Black Witchery

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Black Witchery
Also known asWitchery
OriginWinter Springs, Florida, United States
GenresExtreme metal,[1] black metal[2][3]
Associated actsHellvetron
  • Impurath
  • Vaz
  • Alal'Xhaasztur
Past members
  • Steve "Tregenda" Childers

Black Witchery is an American extreme metal band from Winter Springs, Florida.[1]

The band evolved in the mid-1990s after the dissolution of the Irreverent.[2] It was originally known as Witchery, before adapting their current name in 1999.[2]


The band issued a pair of splits and an EP before dropping their debut album, Desecration of the Holy Kingdom, in 2001 through Full Moon Productions.[2] In 2005, they signed with the French independent label Osmose Productions and released their second effort, Upheaval of Satanic Might, followed by a split album with Archgoat, entitled Desecration & Sodomy in 2008,[2] which followed with a European tour of the two bands in 2017.[4]

A live album, Live Desecration Ritual, was released in 2010.[2] Their third full-length Inferno of Sacred Destruction arrived in 2010, followed by the Nuclear War Now! Productions-issued Evil Shall Prevail in 2016, the latter of which compiled tracks from the band's early demos and split EPs, and also included previously unreleased material.[2]

On February 2, 2016, former guitarist Steve "Tregenda" Childers died as a result of a car accident at the age of 49.[5]


Studio albums[edit]

  • Desecration of the Holy Kingdom (2001)
  • Upheaval of Satanic Might (2005)
  • Inferno of Sacred Destruction (2010)

Split albums[edit]

  • Desecration & Sodomy (with Archgoat) (2008)

Live albums[edit]

  • Live Descration Ritual (2010)

Compilation albums[edit]

  • Evil Shall Prevail (2016)


  1. ^ a b "Blogs". Orlando Weekly.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g "Black Witchery - Album Discography". AllMusic.
  3. ^ "BLACK WITCHERY Ink Deal With OSMOSE RECORDS". 26 July 2002.
  4. ^ "BLACK WITCHERY, ARCHGOAT To Team Up For 'European Desecration' Tour". 20 February 2007.
  5. ^ "Black Witchery Guitarist Steve Childers Dies at 49". Loudwire.