Origin: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada  
Genres: 80's Metal
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Last update/review: February 8, 2015

Witchkiller

Witchkiller were well-known in the metal underground in the early eighties, but after releasing one EP in 1984 they disappeared without a trace. That EP, Day Of The Saxons, is considered a cult classic by some, though by modern standards it might be considered a bit dated. The style is undeniably 80's, Priest/Maiden styled metal, sounding a lot like the many British bands that made the NWOBHM so special at the start of the decade. Nothing complicated, and in reality not terribly original even for its time, Day Of The Saxons is nonetheless an enjoyable trip down memory lane, and a sure winner for any 80's metal fan. They announced a reunion in 2012.

Current Members

Doug Adams

vocals

Kurt Phillips

guitars

Todd Pilow

bass

Steve Batky

drums

Victor Manuel De La Chica

vocals/guitars

Antonio MOrillas

guitars

Miguel Moreno

bass

Adam Wise

drums

Former Members/Guests

Miguel Ortega

guitars (Santo Rostro)

Alex Ortega (guest)

guitars

Felipe Dosmik (guest)

programming

Jan Carlos Sánchez

bass

Dani Martinez (guest)

bass

Eduardo Martinez

drums

Jose Jiménez (guest)

drums



Discography


Day Of The Saxons  EP
1984 Metal Blade
  1. Day Of The Saxons
  2. Riders Of Doom
  3. Cry Wolf
  4. Beg For Mercy
  5. Penance For Past Sins
  • Doug Adams
  • Kurt Phillips
  • Todd Pilow
  • Steve Batky
  • Victor Manuel De La Chica
  • Felipe Dosmik




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