SPACE WITCH Worship The Void UK Tour With CERNUNNOS Kicks Off Tonight In Sheffield

Space Witch

Heavy cosmic warlords SPACE WITCH, who back in August released their cavernous long awaited Self-Titled debut album via Orchestrated Dystopia Records, will be hitting the roads of the UK for the Worship The Void Tour with heavy doomers  CERNUNNOS, it all kicks off tonight in Sheffield which then stops off in Manchester, Nottingham, Bradford and culminates at Fearfest in Birmingham on Sunday where they’ll share a stage with Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell, The Wound Kings, XII Boar and many more.

1/10/14 – The Red House, Sheffield w/ Regulus & Trollkraftt [info]
2/10/14 – Bay Horse, Manchester w/ Mower & Brother Earth [info]
3/10/14 – Stuck on a Name Studios, Nottingham
4/10/14 – Black Swan, Bradford w/ Gods of Hellfire & Forneus [info]
5/10/14 – Fearfest, Asylum 2, Birmingham w/ Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell, The Wound Kings [info]

Space Witch / Cernunnos - UK Tour 2014

The Self-Titled album by SPACE WITCH consists of two tracks and runs for 1.05.33. Track 1 Worship the Void clocks in at 30.10 while track 2 Alchemy Paradox lasts a staggering 35.22 which Tom championed in his recent review of the album saying “Having been blown away by a live rendition of Worship The Void recently, it was a pleasant surprise to hear the song so faithfully translated on record, capturing both the lurching doom, the moments of quiet contemplation, and the sudden bursts of energy that unite the sections so cohesively across the thirty minutes“, and don’t forget to check out the interview that Tom conducted with guitarist Daz Rowlands last month.

Physical releases are split between Digipack Compact Disc and Jcard Audio Cassette which are available now from the Orchestrated Dystopia Records webstore while digital downloads are available from the SPACE WITCH Bandcamp page.

And for those wanting the long player option, never fear as a remastered heavy weight vinyl release is planned for January 2015 which is a split label release between Orchestrated Dystopia Records, Fear Me Music and HeviSike.