OUTLAW ORDER At New Orleans' RAISE THE DEAD Festival; Photos, Video Footage Available

OUTLAW ORDER, the band which features in its ranks several members of New Orleans conspiracists EYEHATEGOD, SOILENT GREEN and HAWGJAW, headlined this year's edition of the Raise the Dead festival on Saturday, November 1 at the Howlin' Wolf in New Orleans. Other groups that appeared at the event were HOSTILE APOSTLE (featuring Scott Crochet [SOILENT GREEN], Justin Giardina [RUSTLER] and Matt Williams [HAWG JAW]), RITUAL KILLER (formed by Zak Nolan and Sammy Duet [ex-ACID BATH, CROWBAR, GOATWHORE]) and the reunited death metal band FLESH PARADE.

OUTLAW ORDER enlisted Paul Webb (SPICKLE, HAWG JAW, THE MYSTICK KREWE OF CLEARLIGHT) to play bass for the Raise the Dead concert. Pat Bruders (CROWBAR, ex-GOATWHORE) will handle the bass duties for OUTLAW ORDER on a more permanent basis.

Check out photos from the festival at www.nolaunderground.com.

Fan-filmed video footage of OUTLAW ORDER's performance can be viewed below.

OUTLAW ORDER will release its debut album, "Dragging Down the Enforcer", on November 25 via Season of Mist.

The track "Siege Mentality" is available for download at this location.

OUTLAW ORDER has united under one negative war banner to blast the system with a twist to the N'awlins sound of rebellion and pollution. A fully realized organization, these null percenters follow no one. They do however wear the Louisiana influence on their black armbanded sleeves and shine a stolen police flashlight into the darkened rooms inhabited by law enforcement cockroaches. This is truly a new separatist set of rules.


Michael D. Williams (EYEHATEGOD, ARSON ANTHEM) - Vocals
Gary Mader (EYEHATEGOD, HAWGJAW) - Guitar
Joey LaCaze (EYEHATEGOD) - Drums
Pat Bruders (CROWBAR, ex-GOATWHORE) - Bass

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/outlaworder.


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