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Leash Law - Dogface (4/10) - USA - 2004

Genre: Power Metal
Label: Black Lotus Records
Playing time: 40:35
Band homepage: Leash Law

Tracklist:

  1. Fight
  2. Dogface >mp3
  3. Stealing Grace
  4. Hail To Blood
  5. Banyan >mp3
  6. Better Than Betrayed
  7. Martial Law
  8. Hellhole >mp3
  9. Paving The Way
Leash Law - Dogface

Once again, the Metal community has to deal with a project of various musicians – LEASH LAW consist of various (ex)-members of CRIMSON GLORY, SEVEN WITCHES, TIWANAKU, ROB ROCK, ICED EARTH, DEATH, CONTROL DENIED & NOCTURNUS…

 

Most famous person could be singer Wade Black, who sang on the CRIMSON GLORY comeback album “Astronomica”. I couldn’t like him on that album, the same goes for SEVEN WITCHES’ “Xiled To Infinity And One”. Anyway – he can’t convince me on LEAH LAW, too because I can’t stand his voice. To be honest, he really annoys me when he screams, sorry – unfortunately, he’s doing that nearly all the time... Musically, this is Old School Power Metal with modern production somewhere between JUDAS PRIEST & ROB ROCK. Only vocally, Blade would rather fit to a GUNS N’ ROSES group.

 

Normally, I like Power Metal and some songs like “Fight” or “Stealing Grace” are okay but it’s too less to establish the name LEASH LAW. Songs like “Hail To Blood” or “Dogface” are crap – there’s no doubt about it – and the other songs are averagely at best! LEASH LAW? Needs nobody! (Online May 22, 2004)

Ralf Henn



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