“Walpurgis Night” – Gothic Doom Band THE SIXTH CHAMBER Reveal New Lyric Video

Featuring Legendary Keyboardist ALAN ST. JON (Alice Cooper/Billy Squier)

Mythical mysterians THE SIXTH CHAMBER retell Bram Stoker’s Dracula in a vampiric ode to the centuries titled “Walpurgis Night”,

“Walpurgis Night” is a song with a uniquely enchanting doomy gothic metal sound. The  animated lyric video is a concept based on vampiric lore and 19th century gothic novels.


Los Angeles-based gothic metal mysterians THE SIXTH CHAMBER are currently at work on their 3rd full-length album.

The current lineup includes legendary keyboardist Alan St. Jon of Alice Cooper, Billy Squier, Iggy Pop, etc. With 14 Platinum album awards to his credit with various groups and working regularly with famed producer Desmond Child, St. Jon ranks among the most accomplished keyboardists in rock.

THE SIXTH CHAMBER was the last band managed by fabled rock manager Bud Prager before his death. Prager managed Type O Negative, Megadeth, Mountain, Jack Bruce of Cream, White Snake and Foreigner. Prager’s untimely death cut short his efforts to negotiate a major label deal for THE SIXTH CHAMBER. 

Band founder Rahne Pistor started the group in the early 2000s. Before this, he got his start as a teenager playing Misfits classics at CBGBs and elsewhere with Misfits guitarist Bobby Steele and Steve Zing of Danzig in Steele’s band The Undead.

THE SIXTH CHAMBER name is inspired by the writings of 18th century mystic William Blake and interpreted as a library in hell where all of the world’s secrets are kept in books on shelves.

The band has played a number of festivals over the years and shared the stage with a wide variety of well known acts spanning numerous genres and generations including psych chart toppers Strawberry Alarm Clock, British goth progenitors Skeletal Family, jokesters Steel Panther and others.

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