On The Road… with Karyn Crisis – The Gospel Of The Witches

Gospel of the Witches, by Omar Cordy/OJC Pics

Gospel of the Witches, by Omar Cordy/OJC Pics

On a hot summer night in New York City; Queens to be exact saw the mighty return of the one and only Karyn Crisis. She didn’t really go away anywhere, as she has continued to work and create music for years, if somewhat under the radar. While the denizens of The Big Apple might recall the death wail that was her voice at the front woman/force of nature at the helm of death metal legends Crisis in the 90s, Karyn’s new project is no less deadly, yet in different ways. The Gospel of The Witches is a different kind of brutality, one with all the shades of her soul on display. Several years in the making, The Gospel of the Witches’ album Salem’s Wounds (Century Media) seemed destined to be made by Karyn and her partner Davide Tiso (Ephel Duath). Joining them for this live performance were Ross Dolan (Immolation) Bob Vigna (Immolation), Charlie Schmid (Tombs) and Larry Burns on sound. The crowd at Blackthorn 51was enraptured by Karyn et all and their rituals, as captured here by photography Omar Cordy for Ghost Cult.

Gospel of the Witches, by Omar Cordy/OJC Pics

Gospel of the Witches, by Omar Cordy/OJC Pics

Gospel of the Witches, by Omar Cordy/OJC Pics

Gospel of the Witches, by Omar Cordy/OJC Pics

Gospel of the Witches, by Omar Cordy/OJC Pics

Gospel of the Witches, by Omar Cordy/OJC Pics

Gospel of the Witches, by Omar Cordy/OJC Pics

Gospel of the Witches, by Omar Cordy/OJC Pics

Gospel of the Witches, by Omar Cordy/OJC Pics

Gospel of the Witches, by Omar Cordy/OJC Pics

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