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Genre: Heavy/Power Metal - United States
Lyrical themes: Deception, Emotions (Anger, Love, etc.), Women

Michael Olivieri - vocals, guitar
Dean Roberts - drums
Patrick Guyton - bass
Rob Math - guitars
Greg Erba - guitars

Demo (Démo - 1983)
Leatherwolf (CD - 1985)
Leatherwolf II (CD - 1987)
Street Ready (CD - 1989)
Wide Open (CD - 1999)
Demo '02 (Démo - 2002)
Demo '03 (Démo - 2003)
Demo '04 (Démo - 2004)
World Asylum (CD - 2006)
New World Asylum (CD - 2007)

Leatherwolf has gone through multiple vocalists over the past decade. Original vocalist Michael Olivieri quit the band after the release of the Wide Open live album and was replaced by vocalist Chris Adams who in turn recorded a demo with the band. Adams was later let go when Mike Olivieri rejoined and he also recorded a demo with the band. Mike Olivieri quit once again and Racer X vocalist Jeff Martin was brought in to record yet another demo. Martin also left and was replaced by Wade Black of Seven Witches fame. Black eventually sang on the final product which materialized as the album World Asylum. Ironically Black also left the band after the album's release and a small tour. Mike Olivieri has returned to complete the original line-up and is re-recording the vocals for the World Asylum album.

When asked why they have two self-titled albums Leatherwolf responded that the first album was released on an independent album and when they got signed to Island records they didn't want to release it. Island treated their first album like a demo and viewed their first album with them as their "debut" and required it to be self-titled.

In the early 90's, the band was known briefly as HailMary.

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