OUTRAGE: New Album Due This Week
Japanese metal veterans OUTRAGE will release their new, self-titled album on Japan on November 25. The CD was recorded with producer Fredrik Nordström at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden.
"Outrage" track listing:
02. You Care? I Don't Care
04. Until You Are Dead
05. Fists Full Of Sand
06. Shells Rain Down
08. Shine On
OUTRAGE reunited with estranged vocalist Naoki Hashimoto, who had left the band in 1999, for the 20th anniversary tour in 2007. After completing the successful tour, Hashimoto officially rejoined the band in February 2008.
OUTRAGE released the limited-edition double live CD "Awakening 2008" in Japan in June 2008 through JVC Victor. Recorded during the three-night special show of the same name in Tokyo in March 2008, the first disc features the entire "The Final Day" album (1991) in live form and the entire "Life Until Deaf" album (1995) in live form on the second disc.
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