OUTLOUD: 'We Run' Video Released
"We Run", the new video from OUTLOUD — the brand new hard rock band featuring Chandler Mogel (TALON) on vocals, Bob Katsionis (FIREWIND) on guitar and keyboards, Mark Cross (FIREWIND, HELLOWEEN, KINGDOM COME) on drums, Tony Kash on guitar and Jason Mercury on bass — can be viewed below.
According to a press release, "These guys give you melodic hard rock with an edge that takes the best of every sub-genre and molds it all into one big ball of intensity! From straight ahead arena rock with melodic and current sensibilities and ballads, the debut self-titled album from OUTLOUD has it all — and has been totally designed to simply ROCK YOUR FACE OFF!"
"Outloud" was produced by Bob Katsionis and mixed and mastered by Tommy Hansen (HELLOWEEN, PRETTY MAIDS, JORN, TNT) at Jailhouse Studios in Denmark. It will be released on August 28 in Europe and September 13 in the North America via Frontiers Records.
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