Psychedelic Witchcraft Sign to Soulseller Records; The Vision Due in Spring

Italian cult rocking four-piece Psychedelic Witchcraft have signed a deal to release their debut album, The Vision, this Spring on Soulseller Records. This news follows quickly on the heels of a Taxi Driver Records reissue of their debut EP, Black Magic Man (review here) — also released in the US via Twin Earth Records — that will include a Lemmy tribute cover of “The Dark Lord,” taken from 1969’s Escalator (discussed here) by Sam Gopal, and it also reaffirms the intense backing this still relatively new act has received, which the level of songwriting and cohesiveness of aesthetic would seem to justify for those who take the time to listen.

The upshot? Expect to hear more from and about Psychedelic Witchcraft throughout 2016. They have a new lyric video for “Magic Hour Blues” out now, and you can find it under the PR wire info below.

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PSYCHEDELIC WITCHCRAFT is a project fronted by an Italian doomstress named Virginia Monti. The band was formed in March 2015, living through the imaginary of occult and witchcraft with psychedelic colors and emotions, inspired by the sounds and the pictures of an almost lost era. The EP “Black Magic Man” was released on vinyl in July and sold out in less than 10 days.

The band’s full-length debut “The Vision” will be released via Soulseller Records in spring 2016. Details will be revealed soon. A first song is already available – check out the “Magic Hour Blues“ official lyric video at this location:

The band comments: “We are very happy for the signing with Soulseller Records, We really feel it was the right place for us and they were the ones that shared the most the vision of the band! We can’t wait for the release of the new album!”

Psychedelic Witchcraft, “Magic Hour Blues” lyric video

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