Burning Witches To Release New Album 'The Witch Of The North' On May 28th

Burning Witches To Release New Album ‘The Witch Of The North’ On May 28th

Swiss Heavy Metal coven BURNING WITCHES and Nuclear Blast Records are delighted to reveal the magnificent cover artwork and the tracklist for the band’s fourth full-length, The Witch Of The North, which will be released on May 28th, 2021.

Here’s the album’s tracklist:

01. Winter’s Wrath
02. The Witch Of the North
03. Tainted Ritual
04. We Stand As One
05. Flight Of The Valkyries
06. The Circle Of Five
07. Lady Of The Woods
08. Thrall
09. Omen
10. Nine Worlds
11. For Eternity
12. Dragon’s Dream
13. Eternal Frost

The pre-order for The Witch Of The North will start on March 19th, 2021.

Burning Witches To Release New Album 'The Witch Of The North' On May 28thBURNING WITCHES comment:

“We are happy and proud to announce the new album already and show you the terrific cover art! We have grown together as a team and have evolved our sound to the next level, the WITCHES 2021 are heavier and more epic than ever! So is the cover: Claudio Bergamín’s amazing art is the perfect reflection of the record: icy, mystical, timeless, and powerful! Please meet THE WITCH OF THE NORTH and fall in love with our evolution!“

The cover was created by Chilean artist Claudio Bergamín (i.a. Judas Priest’s Firepower and Battle Beast) and it sets the mood for the enthralling journey through enchanted forests and across snow-capped mountain tops that is: The Witch Of The North.

Says cover artist Claudio Bergamín:
The one and only Schmier, from Destruction, reached out to me to ask if I’d be interested in doing the new Burning Witches album cover. Needless to say, I was delighted to jump on board. The band had a very unique concept so it took me a couple of weeks to come up with an idea I was happy with.  They wanted a classic looking illustration; pretty much in the vibe of Ken Kelly and Frank Frazetta. The Forest Witch was inspired by The Ents from ‘Lord of The Rings’ and Botticelli’s ‘Birth of Venus’. The girls’ depictions were done in pure comic book style, and working on their faces to make them look as close as possible to the real people was a lot of fun. I wish more bands would ask me for that!

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