Witch Casket Stream New EP “Hatred Index”

Witch Casket are streaming their new EP “Hatred Index” in full, via Metal Insider. That effort was officially released today (April 27).


Witch Casket Premiere “The True Knot” Music Video

Witch Casket have premiered a new video for their new song “The True Knot.” This track is from the band’s new EP “Hatred Index,” which will be released on April 27. Vocalist Drogoth commented:

“Since our first music video was mainly a ‘performance’ video, I wanted to do something more cinematic and story driven. The video finds the band members fleeing the city, being pursued by an unseen adversary, or perhaps being drawn to the outskirts by the call of a coven of powerful witches. The band is taken on a journey that serves as a sort of ‘origin story’, following them through a transformation from crestfallen reprobates to a stronger, more unified force. The video was shot on location in Downtown Los Angeles, as well as along the Angeles Crest Highway in the San Gabriel mountains.”

Witch Casket To Release New EP “Hatred Index” This Month

Witch Casket have announced that they will be releasing a new EP titled “Hatred Index” on April 27. The effort was produced, engineered, and mixed by guitarist Colin “Nylock” Cameron, and mastered by Maor Appelbaum. A new video for “The True Knot” will be rleased soon, but for now you can check out a lyric video for “That Damn Devil” and a music video for the title track below:

“Hatred Index” Track Listing:

01. “Hatred Index”
02. “That Damn Devil”
03. “Dawn Everlasting”
04. “History of Violence”
05. “The True Knot”

Witch Casket Premiere “Hatred Index” Music Video

Witch Casket have released a new video for the title track of their upcoming album “Hatred Index.” Vocalist Drogoth commented:

“We wanted to do something fairly simple for our first video with footage of the band performing. This is to give people a look into how the band presents itself and what to expect when seeing the band performing in a live setting. The next video that’s currently in production will be a much more cinematic endeavor.”