Angelwitch (1980 - NWOBHM: early Slayer, Witchfinder General, Metalica)
got some feed back from Clandestine who runs the great blog Clandestine66.blogspot.com . He's got some real cool stuff if your into metal/ stoner metal/ or just plain old weirdness.
he wrote this and you have to go to his page to download link at the bottom
Angelwitch's debut studio album. If Angelwitch had a fault (and that's a big "if"), it was the overproduction on this album. Maybe it's just because I heard the live album first, but the chorus harmonies always seemed too big and disco-fied on this record. Regardless, this is a legendary recording, and quite possibly the most perfect example of NWOBHM before Witchfinder General and Dickinson-era Maiden. In a perfect world, every jock asshole that claimed to be a Metallica fan in 1993 and DIDN'T own a copy of this album would've been molested extra hard by his wrestling coach as "Enter Sandman" played over the weightroom's loudspeaker.
1. Angel Witch
3. White Witch
7. Sweet Danger
8. Free Man
9. Angel of Death
10. Devil's Tower
In the middle of last night she went out for her revenge:
super link to Clandestine666.blogspot.com to download
and thank him for the free shit, numbnuts...