TWYTCH

TWYTCH

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"What's intense about this band." vocalist Matt McChesney states, "Is that we lure you in with a great melody, only to rip your face off with undeniable rage again and again, it's a beautiful thing."

Biography

Formed in 1998, TWYTCH currently has two albums released and are writing new material on a regular basis. Both albums have been very well received in the New England area. TWYTCH is gaining more and more heat and attention with an ever-increasing number of concert attendance. They perform at all the top venues throughout New England, have support from local (commercial) radio, and will be starting a college campaign in January. They're already getting spun on WAAF, WBCN and most recently added to (and well received by) college radio station WPTC 88.1 in PA.

TWYTCH has shared the stage with Hatebreed, Staind, Powerman 5000, 100 Demons, Sworn Enemy, Diecast, Ill Nino, Cannae, Disturbed, Shadows Fall, Motograter, Lacuna Coil, Sevendust among several other national and upcoming bands. They have performed in front of 30-40,000 people on shows such as Locobazooka and New Jersey's Metal Fest and will be performing more and outside of the New England area.

"What's intense about this band." vocalist Matt McChesney states, "Is that we lure you in with a great melody, only to rip your face off with undeniable rage again and again, it's a beautiful thing." True Indeed. After one listen to the incredibly brutal yet keenly melodic "Swallow the Stitches," (from the EP release justly titled "Hatred") you won't know whether to hide under your bed, or break into a moshing frenzy regardless of where you are.

Released September 19th 2003, "Hatred" is sure to take these five unrelenting characters from Lowell MA, farther than ever before. From the catchy hooks of "Return to Ashes" to the murderously haunting "Echoes" and "Enemy", this album leaves one with their jaw on the floor. Title track "Hatred" is in the top 1% in the metal genre on garageband.com with over 60 rave reviews.

This is a band that is determined to take it to the next level or die trying. They are ready, willing and able to drop everything to achieve their goals. They're ready to take it to the next the level in their musical career and to prove that they can run with major acts.

Discography

HATRED, Released 2003
Soul Revulsion, Released 2001

www.twytch.com to hear "Return to Ashes" and "Hatred" - both songs can also be heard on www.garageband.com/twytch along with over 50 rave reviews.

Set List

Palmstomp
Soul Revulsion
Echoes
Know Remorse
Enemy
Swallow the Stitches
Return to Ashes
Hatred