CEREMONIAL CASTINGS: 'Into The Black Forest Of Witchery' Demo To Be Re-Released

June 5, 2008

American "deathphonic black metal" warriors CEREMONIAL CASTINGS have issued the following update:

"By popular demand we have decided to remaster our 'Into The Black Forest Of Witchery' demo and re-release it with new artwork and 3-to-4 bonus tracks. The bonus tracks will include a new recorded version of our song 'Martyr & Magick' as well as two covers featuring WARLOCK's 'Burning The Witches' and MERCYFUL FATE's 'Witches' Dance'. It is possible of a fourth bonus track but these three are set in stone as of now.

"'Into The Black Forest Of Witchery' will be released on the 30th/31st of October 2008 to kick off our West Coast/Southwest tour (Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas) through November.

"CEREMONIAL CASTINGS will enter the studio in July to start on this album as well as the next coming opus, to be released in the summer of 2009."

CEREMONIAL CASTINGS's concept album based of the Salem witch trials, "Salem 1692", was released last month via Dark Forest Productions.

Check out audio samples on the band's MySpace page.

Fan-filmed video footage of CEREMONIAL CASTINGS performing the song "The Crucible and The Cross" live at Studio Seven in Seattle, Washington on May 9, 2008 can be viewed below.

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