METAL LAW “Lawbreaker” Second Edition details

April 24th, 2013
by EvilG

Due to continuous demand, Metal on Metal Records re-released the sold-out second CD of traditional heavy metal band from Berlin, METAL LAW. Originally recorded and released in 2008, the album is now entitled “Lawbreaker” Second Edition, and, apart from remastered sound, offers three bonus tracks dug up from the band’s vaults – demo songs recorded still under the group’s original name REUDIG:
“Mirrors” (2001) – previously unreleased track.
“Metal or Die” (2002) – taken from “Hunter & Prey” demo (2004).
“Raise Your Fist” (2003) – previously unreleased version of the song later re-recorded for METAL LAW’s debut album “Night of the Wolf”.

More details, including the complete track list and high-res cover art painted by Jowita Kaminska (Attacker, Exodus, Witchburner, Forsaken, Meliah Rage, Manilla Road, Deceased, Arkham Witch and others) can be found on the page of this release.

Three songs can be streamed from the above link as well as directly from Bandcamp page, from which the album is available for downloading exclusively (for this release there will be no digital distribution). Music video clip featuring the complete “Metal Law” song is posted on YouTube.

In the meantime, METAL LAW were busy writing new songs. 4 of them were recorded in December 2012/January 2013. One of the songs, entitled “In Metal We Trust”, was chosen for Metal on Metal Records’ “Compendium of Metal Vol. 6″ compilation CD (out on April 19th), while the remaining three constituted “Lord of Evil” EP, which the band made available for streaming and downloading directly from their website at the end of March.

METAL LAW‘s 3rd full-length album “Hellride” is in the works and expected to be finalized and released in 2014.

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