Electric Wizard have made their new single available to stream.
SadioWitch will be released in digital formats and on 7-inch vinyl "soon", the band say in a Facebook post.
It is the second track made available from the English band's upcoming eighth album Time To Die, due out on September 29. An 11-minute video for lead track I Am Nothing was unveiled last month.
The doom outfit's follow-up to 2010's Black Masses is described as "uncompromisingly heavy" and "genuinely twisted".
Time To Die is available for pre-order and the band have confirmed two live dates so far, with more to follow.
Sep 12: Reverence festival, Portugal
Oct 10: Desertfest, Belgium
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