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Listen to Testament’s scorching new track Night Of The Witch

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Testament (Image credit: Nuclear Blast)

Testament have released a lyric video for their new single titled Night Of The Witch.

It’s the first taste of material from the thrash veterans’ upcoming studio album Titans Of Creation, which will launch on April 3 through Nuclear Blast.

Frontman Chuck Billy says: "It has been months since the final mixing of Titans Of Creation and we are eager for fans to hear it. We feel that we put a lot into this record and at the end of the day it is a Testament record that stands on its own. We are very proud of Titans Of Creation.

"Night Of The Witch uses old school lyrics about witches chanting in the moonlight and casting spells. The beauty of this song is that I worked in Eric Peterson's vocals into the chorus. 

"I wanted to incorporate him as he does Dragonlord and this song was a perfect match. It is a heavy song and a great way to introduce everyone to Titans Of Creation."

Find the cover art for Titans Of Creation and the new track below.

The release comes ahead of Testament’s The Bay Strikes Back European tour, which will get under way in Copenhagen on February 6 and wrap up in Hanover on March 11. Testament will be joined on the road by Exodus and Death Angel.

Testament: Titans Of Creation

Testament: Titans Of Creation
Testament will release their 13th studio album Titans Of Creation in April. The follow-up to 2016's Brotherhood Of The Snake features the scorching lead single Night Of The Witch.

Testament: Titans Of Creation
1. Children Of The Next Level
2. WWIII
3. Dream Deceiver
4. Night Of The Witch
5. City Of Angels
6. Ishtar's Gate
7. Symptoms
8. False Prophet
9. The Healers
10. Code Of Hammurabi
11. Curse Of Osiris
12. Catacombs

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