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"Whatever you will try, there is nothing you can do. You can't escape the sisters of fate!"
"Burning Witches" is a Swiss Thrash Metal band, and as the name suggests their lyrics are usually about witchcraft. They released their first self-titled album in 2017, and soon signed by Nuclear Blast. The first vocalist left the band after two albums, and Laura Guldemond replace her from "Dance with the Devil" onwards.

Not to be confused with "Burning Witch" (in singular), a Doom Metal band from Seattle. For the trope, see Burn the Witch!.


  • Romana (Guitars)
  • Lala (Drums)
  • Jay (Bass)
  • Laura (Vocals)
  • Larissa (Guitars)


  • Burning Witches
  • Hexenhammer
  • Dance with the Devil
  • The Witch of the North


  • Body Horror: The woman in the "Six Feet Underground" video has half of her face charred... and then she opened her eye, in the charred half.
  • Burn the Witch!: The name itself of the band makes reference to the trope
  • Cover Version: They have versions of "Holy Diver" from Ronnie James Dio and "Battle Hymn" from Manowar.
  • Hearing Voices: "Six feet underground" is about a man that hears voices, and begs a doctor to heal him before he dies.
  • Hell-Bent for Leather: Casual clothes? Forget it! They are a heavy metal band, and proud of it!
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  • Home of Monsters: Time has come for frostwinds to storm and giants to arise. And they will rule... until nine worlds fall.
  • Lady of Black Magic: "Black Magic" is about a woman who loves a Black Mage, but fears that magic's hidden price will taint their love.
  • Limited Animation: The video of "Flight of the Valkyries" has some limited animation of the cover of its album, "The Witch of the North"
  • Magical Star Symbols: The video of "Hexenhammer" features a prominent pentacle often.
  • Or Was It a Dream?: "Lucid Nightmare" is about a nightmare with demons... or was it just a nightmare?
  • Scenery Porn: The video for "We stand as one" has awesome countryside panoramics.
  • Tome of Eldritch Lore: "Necronomicon" is about one of the best-known examples.