SEVEN WITCHES Guitarist Announces New Endorsements At NAMM: Photos Available

At last weekend's NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) convention in Anaheim, California, SEVEN WITCHES guitarist Jack Frost (ex-SAVATAGE) announced new endorsements with B.C. Rich Guitars and Rocktron pedals. Jack wowed NAMM audiences during several clinics for TKL Cases, alongside VOX TEMPUS keyboardist (and fellow TKL endorsee) Eric Ragno. Photos can be found at this location.

SEVEN WITCHES, which also features in its ranks HELSTAR singer James Rivera, will be filming their February 12 show at The Freight Yard in Allentown, PA on for an upcoming DVD, "Year of the Witch", tentatively due later in the year. The band are expected to perform material from all five of their albums, including their most recent effort, also titled "Year of the Witch", available now on Sanctuary Records.


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