LEASH LAW: The Dogs Are Loose

Former CRIMSON GLORY/SEVEN WITCHES vocalist Wade Black has joined forces with ROB ROCK guitarist Rick Renstrom, ICED EARTH/ex-DEATH drummer Richard Christy, and ROB ROCK bassist Stephen Elder in a new band called LEASH LAW. The group, whose musical style is being described in an official press release as "true metal unlike ever heard in this century," have posted two demo cuts for listening in Real Audio format at this location. The songs available for preview are "Fight" and "Martial Law".

Rick Renstrom's solo album, "Until the Bitter End", also features Wade, Steve, and Richard in the song "Towers of Babylon". "Until the Bitter End" will receive a European release through Mascot Records in the coming weeks.

For more information on LEASH LAW, visit the group's official web site at this location.


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