Long-running Birmingham, England-based heavy metal band MARSHALL LAW will play at the Victoria in Swindon, England on July 8. Support at the show will come from IRON HEARSE. Admission is £6.
MARSHALL LAW are continuing to lay down tracks for their new album, "Axis of Power", tentatively due later in the year.
The upcoming CD is expected to feature session drums by Chris Green and former PARADISE LOST/MARSHALL LAW man Lee Morris. Guitarists Dave Martin and Andy Southwell will handle bass for the sessions as ex-bassist Roy Davies is now pursuing an acting career. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Retribution", "Bloodlines", "Axis of Power", "What Lies Behind", "Why Do Men Die", "Nothing Lasts Forever", "Faith Divides", "Waiting for the Sign", "Pure Evil" and "From Past Times Until Now".
MARSHALL LAW's recording career spanned the albums "Marshall Law" in 1990 for Heavy Metal Records, "Powergame" in 1993, "Law In The Raw – Live" in 1996, "Metal Detector" in 1997 and "Warning From History" in 1999.
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