(United Kingdom)

Concocting a potent sonic assault that recalls the foreboding darkness of Black Sabbath, Savages’ monochrome post-punk and the dirty breathlessness of Bleach-era Nirvana, the Manchester quartet create a confrontational racket that takes no prisoners. Refusing to be confined by gender or genre, Witch Fever have always defied expectations as
individuals in society. Now, they’re defying expectations as a band. The debut album, Congregation is the sound of punk without boundaries of any kind, and with it they are ushering in a new era of heavy music that’s accessible, confrontational and, most importantly of all, a huge pressure release.“This is something that could scorch lawns and burn down buildings, this is Witch Fever” – Steve Lamacq, BBC6 Music

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