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About Outlaw Order

Featuring four of the five original members of Eyehategod (Jimmy Bower being the exception), Outlaw Order essentially are that seminal NOLA sludge metal outfit of yore. They bear the slithering guitar riffs and eternally pissed-off vocals of Mike Williams that made Eyehategod the indisputable kings of that whole scene. The name "Outlaw Order" refers to the fact that all four members were embroiled in legal issues when the band formed; in fact bassist Marc Shultz was forced to leave the band to serve a prison sentence before their debut album, Dragging Down the Enforcer, surfaced in 2008.

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Listen toOutlaw Orderon Napster

Featuring four of the five original members of Eyehategod (Jimmy Bower being the exception), Outlaw Order essentially are that seminal NOLA sludge metal outfit of yore. They bear the slithering guitar riffs and eternally pissed-off vocals of Mike Williams that made Eyehategod the indisputable kings of that whole scene. The name "Outlaw Order" refers to the fact that all four members were embroiled in legal issues when the band formed; in fact bassist Marc Shultz was forced to leave the band to serve a prison sentence before their debut album, Dragging Down the Enforcer, surfaced in 2008.

About Outlaw Order

Featuring four of the five original members of Eyehategod (Jimmy Bower being the exception), Outlaw Order essentially are that seminal NOLA sludge metal outfit of yore. They bear the slithering guitar riffs and eternally pissed-off vocals of Mike Williams that made Eyehategod the indisputable kings of that whole scene. The name "Outlaw Order" refers to the fact that all four members were embroiled in legal issues when the band formed; in fact bassist Marc Shultz was forced to leave the band to serve a prison sentence before their debut album, Dragging Down the Enforcer, surfaced in 2008.

About Outlaw Order

Featuring four of the five original members of Eyehategod (Jimmy Bower being the exception), Outlaw Order essentially are that seminal NOLA sludge metal outfit of yore. They bear the slithering guitar riffs and eternally pissed-off vocals of Mike Williams that made Eyehategod the indisputable kings of that whole scene. The name "Outlaw Order" refers to the fact that all four members were embroiled in legal issues when the band formed; in fact bassist Marc Shultz was forced to leave the band to serve a prison sentence before their debut album, Dragging Down the Enforcer, surfaced in 2008.