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Oslo-based rockers Law of All have a busy year ahead!

Oslo-based rock trio Law of All consists of Amir Yaakoubd on vocals and guitar. Henric Lundgren on vocals and bass. And Jens Loqvist on drums and percussion.

Law of All

They perform music described as explosive and groovy riff oriented rock with a massive and dirty sound. Their music can be associated with Queens of the Stone Age, Royal Blood and Death From Above with a garage and noise twist.

The band writes and produces all of their music by themselves, and will release four new singles in the next six months.

A release party will also be held at Vaterland, Oslo’s biggest rock bar, on February 15th 2020. With support from Captain Kill and Abakas.

The next single after “Stuck” will be released in February 2020 and is titled “Bloody Underlip”. A song that packs as much punch as it suggests?

Photo credit: Maria Jakobsen Moe

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