ARKHAM WITCH "Get Thothed Vol. I" (MCD) [SOLD OUT]Doom/Heavy Metal (April 2015)

TITLE: "Get Thothed Vol. I"
GENRE: Heavy/Doom Metal
RELEASE DATE: April 24th, 2015
LABEL: Metal On Metal Records
BARCODE: 8022167090542
FORMAT: CD in cardboard sleeves • 5 tracks (approx. 27 min.) • 2-page insert • slipcase to contain this and 2 further EPs with booklet/poster

1. Skull Fuel (6:01)
2. Wings of Doom (6:20)
3. You Will Obey (4:06)
4. The Lamp of Thoth (4:19)
5. Sing as You Slay (6:07)

Total playing time: 26:53

"Get Thothed Vol. I" EP promo clip
"Wings of Doom" static promo clip

Arkham Thoth or The Lamp of Witch? It can get confusing when the songwriter and the main members (Simon on vocals and Emily on drums) are the same. Well, according to Simon, TLOT has not come back to life, so the decision has been made to release their next 3 EPs under the Witch name. Covering the Lamp. "Get Thothed" collectible series. This first part, "Get Thothed Vol. I", consists of 5 TLOT classics, slightly re-arranged and recorded anew. It comes in cardboard sleeves with insert and with a slipcase to house this and the future 2 EPs, which will feature some previously unreleased songs (planned for November 2015 and April 2016 respectively), as well as the booklet with all lyrics (to be out with "Get Thothed Vol. III"), and perhaps another little extra. All adorned by beautiful and most fitting graphics from the end of 19th century. A must for all die-hard fans of this British metal bunch, and especially for those who prefer their more doomy side (as THE LAMP OF THOTH is definitely more doom than the more straightforward heavy metal ARKHAM WITCH), and for fans of bands like SAINT VITUS, PENTAGRAM, VALHALL, MANILLA ROAD, CIRITH UNGOL, HELL, WITCHFINDER GENERAL, LUCIFER'S FALL, THE WIZAR'D, THE GATES OF SLUMBER... Start your AW/TLOT EPs collection now!

• The Lamp of Thoth, Saint Vitus, Pentagram, Valhall, Manilla Road, Cirith Ungol, Hell, Witchfinder General, Lucifer's Fall, The Wizar'd, The Gates of Slumber...

Cover art, a collage made from Victorian engravings, by Ian Goulden.


Cover of the slipcase to contain 3 EPs in cardboard sleeves and booklet/poster.