Review by Peter Goodbody
Out 29th Oct via Music For Nations
We would venture to suggest ‘compromise’ is a word rarely uttered by Witch Fever. Debut EP Reincarnate is about to hit the waves and is a glorious slice of heavy Sabbath meets punk, with more attitude than you gave your disappointing Maths teacher at school. Drawing comparisons from a wave of other female fronted bands such as Dream Wife, Genn, Hands Off Gretel and Dead Naked Hippies, this is a massive announcement to what is hopefully a wider audience than the M62 corridor this band has been ploughing for the past few years. Never giving anything other than their all in their live shows, this six track EP is a proper demonstration of just how good they are. It’s angry, loud and very, very good.
The lead single, Reincarnate is probably the stand out, but that would be like picking a favourite child. There’s no bad work here. Quite the opposite. Six tracks of anger, venom, a lot of swearing and pure joy. You need this in your life.
Reincarnate Track Listings
2/ In The Resurrect
4/ In Birth
6/ Bully Boy
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