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Karyn Crisis Reveals Details On New Project Gospel Of The Witches

Vocalist and visual artist Karyn Crisis today reveals further details of her newest musical project, Gospel of the Witches.

Gospel of the Witches features Karyn Crisis' vocals and mystical lyrics, over music composed by Ephel Duath mastermind Davide Tiso. With Tiso playing all guitars and bass, the lineup is completed by Danny Walker of Intronaut on drums, and Ross Dolan of Immolation on vocals. In addition to the core lineup, the album will contain a guest appearance by Mike Hill, frontman of Tombs.

A 13-song album is currently in the pre-production stages. Tracking begins in June with producer Jamie King (Between the Buried and Me) at The Basement Recording NC.

Karyn Crisis speaks about Gospel of the Witches: "The album is a bold statement and an epic, unabashedly emotional work of devotion to the ultimate expression of the power of the fires of transformation: The Witch. Davide has a haunting ability to generate undeniably emotional landscapes with his guitar, and these songs twist and turn into darkness and then transmute into heartbreaking beauty and light. As a testament to Ancient Ways and the union of opposites, I explore the feminine power in my voice on this album and couple it with Ross' intensely masculine vocal power to create a consistent theme of thickly layered vocal choruses. Danny will round out these 13 dark mantras with thunderous drums. Take the tendrils of my unstoppable voice into the Great Mysteries... or run for the hills."

A Kickstarter page has been set up to raise money for the recording, mixing, mastering, and manufacturing costs. Check it out and see all the available rewards for contributing at this location.

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