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Witching Hour

by Witching Hour

If Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper had a love child, it would be Witching Hour! Hard hitting rock with lyrics covering everything from Poe to New Orleans Voodoo and everything in between. Hallowe'en has a new soundtrack!
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Witching Time
0:48 $0.50
2. Ghastly; Gruesome
5:00 $0.99
3. Sometimes They Come Back
6:07 $0.99
4. The Seasons of Wither (Coming Down)
5:16 $0.99
5. All Chopped Up (With No Place to Go)
5:18 $0.99
6. Letters from the Inside
5:14 $0.99
7. Dancing in the Graveyard
4:57 $0.99
8. Bats in the Belfry
6:16 $0.99
9. Hallowe'en
4:52 $0.99
10. Morticia
5:34 $0.99
11. The Coming of the One
5:47 $0.99
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Album Notes
Witching Hour combines their love for all things Hallowe'en and heavy music in one, macabre package. With each song being it's own miniature horror story, the lyrics will startle you and the music will entertain you with it's intricate melodies and great hooks. Covering everything from the moody writings of Poe, New Orleans VooDoo, and love for all that goes bump in the night, Witching Hour is indeed the new soundtrack to Hallowe'en!



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Tim Reuter

A new, lifelong fan
"The intro, reminding me of early Sabbath, previews the fun to come. I like it. From Hamlet right into the fray of...

Ghastly; Gruesome - it's got a good riff, catchy chorus and lyrics that start the album off right. What more could you want? Well, the classic motif of impending doom around the 3:15 mark, of course! All in all, a great song.

Sometimes They Come Back - I find myself singing along to the chorus on this one as well. A frightening tale, that makes me smile at the same time. Great sound and a solid track all around.

Seasons of Wither - time to slow things down a little. I love the sense of longing this song evokes.

All Chopped Up - another solid, guitar-heavy start to another great song. I love this stuff! The lyrics remind me a bit of Alice Cooper. Not a bad thing.

Letters from the Inside - haunting, chilling and sadistic lyrics with a great hook. It makes me feel like it's ok to accept my inner killer.

Dancing in the Graveyard - one of my favorites. Maybe because it's one of the first I heard, maybe just because it is an awesome song. It really delivers everything the album wants to be. Don't take this the wrong way -- it's just my stupid sense of humor -- but I can picture the gang from "Peanuts" doing their Christmas dance out in the pumpkin patch/graveyard... and I can't help but laugh. Schroeder on the piano, Linus bobbing his head while Snoopy dons his sheet to scare the piss out of them all...

Bats in the Belfry - I like the change in tone of this track. Honestly, it's not my favorite, but it works. And. like the rest of the album, sounds great.

Hallowe'en - another favorite. I absolutely love the guitar work on this one. Perfect!

Morticia - an ode to the classic Addams character. I like the change in tempo, and another awesome guitar solo. Listening to this song makes me remember my love of the macabre beauty.

The Coming of the One - a fitting finale to the album. Solid throughout, with yet more terrific guitar work. Tony is pretty good, isn't he?

All in all, this is a great piece of work. It sounds familiar and comforting, yet still very original. There are a few spots here and there where I would have liked to heard more from the vocals -- not so much more power, just more volume. And of course, I feel some tracks are stronger than others.
But these are minor complaints.

So these are my thoughts after about a dozen times through. I'll let you know how things evolve.
With much love and respect for what you've done, I remain a lifelong fan."

-Tim Reuter