LEATHERWOLF To Release 'Unchained' Live Album

California "triple axe attack" metal masters LEATHERWOLF are hitting the road in support of their forthcoming live album, "Unchained". Fans will experience an evening of intense metal music spanning the LEATHERWOLF catalog, including MTV video classics "The Calling" and "Hideaway" and fan favorites such as "Street Ready", "Gypsies & Thieves" and "Dr. Wicked (Rx O.D.)".

The rejuvenated lineup consists of original members vocalist/guitarist Michael Olivieri and drummer Dean Roberts, longtime friend and bassist Patrick Guyton, and the guitar duo of Rob Math and Greg Erba.

"We are all excited about this new constellation and the possibilities it holds," enthuses Olivieri. "More than anything, we’re looking forward to getting out there and really kicking some ass on stage. I think live is where it’s always been at for us and this group of guys can definitely deliver the goods!"

"Unchained" was mixed by producer extraordinaire, Roy Z, whose resume includes JUDAS PRIEST, SEPULTURA, HALFORD, BRUCE DICKINSON and many others. Though the release date is yet to be announced, fans can download a free MP3 single of "Spiter" from "Unchained" by liking the only official LEATHERWOLF Facebook page.

The band also launched a new official web site at LeatherwolfMetal.com where their classic releases are available for purchase as MP3 (320Kbp) downloads . Fans can watch videos, stay informed with the latest news, find tour dates and sign up for the LEATHERWOLF newsletter.

Confirmed tour dates:

Apr. 06 - Mirror Image Studios - Anaheim, CA
Apr. 20 - Jammin Joes - Arvada, CO
Jun. 13 - Bobby McGee's - Chicago Ridge, IL
Jun. 14 - Penny Pub Road - Barrington, IL
Jun. 20 - The Dead Horse Cantina & Music Hall - McKees Rocks, PA
Jun. 21 - House Of Rock - White Marsh, MD
Nov. 09 - Rock Harvest II at House of Rock - White Marsh, MD

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