack Frost is a treat! He will usually come up with suggestions and ideas that I would never think of. And in the end we are both happy with the result." And the union is already paying off, as evidenced by the song "World Without Man," and the full-length 'The Way of the Wicked.'

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