OUTWORLD's RUSTY COOLEY: NAMM Interviews Posted Online

TheMusicFarm.com has posted an interview with OUTWORLD guitarist Rusty Cooley conducted at this year's winter NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) show, which was held January 17-20 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. Also available is Cooley's interview with Lacey Conner, villainess co-star of VH1's hit TV show "Rock of Love" featuring POISON's Bret Michaels, which was broadcast as part of Dean Guitars' "Live from NAMM" webcast.

OUTWORLD is currently searching for a new label to release its sophomore album. Three new tracks, along with an interview, are available on the group's MySpace page.

In late 2006, OUTWORLD released its self-titled debut on France's Replica Records to both critical and artist acclaim.

The band has been heralded as a blend of key influences PANTERA, SYMPHONY X, LAMB OF GOD, and DREAM THEATER, but with a sound all its own.

TheMusicFarm.com interview:

"Live from NAMM" interview:


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