It's official Scribbler Fans Feind is now a contributing writer for Doommantia! Check out my first article on the new Witch Mountain song and upcoming album!
Yesterday I sent Doommantia my first offering to contribute what I can to their site and they posted it this morning! So now it's official, yours truly is now a contributing writer for them. I plan to do one or two articles per week for them while I continue bringing horror & metal to all of you here while I seek a publisher for my book. This Scribbler had a pretty good day yesterday though I was busy as hell. If you love doom or just great music check out my first contribution to Doommantia's awesome site here.
In my search for something to write for my first contribution to Doommantia I came across a press release for a band I ended up hearing for the first time though they have been around since about 2000. I said my peace in the piece so I won't reiterate other than to say I have been seeking out more from Witch Mountain to play some catch up. You can hear the first song, Psycho Animundi, for their upcoming release Mobile of Angels in my article there but I was able to find more that I thought I'd share with you all here since I just like it and I'm awesome like that! (Don't worry I talk shit but my ego isn't that large.) So without further ado I came across a couple of excellent live performances via Scion A/V who do an absolute ton to promote music with tons of free music and through the now annual Scion Fest. They support all forms of music though it's metal that obviously most interests me. Check out the pro-shot performances of Veil of the Forgotten and Shelter both off their last album 2012's Cauldron of the Wild.
Hopefully that helps some of you get through your Hump Day and creates a few more Witch Mountain fans other than those of the Disney movies from the 70s. Yes, this Scribbler remembers those but didn't waste time watching the remake a few years ago. Also when seeking out Witch Mountain music don't confuse them with German band Mountain Witch, a good band but not the delicious bluesy doom of Witch Mountain.
See for yourself
So did I make a Witch Mountain fan of you? I hope so. Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below.
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