A melodic dark, thrash, and loss of life metal music group led with the mercurial vocalist Ipek, Wykked Wytch first started building waves soon after the forming of the music group in the mid-’90s in Philadelphia. The band’s initial discharge, Something Wykked IN THIS MANNER Comes, appeared on Ipek’s very own Cauldron label in 1996. The record was soon found for Western european distribution by Demolition, which resulted in an increased account for Ipek and her clothing over the Atlantic. Roster adjustments would dominate the band’s period during the following year or two, so that it wasn’t until 1999 that function began on a fresh album. After a few even more years in the studio room, Wykked Wytch’s follow-up, 2001’s Angelic Vengance, strike the roads in nov that season. The record was well received, specifically in European countries, and resulted in an opening slot machine for the music group in the Hell Involves Your City Tour II, with Kreator, Sodom, and Devastation, all legends in the genre. Wykked Wytch’s third record, Nefret, premiered on Demolition/Dreamcatcher in 2004, and shortly Wykked were continuously on the highway, even credit scoring an opening slot machine for Deicide in 2005. A offer was negotiated with SixSixSix Information, however the pairing dropped through, and Wykked Wytch had been forced to market and purchase their fourth record, 2007’s Memories of the Dying Whore, independently.