MARSHALL LAW To Record New Album

The Birmingham, England-based cult power metal band MARSHALL LAW are recording a brand new studio album, their sixth following on from "Marshall Law", "Powergame", "Law In The Raw", "Metal Detector" and "Warning From History". Last year the band was the subject of a Sanctuary Records retrospective, "Power Crazy", which included archive and previously unreleased demo tracks.

The band, featuring original members vocalist Andy Pyke and guitarists Andy Southwell and Dave Martin, will be working with their former drummer, and present-day PARADISE LOST member, Lee Morris. Their last studio outing, 1999's "Warning From History", was described by JUDAS PRIEST guitarist K.K. Downing as "absolutely bloody amazing. Those guys are fantastic guitarists."

In addition, the "Powergame" album, produced by ex-MAGNUM guitarist ROBIN GEORGE and originally only issued in Japan on the JVC Victor label, is being remixed for re-release. Upon its first issue "Powergame" sold over 30,000 copies in Japan but never surfaced elsewhere.



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