OUTRAGE Covers METALLICA Classic For Upcoming Tribute Album

Japanese metal veterans OUTRAGE have recorded a cover version of the METALLICA classic "Fight Fire with Fire" for an as-yet-untitled Japanese METALLICA tribute album. The track was recorded in July at Sound Farm Studio in Jamaica, Iowa, where SLIPKNOT recorded its new album "All Hope Is Gone". The sessions were helmed by Sound Farm studio owner and engineer Matt Sepanic (MURDERDOLLS).

OUTRAGE drummer Shinya Tange has described his band's version of "Fight Fire with Fire" as "a more or less straightforward cover, but with a little bit of twist."

The tribute album is expected to be released in October/November.

OUTRAGE will make an appearance at this year's Dongducheon Rock Festival (August 14-17) in Dongducheon, Korea. OUTRAGE is going to perform at the event on August 17, alongside Korean metal bands BAKDOOSAN, CRASH and OATHEAN and the headliner ANTHRAX.

OUTRAGE's "Blind to Reality" video (1989):


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