LEAGUE OF CORRUPTION Signs with Black Doomba Records

Vancouver groove metallers League of Corruption are proud to announce that they’ve signed with Atlanta, Georgia indie metal label Black Doomba Records.  Fusing the sounds of Black Sabbath and Lynyrd Skynyrd with more modern icons like Corrosion of Conformity and Down, League of Corruption is preparing to release their debut album Something in the Water in 2020.

About League of Corruption
League of Corruption like their metal groovy and their beers cold.  Founded by scene veteran Chris Barlow, the group has sought to unveil hard hitting rhythms that pay tribute to the old masters. Featuring quasi-legendary thrash metal vocalist Brian Langley of Aggression and Infernal Majesty, League of Corruption has operated on and off since 2005. However, since 2016 the group has seen a new and exciting level of activity. With their longtime friends Drewski and Paul Trounce rounding out the lineup, as well as support from Black Doomba Records and Rusty Axe Management, the band is now ready to take on the world with their pure Canadian carnage.  Look out for their debut album Something in the Water, coming out in 2020!


  • Chris Barlow – Vocals and Guitar
  • Brian Langley Guitar and Back Up Vocals
  • Drewski – Bass and Back Up Vocals
  • Paul Trounce – Drums

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