LEASH LAW: Debut Album Details Revealed
LEASH LAW, the new Florida-based group featuring vocalist Wade Black (ex-CRIMSON GLORY, SEVEN WITCHES), guitarist Rick Renstrom (ROB ROCK), drummer Richard Christy (ICED EARTH, ex-DEATH), bassist Stephen Elder (ROB ROCK), and guitarist Emo Mowery (TIWANAKU, ex-NOCTURNUS), have finalized the track listing for their debut album, "Dogface", due this spring through Greece's Black Lotus Records.
"We are about 85% done tracking and are due to mix down in the end of January," Mowery told BLABBERMOUTH.NET. "This album is exceeding the band's expectations ten fold!! The recording process for this album has gone extremely well and we hope it shows to all of you crazy metal lovers out there!!!!"
"Dogface" track listing:
01. Better When Betrayed
04. Hail to Blood
05. Hell Hole
06. Lucian Blaque
07. Martial Law
08. Pour your Heart
09. Paving the Way
10. Stealing Grace
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