THE LAW: 'Distorted Anthems From The Suburbs' Artwork Unveiled

THE LAW, the Swedish San Francisco Bay Area thrash-influenced metal unit, has unveiled the cover artwork for its debut CD, entitled "Distorted Anthems from the Suburbs". The artwork was created by the Polish artist Lukasz Jaszak (BLOOD RED THRONE, THE VISION BLEAK, BEHEMOTH).

According to a press release, the disc will include "nine tracks of thrashing anthems inspired by the greats of the '80s, but with a modern touch and some flavors of [THE LAW's] own."

"Distorted Anthems from the Suburbs" will be released late spring through Metalcentral Records. The track listing for the CD is as follows:

01. Lawman & the Law
02. Anthem
03. Nothing to Say
04. Distort
05. Can U Not Talk
06. Dude of darkness
07. Beerblooded
08. Suburban Satan
09. Elimination


Björn Larsson (KARENSDAG) - Guitar
Peter Östlund (VOMITORY) - Guitar
Jimmie "Ninja" Frödin - Bass
Johan Rudberg (KARENSDAG) - Drums

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