Their debut last year was made from their demos- the back cover credits even say “Recorded in a basement”! For their second album Witchcraft hired a “real” producer. Now we know what they really sound like. “Firewood” sounds like a Jazzier version of early 70s Doom Rock (not so much Sabbath as BANG) with Neil Young on vocals. Neil Young with a Scandanavian accent! And, much like their s/t debut, the occasional use of flute (and here accoustic guitar) shows their Tull influence. Along with Priest’s “Angle of Retrobution”, Bloody Mary’s “Blood & Roll”, and Wednesday 13’s “Transilvania 90210″ Witchcraft’s “Firewood” is one of the best Metal CDs of 05. Hidden track: a cover of Pentagram’s “when the screams come”.