LEATHERWOLF: 'Live At The Galaxy' DVD Preview Available
Orange County, California metal veterans LEATHERWOLF have been added to the RATT/DOKKEN double bill on August 1 at the Pacific Amphitheatre in Costa Mesa, California. The show is part of the annual OC Fair.
LEATHERWOLF is scheduled to take the stage at 6:30 p.m. Specially priced 10-dollar tickets can be purchased online via Ticketmaster by using a special password.
For more info visit the band's MySpace page.
LEATHERWOLF is currently working on its first-ever DVD, "Live At The Galaxy", which contains footage of the band's 2009 concert at the Galaxy Theatre in Santa Ana, California.
A sneak preview of the song "Thunder" from the upcoming DVD can be viewed below. It features the band's current lineup, with guitarist Greg Erba and bassist Patrick Guyton joining original members Michael Olivieri (vocals, guitar), Carey Howe (guitars), and Dean Roberts (drums).
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