MARSHALL LAW Announce New Guitarist

Long-running Birmingham-based heavy metal band MARSHALL LAW, who at one time featured Lee Morris of PARADISE LOST, has announced the addition of guitarist Dave Rothan to the group's ranks. "Dave is a local lad and has worked with such bands as GRAHAM BONNET and ROCK$TAR," the group write in a statement. "Dave is currently hard at work learning the band's various sets in order to make his debut appearance with MARSHALL LAW early this summer. The band welcomes Dave and looks forward to working with him."

Rothan joins MARSHALL LAW as the replacement for Jack Frost (SEVEN WITCHES), who left the band last month after lasting less than three months.

MARSHALL LAW are scheduled to release their new album, "Axis of Power", later in the year. The band's previous LPs include "Marshall Law" in 1990, "Powergame" in 1993, "Law In The Raw" in 1996, "Metal Detector" in 1997 and "Warning From History" in 1999. Sanctuary Records issued a double CD anthology set, "Power Crazy", in 2002.

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