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 set a May 25 U.S. release date through Black Lotus Records for their debut album, "Dogface". Distribution for the CD will be handled by The End Records.
"Dogface" was released in Europe on April 19 and has been scoring impressive reviews and ratings, such as 8/12 in Heaver Oder Was?, 7/10 in Rock Hard, 8.5/10 in Metal Invader, 8.5/10 in Metal Eagle, and 8.5/10 in Bleeding.de. The European release was preceded by the "Stealing Grace" limited-edition EP, which has since sold out.
LEASH LAW have also launched a redesigned web site at leash-law.com . The new site features the latest news, band info, multimedia including MP3 samples, and current reviews. A new ordering page has been implemented to provide links for purchasing options worldwide. A forum community has also been added for fans to discuss metal and all things LEASH LAW.
Touring plans are currently under development through Wolfgang Rott at CMM Promotions. The band plans to bring "Dogface" live to metal fans around the world later this year.
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