A no-frills rock device based out of Portland, Oregon, Spellcaster’s being successful mixture of dark melodic thrash and dual-lead heavy-NWOBHM-inspired riffing invokes brands like Metal Cathedral, Sanctuary, Metallica, and Iron Maiden. Founded in ’09 2009 beneath the moniker Leatherwitch, the music group transformed its name to Spellcaster this year 2010 and released a debut EP, Spells of Rate, via Weighty Artillery Information. They hit the street with Canadian thrash device Evil Survives soon after the EP’s launch, and upon coming back home, headed back to the studio to begin with focus on their 1st full-length outing. The producing Beneath the Spell fallen in 2011, but a flurry of lineup adjustments and a shake-up at Large Artillery ultimately remaining the group label-less. Undeterred, Spellcaster rallied and required to the level having a re-tooled lineup, including Tyler Loney (vocals), Cory Boyd (acoustic guitar), Bryce Adams VanHoosen (acoustic guitar), Gabe Franco (drums), and Colin Vranizen (bass), and released their eponymous sophomore outing individually. The album captured the interest of L.A.-centered Prosthetic Records, who quickly authorized the group. Spellcaster’s very much anticipated third studio room long-player, Night time Hides the Globe, was documented in Portland and LA with maker Zack Ohren (All Shall Perish, Exmortus) and released in summer season 2016.