Make it heavy, they said - “and so it came to pass;" In-your-face brutality. Absolute full-on assault of face-melting metal. Now you’re talking.
The Outlaws stepped up and delivered a heavier sound and image on the newly released EP than ever before. Six songs of the most intense metal from the Alpha to the Omega. Controversial? You bet! And there’s No other way.
Individually; Terry Benier & Kyle Nidiffer have performed and recorded in many bands over the past several decades - all with fond memories, but now they are coming together to set forth a new precedence in the name of METAL!
Outlaw Serenade began in roughly about 2008 after Terry Benier departed from a former band. Looking to stay in the realm of true rock and to get back to their roots - a band where they could really be true to themselves developed, and Outlaw Serenade is truly a band these guys can call home.
Putting the band together:
After years of Kyle & Terry being apart, they came together again in Christmas of 2010. They soon began recording some of Kyle's projects, and in turn, Kyle unknowingly helped out with the Outlaw project. "It was like capturing magic, and felt good like it had years ago," both confess. It was great back in the day when they were recording and touring, but now it’s even better! The maturity of the artistry shows.
Rounding out the strings of the band came long-time friend of Terry's - B.C. on guitars (lead & rhythm). B.C. & Terry had worked on projects together before, but the combination of Terry, B.C., & Kyle is a new chapter w/ a fuller/fatter and heavier sound than ever for what some call Outlaw Serenade II.
Most recently; total newcomer, A.G. "Brick"House, joined the line-up on drums/percussion - and the sounds of solid thunder are complete.