HistoryMarshall Law was declared in Birmingham - the eternal loser to Liverpool’s glory - in 1988 with Pyke, Martin, Southwell, Davis and Donavan. It didn’t take the British metal band long to obtain a deal with Heavy Metal Records. The group’s debut was rather hyped in the UK press, but went nowhere. The Power Crazy EP of 1992 was followed with the Power Game album, which featured a cool cover. The band was supported by Morris on the stool by now. Metal Detector featured a drum machine called Glen Viner. He/it was later swallowed by a hungry shark. His/its replacement was Chris Green. He/it also soon disappeared. The group actually disbanded after Warning From History. Not heeding its own warning, the band reappeared with a new album in 2008. Guitarist Jack Frost had played with the band for a while following the 2005 reformation. Hauxwell was on drums. Tom Dwyer was on bass. Marshall Law cancelled its show at 2010's Hammerfest II festival, which was happening on March 11-13 at Pontins, Prestatyn Sands, North Wales. The band stated, "Sadly, Steve Hauxwell drums has been involved in an accident whilst snowboarding in Belgium and is undergoing treatment to a fractured wrist...” Singer Andy Pyke left Marshall Law in the summer of 2010. He was looking for a new gig and could be reached through email@example.com.