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Outlaw Order Reveals New Album Tracklisting and Release Date

Outlaw Order, the band comprised entirely of Eyehategod members, has revaled the track listing and artwork (viewable here) of their upcoming album. You can also download a full song off the album and also hear it on their MySpace page.

1. Intro
2. Relive the Crime
3. Safety off
4. Double Barrel solves everything
5. Alcohol Tobacco Firearms
6. Mercy Shot
7. Narco-Terroristos
8. Siege Mentality (MP3)
9. Walking Papers
10. Dragging down the Enforcer
11. Outro

Due to manufacturing issues, "Dragging Down the Enforcer" will be out November 10th instead of October 13th.

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1. bijo raca writes:

i know the album wil be hot just like how tupac use to do in does day of power

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2. MIKE IX writes:

Outlaw Order is NOT, I f***ing repeat NOT...composed entirely of EyeHateGod members. We WERE at one time, in ancient f***ing history, a band containing 4/5ths of EHG.
NO LONGER IS THIS TRUE!!!
00% now features a new and varied line-up of reprobates some of which were in EyeHateGod, and some of which were not. For the official confirmed fraternity of thieves, stay tuned to Myspace.com/OutlawOrder....
-Mike IX/ 00%

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3. metalheaddrummer101 writes:

ummm...

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