Just Listen: @The Wytches – Crest Of Death

The Wytches

Words: Georgia Mae Blackman

Photo: Steve Gullick

Photo: Steve Gullick

The short but not so sweet track Crest of Death by The Wytches is a slither of what we will be expecting from their new album All Your Happy Life which is to be expected on the 30th October. In recent months the group of four have developed into a successful garage-punk band who deliver is with rowdy and powerful music. It’s jam packed full of fierce guitar riffs and powerful vocals.

Crest of Death starts with a boisterous scream from the lead vocalist Kristian Bell, the song is a fiery track would create a great mosh pit to! But there’s also a buzz which is created by their music, it’s truly intoxicating and energetic.

 

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