OUTLOUD Featuring FIREWIND Keyboardist, NILE Drummer: 'Let's Get Serious' Album Due In May

OUTLOUD Featuring FIREWIND Keyboardist, NILE Drummer: 'Let's Get Serious' Album Due In May

OUTLOUD, the Greece-based melodic hard rock band featuring Bob Katsionis (FIREWIND) and American singer Chandler Mogel, will release of its long-awaited third album, "Let's Get Serious", on May 23 via AOR Heaven. Once again mixed and mastered by Tommy Hansen, the CD contains 11 brand new songs plus a cover of ORCHESTRAL MANOEUVRES IN THE DARK's (OMD) "Enola Gay". Also featured is very special guest George Kollias (NILE) who played all the drums on the album, and guitar virtuoso Mike Orlando (ADRENALINE MOB) on probably what could be called the heaviest OUTLOUD track to date, "Toy Soldiers".

"Let's Get Serious" track listing:

01. Death Rock!
02. I Was So Blind
03. One More Time
04. Bury The Knife
05. Like A Dream
06. It Really Doesn't Matter
07. A While To Go
08. All In Vain
09. Another Kind of Angel
10. Let's Get Serious
11. Toy Soldiers (feat. Mike Orlando)
12. Enola Gay (ORCHESTRAL MANOEUVRES IN THE DARK cover)

Internationally, OUTLOUD has sold over 8,000 CDs since its acclaimed debut came out in 2009, and has become the most viewed Greek hard rock band on YouTube, with over 400,000+ views. Their song "We Run" appeared on a handful of reputable compilations and also was named "Track Of The Day" by Classic Rock magazine in June 2009. The band has toured its home country multiple times and has appeared on Greek national TV. It has also graced the cover for Greece's Metal Hammer magazine, the country's biggest rock publication.

"Let's Get Serious" recording lineup:

Chandler Mogel - Vocals
Bob Katsionis - Guitar, Keyboards
Sverd - Bass
Kostas Milonas - Drums
Jim Scordilis - Guitar

George Kollias (NILE) - all drums on album
Mike Orlando (ADRENALINE MOB) - guitar solo on "Toy Soldiers"

OUTLOUDLetsGetSeriousCD

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