Outrage Announces "Go To Hell" Album Release
The 6th full-length album of the German black/thrash metal veterans Outrage, titled "Go To Hell," will be available on October 28th at Hammer Of Doom festival in Wuerzburg (Germany). "Go To Hell" consists of songs written by Outrage in the band's early days, between 1983 and 1987. Metal on Metal Records commented on the release:
"This raw, primitive (but not sloppy) old school metal album is a throwback to their roots and was recorded last summer with a lot of the original equipment, effects and techniques they used back then. If you are a fanatic of '80s thrash and first wave of black metal (not the kind of black metal that came later, grim, with blast beats and screechy vocals and especially NOT the symphonic style) and you love bands like VENOM, HELLHAMMER, early CELTIC FROST and SODOM or FLAMES, this album of OUTRAGE is an essential addition to your collection!
Here's what Udo "The Bringer of Doom" (band's founder, songwriter and guitarist) had to say: "Recording those same old songs which I had probably played more than a hundred times was absolutely exciting to me. During the recording there was a strange voice inside my head (I think it was Jowita's voice) saying 'play the songs the way they deserve.' So I did. And the more I played them, the better they got... the spark still flies!"
You can check out two songs from "Go To Hell" through the Metal on Metal Records website. The track listing is as follows:
1. Rigor Mortis
2. Go To Hell
3. Into The Abyss Of Belial
5. Perseus Rules
6. Infernal Recruit
7. The Inner Contract
8. Hot On The Trail
9. Slave Trader
10. Pact Of The Wicked
11. Refugee To Beyond
12. Black Metal Attack
The "Go To Hell" album cover was drawn by Jowita Kaminska, based on Lorenzo Maitani's "The Last Judgement" bas-relief from the façade of Orvieto Cathedral (1310-1330).
Please share this article if you found it interesting.
0 Comments on "Outrage Announces 'Go To Hell' Release"
Be the first to comment! Tell us what you think. (no login required)
To minimize comment spam/abuse, you cannot post comments on articles over a month old. Please check the sidebar to the right or the related band pages for recent related news articles.