The secretive Swedes were spewed out of the bowels of hell and into ears of music fans with the release of their 'Opus Eponymous' in late 2010, a collection of pulsating heavy rock that won over fans and critics alike.
Three times winners of 'Best Hard Rock/Metal Album' in the Grammis (Sweden's prestigious music awards), they also won a Grammy for 'Best Metal Performance'. And it's not hard to see why, thanks to their wild theatrical live shows, influenced by Kiss, David Bowie and Alice Cooper.
Heavy, heady and hypnotic, Nashville four piece, All Them Witches, concoct a powerful and potent psychedelic sound that fuses bluesy soul, Southern swagger and thunderous hard rock. With their transfixing releases, 2012’s Our Mother Electricity and 2014’s Lightning At The Door, and a jam-filled live show where no two shows are the same, the band has amassed a devoted following and have become something of a sensation in the underground rock scene.
Emerging from the darkness of the Swedish death metal abyss in 2004, the band immediately stood apart from what was already a crowded scene, betraying an uncompromising vision that refused to be shackled by any genre stereotypes.