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Witch Fever

Music / Punk / Manchester, United Kingdom

Avoid being political in these times? Is that even possible? The question becomes obsolete when social realities extend beyond class differences, environmental catastrophes and discrimination but attack one's own identity. And it’s why Manchester’s Witch Fever don't turn their head when the world goes to the dogs in a frenzy – that’d be too easy. They instead counter the misery with serene and fucked up, ominous, anthemic punk rock that offers an emotional outlet to a disoriented generation. Doom riffs as heavy as SUV-driving corporate managers collide with angry vocals in songs like "Reincarnate" or "In Birth", wacky drums and the unadulterated energy of an all-female band resisting the patriarchy, false idols and the goddamn, crusty status quo. Their debut album "Congregation" which diligently follows this notion will be released in October and will without a doubt make Witch Fever one of the most exceptional band projects the UK currently has to offer. Not kidding: it’s time to buckle up be awed as these women pulverise the stage. 

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