SEVEN WITCHES Guitarist Says It's 'An Honor' To Be Asked To Join MARSHALL LAW

SEVEN WITCHES guitarist Jack Frost has confirmed via the band's official web site that he has joined the long-running Birmingham, U.K.-based heavy metal band MARSHALL LAW.

Commented Frost: "It's a great honor to be asked to join this classic metal band MARSHALL LAW. I've a been fan for years. They're 100% what NWOBHM is all about. I hope the fans take to me.

"As you know, it's hard to replace the former axe slinger as he was a monster. I have nothing but respect for him and I will do my best to play his parts. I will also be involved in the next studio CD. I hope to bring some killer tunes for Andy [Pyke] to scream his amazing voice on. I will be doing all of their summer shows and then some.

"For you fans of my other bands, please don't worry. I have made up a schedule that will not conflict with any of my other bands. It's going to be another metal year for me. So I hope we can sit back and bang together. And once again I hope the fans of MARSHALL LAW take me into their family as have the wonderful gentlemen of this amazing band."

MARSHALL LAW have spent the last few years crafting a new album entitled "Axis of Power". 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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