Album artwork for Congregation by Witch Fever
Album artwork for Congregation by Witch Fever

Forming through Manchester’s close-knit alternative music scene in 2017, Witch Fever have a reputation for making riff-heavy, lyrically furious music that consistently bursts out of the confines of one genre.

On their debut album, the title-track marks a complete departure into delirious post-punk, dragging along at a stalking pace with a sludgy Warpaint-inspired bass riff. Singer Amy Walpole’s voice has also evolved in every respect – the rasps are raspier, the screams more guttural, and the melodic moment cut through with a powerful grace and clarity.

Witch Fever

Congregation

Music for Nations
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Album artwork for Congregation by Witch Fever
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£27.99

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Released 21/10/2022Catalogue Number

19658706121

Album artwork for Congregation by Witch Fever
CD

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Released 21/10/2022Catalogue Number

19658704712

Album artwork for Congregation by Witch Fever
LP

£24.99

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Released 21/10/2022Catalogue Number

19658704711

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Witch Fever

Congregation

Music for Nations
Album artwork for Album artwork for Congregation by Witch Fever by Congregation - Witch Fever
Album artwork for Album artwork for Congregation by Witch Fever by Congregation - Witch Fever
Album artwork for Congregation by Witch Fever
LP+

£27.99

Pink and Yellow Splatter

Released 21/10/2022Catalogue Number

19658706121

Album artwork for Congregation by Witch Fever
CD

£12.99

Released 21/10/2022Catalogue Number

19658704712

Album artwork for Congregation by Witch Fever
LP

£24.99

Black
Released 21/10/2022Catalogue Number

19658704711

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Forming through Manchester’s close-knit alternative music scene in 2017, Witch Fever have a reputation for making riff-heavy, lyrically furious music that consistently bursts out of the confines of one genre.

On their debut album, the title-track marks a complete departure into delirious post-punk, dragging along at a stalking pace with a sludgy Warpaint-inspired bass riff. Singer Amy Walpole’s voice has also evolved in every respect – the rasps are raspier, the screams more guttural, and the melodic moment cut through with a powerful grace and clarity.