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30th December 2017

white wizzard

White Wizzard, from Los Angeles, California have returned with a stunning new album that is sure to turn heads and get fists pumping.

Once again fronted by Wyatt 'Screaming Demon' Anderson, they now return to the road hungry to ascend to greater heights and have reached a breakthrough with 'Infernal Overdrive' which will be released on January 12th.

Back in the fold, co-founding member and lead guitar master James J LaRue brings a world class shred and feel that is sorely missing in today's rock music. Armed with their best drummer to date, San Diego skin basher Dylan Marks, the band is tighter and stronger than ever.

white wizzard

Founding member, songwriter, guitarist and bassist Jon Leon has written a very strong album and brings melodic bass influenced by the masters of the past to complete a live band that can compete with the best of them. Together they now set out with a very strong album and line up, to hit the road and ascend.

White Wizzard plan to tour extensively in the next two years and have already released a lyric video for the single 'Storm The Shores' which can be seen below.

Jon tells us:

"The song and video is a tribute to military personnel and those that have fought and died for the ideals of peace and freedom all around the world. White Wizzard in no way is making any political statement with this song and video - it is simply a tribute to the men and women that have served and died in combat."

White Wizzard have announced a handful of special shows in the Southwest USA to kick off the new release as well as one show in London on March 31st, heating up the Camden Underworld.

'Infernal Overdrive', the band’s fourth full-length album, will be released on CD and gatefold double vinyl January 12th 2018, with artwork by Christopher Hardy.

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