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I Am The Law ' Dance of the Southern Witch' Review by Gina Kristek

I Am The Law

Dance of the Southern Witch

Self-Released

Release Date: May 31, 2019

Review by Gina Kristek, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio

 

Although I am unsure if I should be inserting a Judge Dredd or Anthrax reference here, I did have the privilege of reviewing I Am The Law’s latest soon to be released single: Dance of the Southern Witch off their upcoming untitled EP. First on the scene in 2015 with their EP titled Black Water Gospel, and putting out Hymn of the Vulture in 2017 (re-released in 2018), this two track EP is due for release May 31, 2019. 

I Am The Law (based out of Nashville, TN) is back with a brand spanking new -slap you in the mouth - EP featuring two songs: "Dance of the Southern Witch" and "The Earth Will Eat Today." Nominated for consecutive Nashville Industry Music Awards (NIMAs) in 2016, 2017, and 2018 for Best Hard Rock/Metal Band, these Southern spirits bring a powerful mix of groove and shred metal that will absolutely melt your face off. You’ve been warned! 

"Dance of the Southern Witch" showcases I Am The Law’s unique style and musical range and sets a solid place for them in the metal community. From start to finish I couldn't help but to rock out to this track. I definitely feel some young Pantera vibes along with hints of Lamb of God and Rob Zombie thrown in for good measure. Influences aside, I Am The Law took what they knew and turned it into a distinct sound all their own, and it pleased me.

This EP really demonstrates that I Am The Law has been working hard and growing musically over the last few years. Dance of the Southern Witch has these boys stepping out of the gate swinging, packing powerful drums, guitars, and bass with the harmonizing of two very different vocalists. The powerfully fast drums and guitar/bass melodies bring an old school southern rock vibe to the table (shout-out Brandon, Brian, Chris, and Nicholas), while vocalists Brandon and Tyler bring in a more new-school groove metal feel. These two vocalists compliment one another perfectly and together put the icing on the proverbial layered rage cake, tying everything together in a cute little hate-filled package. One minute you’re swaying to the music, and the next you are punching people in the face. Do not pass go. Do not collect $200. 

While you wait for the May 31, 2019 release check out I Am The Law’s previously released music on the following outlets: Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Music, and Deezer. I loved Dance of the Southern Witch and fully support hearing more awesome shit in the future. Welcome to my gym playlist dudes… thanks for making me all hot and sweaty.

 

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