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Season of the Witch [2017]

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Season of the Witch

Track Title
Track Length
1 Book of Spells 1:38
2 The Black Grass Plague 4:03
3 Guitars, Tits and Monsters 5:51
4 Now Fear This
5 Behind the Nut Love 2:28
6 Making Monsters 4:41
7 Dr Evil’s Spookshow 0:38
8 Here’s to the Crazy Ones 4:05
9 The Macabre 1:57
10 Ddd 2:05
11 Hell Haw I.G.R. 2:56
12 Ode to Jasper 1:39
13 Season of the Witch 3:57

Original Release Date: March 3, 2017
Number of Discs: 1
Label: 60 Cycle Hum
Length: 37:45
ASIN: B01N7PNVH4

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Professional reviews

The album is already one of my favorites for the year. A lot of the rock albums so far haven’t been killing it with me, but this one was a breath of fresh air. I can never get enough of John 5 so it was nice to have some new music in between Rob Zombie albums. This is a must have for any rock fine and especially a John 5 fan

For the full review from 2Loud2oldmusic.com click HERE

‘Season of the Witch’ isn’t just a showing of John 5’s technical skill from first track to last, it gives insight to how truly diverse John 5 can be when stretching his writing muscle. You’d probably think you’re getting a typical heavy metal side project just from the packaging of this record; it’s a John 5 record called ‘Season of the Witch’ that gives you every indication it will not go in the direction it takes.

For the full review from Metal Assault click HERE

Those familiar with John 5’s previous offerings, there is no mistaking his guitar playing for anyone else, meaning he is simply one of a kind. His current team consisting of Ian Ross on bass and Rodger Carter on drums are also very crucial to the all instrumental album. This is especially true for Ross as the bassist, who provides a special dynamic of deep heavy bass jamming that complements John 5’s playing in just the right way. The drumming of Carter also completes the versatile musical range of John 5, going from Bluegrass, to Industrial, to Western Swing, to Rock, and back again. This is all accomplished in a very refreshing intensity on Season Of The Witch.

For the full review from Cryptic Rock click HERE

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