Vocalist Jon Oliva and guitarist/bassist Chris Caffery of Florida-based music group Savatage celebrate their rock root base with Doctor Butcher, a aspect task with Seven Witches drummer John Osborn. Oliva and Caffery had been at a crucial point within their careers if they released Doctor Butcher. Their music group, Savatage, had however to regroup following automobile loss of life of Oliva’s sibling and founding guitarist, Criss, in 1993. Caffery, who was simply a founding person in German music group, Metalium, became a member of Savatage in 1990, assisting to record the group’s greatest record, Gutter Ballet. Although they regrouped briefly in 1995, with Testament guitarist Alex Skolnick changing Criss Oliva, Savatage was struggling to recapture their previously momentum. Disbanding for 3 years, they came back in 1998 using the power-driven record The Wake of Magellan in 1998. THE ULTIMATE Bell implemented in 2000. Doctor Butcher’s eponymous record, originally released in 1995 over the Weapon label, was reissued the next calendar year by Crook’d. The label eventually released The Demos, merging demos and live monitors from a 1993 concert. Although Caffery performed bass over the group’s recordings, Brian Gregory was added for live shows.