15 Songs, 1 Hour, 19 Minutes

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4.9 out of 5

14 Ratings
14 Ratings

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Jake Bartol

Best album I've heard in years! Nashville doesn't know what's coming!

The Law Band - Dust & Aether (Review)

Thoth Engine

Fantastic debut album. Songs like "Cold Beer", "Crazy Lonesome", and "Country Boy" are well setup as blazing plateaus for the album as a whole, while earlier tracks are meanderings that are welcomed catering to fever dreams, lulls, and frustrating bursts of orange - southern rock that has stepping stones in the realm of bands like Clutch, but still have a delicate feminine touch. McGee's vocals do evoke Danzig thunder, when he rolls. Congrats!

Read between the lines: it is worth a listen, a purchase or a download.

Love it! Treat yourself to this gem...

Omega monkey

A most awesome mix of Country & Western music with a lot of Rock & Roll. Throw in some hints of Bluegrass, Folk & Psychedelic Space Jams and you have a must-have release by this talented new band from Atlanta, GA.

I discovered these guys via one of my "desert island" artists, Trappers Cabin, who is The Law Band's vocalist and keyboard player. The band's FaceBook page lists their influences as "Hank Williams, Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd" What's NOT to like. :-) This album reminds me of a similar release by Shooter Jennings in 2010 called Black Ribbons. Treat yourself to Dust and Aether and have some fun.

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