SEVEN WITCHES/Ex-HADES Singer ALAN TECCHIO Interviewed; Audio Available

The latest episode of "Talking Metal" features an interview hosts Mark Strigl and John Ostronomy conducted with SEVEN WITCHES, HADES and NON-FICTION vocalist, Alan Tecchio.

The podcast can be downloaded at this location.

SEVEN WITCHES released its latest album, "Deadly Sins", in November 2007 via Screaming Ferret Wreckords. The CD also featured guitarist/mainman Jack Frost and bassist Joey Vera (ARMORED SAINT, FATES WARNING, ANTHRAX).

"Deadly Sins" turned out to be one of the trickiest SEVEN WITCHES releases to complete — a solid year in the making — due to the fact that it was a concept record (based on the "7 Sins of Mahatma Gandhi"). Additionally, other musicians lent a hand, including bassists Clint Arent (of PAINMUSEUM), Kevin Bolembach (ex-NON FICTION), and a drummer who goes by the nom de plum of "Troll."

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