Recorded and mixed in the Impuls Studios in Hamburg, produced by Yenz Leonhardt (IRON SAVIOR, KINGDOM COME, SAVAGE CIRCUS....) and mastered in the Danish Jailhouse Studios by Tommy Hansen (TNT, Pagan's Mind, Helloween, Manticora, Jorn, etc...), 'Outlaw Invasion' still shows a firm grip on the band's own individual sound, yet also shows them open to other impressive influences, as is the case with 'Keep On Movin'. With its mighty chorus, the song has developed into a song that you can't get out of your head. 'Brother To Brother' is a powerful hymn,
one which doesn't just groove but also shines with its huge melody and an unforgettable, long-term chorus. And 'M.I.L.F.' is a song which could even become a band anthem. Also amongst the tracks is a deeply emotional ballad without any traces of the usual teary kitsch. Great kick-ass granades like 'Front Killers', 'The Redeemer', 'Turn To Black' and the assertive title song round off this great mixture of bastardized tracks.
released 08 April 2008Produced by Yenz LeonhardtRecorded and mixed at Impuls Studio, Hamburg, GermanyEngineered by Yenz LeonhardtMixed by Yenz Leonhardt & Manne UhligMastered by Tommy Hansen at Jailhouse Studio, Horsens, DenmarkCover artwork by Dirk Illing (XMD) - www.x-m.d.comPhotos by Steffi VeenstraSleeve design by Thomas Ewerhard - www.ewerhard.deAll music written by GUN BARRELAll lyrics written by GUN BARREL, except 05. by GUN BARREL & Lenz Leonhardt and 04. & 10. by Yenz Leonhardt"Invasion Warning" idea by GUN BARREL, arranged by Yenz LeonhardtAll songs published by Limb Music Publishing, GermanyP & C 2008 Limb Music Products, a label of Diversity Media GmbH
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