|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Hourglass||4||Audio||1992||Succubus Records (2)|
|2||She's Alive||4||Audio||1994||Not On Label|
|3||Exhumation||9||Audio||1994||Not On Label|
|4||Exhumation||9||Audio||2008||Not On Label (Witching Hour Self-released)|
|5||She's Alive + Hourglass||8||Audio||2008||Not On Label (Witching Hour Self-released)|
Witching Hour formed in 1991 with Trevor Barnes on guitar and vocals, Alys Sterling on bass and DB on electronics. DB was later replaced by Alex Winton. When Alex left the band, Ash took over, aided by the lovely Morticia, who appears in the video for Slave To The Night. Since Ash's return to his home planet, the band have performed as a two-piece. After a hiatus during which Trevor and Alys joined the computer game industry and discovered overtime, Witching Hour returned to the scene on Halloween 2006. Since then, they have headlined gigs in London and Madrid and are soon to appear in Blackpool at Misery Of Sound.