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Surviving The Law
Frontiers Records
Release Date
April 15, 2022

It is difficult to sum up in few words the history and influence in the history of rock music that an act like Nazareth has had. Having celebrated their 50th Anniversary in 2018 with the release of their 24th studio album, “Tattooed On My Brain”, the long-running UK hard rockers (originally formed in Dumferline, Scotland in 1968) will enter their 54th year of existence in 2022 with the release of their 25th studio album, "Surviving The Law". The line-up for "Surviving The Law" is the same as the previous release, consisting of Jimmy Murrison (longest serving guitarist in the band’s history), Lee Agnew (drummer since Darrel Sweet’s death in 1999), Pete Agnew (founding member, on bass) and vocalist Carl Sentance.

"Surviving The Law '' continues the new chapter that started for the band in 2018 with the arrival of vocalist Carl Sentance (ex-Persian Risk, Don Airey). In 2014, original singer Dan McCafferty had to leave the band for health reasons and with his blessing, Sentance began fronting Nazareth. "Tattooed On My Brain" saw Nazareth a rejuvenated band with a hard rocking album that had all the ingredients that make this band so great in the first place. As with "Tattooed On My Brain", "Surviving The Law" was produced by Yann Rouiller at Sub Station in Scotland. The album features songwriting by all band members and continues the trend established with the previous album, showing that 25 albums into their career, the fire of rock 'n roll still burns as bright as ever at the core of Nazareth.


  1. Strange Days
  2. You Gotta Pass It Around
  3. Runaway
  4. Better Leave It Out
  5. Mind Bomb
  6. Sweet Kiss
  7. Falling In Love
  8. Waiting For The World To End
  9. Let The Whisky Flow
  10. Sinner
  11. Ciggies And Booze
  12. Psycho Skies
  13. Love Breaks
  14. You Made Me
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