Celosia is the bands highly anticipated album (Kerrang!). Described as abrasive and uncomfortable, with gasoline drenched guitars and doom sensibilities. Celosia is available for download now.
"The forthcoming album boasts a wealth of rocking talent, gasoline drenched guitars and doom sensibilities which are all beautifully demonstrated in the track 'Celosia' and the hypnotic blues rock of 'Codeine'.
Heavy and impressive guitar riffs are teamed with fierce drum beats and all stitched together with Tom Reynolds' coarse and captivating vocals."
"Witchingseason are a dark alt-rock trio who certainly know how to write music that makes an impression. Not for the faint of heart, their music is a cacophony of heavy guitar riffs, rioutous drums and coarse, melodic vocals that are tailor made for rock audiences to shout right back at the band.
It's not hard to see how this sound can make an impact, its immediacy speaks for itself and is the reason why not too long ago the band were able to play a huge live show at the prestigious 100 Club in London.
‘The Healer’ showcases the bands macabre and ethereal low-fi sludgy sound which echoes the likes of Masters Of Reality and Queens of the Stone Age.
"Witchingseason are a young trio from Kent/London who take the influence of artists such as Soundgarden, Alice In Chains and Queens of the Stone Age to fashion a grungy, gritty, psychedelia-tinged alt.rock sound."
"Check out the killer new single, The Healer from Witchingseason, what an absolute proper rock banger."
Its hooky stuff sometimes looking back to the best pop from the punk era, sometimes creeping towards modern prog. a very promising debut. For fans of Foo Fighters, The Stranglers”
- Start Me Up - Guitarist Magazine (Nov 12, 2018)
Witchingseason has made sure that they’ve made the soundscape well and truly their own. The sultry snaking rhythms possess a grittily mesmeric distinctive allure which you won’t be able to find elsewhere easily on the airwaves – especially not from another UK artist. If you ever hear anyone say there are no ‘real’ Rock bands around anymore, you’ll be able to aurally slap them in the face with this blisteringly raw stylistic offering.
“Lo- Fi, with dirty guitars and a powerful and aggressive rhythm section, the unpredictable vocals range from mellow, wistful, whimsy to impassioned gruff desperation. At times repetitive and bewitchingly, hypnotic it’s a very promising album indeed.”
“London Rockers Rumble and Roll Through 11 Tracks of Fuzzed Up Disco Doom on and engaging debut”
“Tom Reynolds” who has one of the most distinct voices I have heard in a long while. One thing “Witchingseason” has achieved with this album is they have produced a really heavy piece of work without sounding like Slayer or any hard rock band they have a unique style and many mellow moments such as “Celebrity” that clocks in at just over the 6 minute mark. This is not meant as a criticism when I say that this 3 piece have a very strange style throwing in Stoner Rock, Alternative Rock, Doom Rock, Psychedelic Rock, which has paid huge dividends because not only has this album been a nightmare to review but I just want to keep returning to it and play it again and again.