MARSHALL LAW To Preview New Material At Upcoming Shows

Long-running Birmingham, U.K. metallers MARSHALL LAW have issued the following update:

"After what seems like forever, we'll have some good news in the next few weeks regarding the long-overdue and eagerly anticipated new album 'Razorhead'.

"We can't tell you how frustrating it has been to have a product finished and ready to go for the last 12 months, but despite interest from a number of companies, we chose to hold out for the right deal with the right label.

"To alleviate some of the frustration we are going to let rip with the new lineup in July.

"We'll be playing on the main stage [of the Rockoff Festival] with PITCHSHIFTER at the London Carling Academy on July 27th, along with some other great metal bands... BREED 77, THIS IS MENACE, EVILE and more...

"Prior to that, on July 20th we'll be getting together with our old friends HEADSPEED for a double header at the Queens Hall, Nuneaton. Also joining us for some metal mayhem will be the mighty LOST IN VEGAS.

"We'll be previewing some new tracks from 'Razorhead' at both the Nuneaton and London shows and we hope to see you there."

MARSHALL LAW last year posted audio samples of six tracks from "Razorhead" on the band's official web site (audio player will launch automatically). The CD was recorded at M2 studio in West Midlands.

Watch video footage of MARSHALL LAW performing at UK's Bloodstock festival in 2006:


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