The Outlaw Serenade family is currently engaged in a winter clothing drive for middle Tennessee's homeless population. All donations will eventually end up at Nashville Rescue Mission - one of the area's best charities in terms of minimal administrative overhead and not operating on government funds. If you would like to make a clothing donation, please private message us here to coordinate. We have two locations in Murfreesboro, one in Nashville, and one in Hendersonville where you can drop off. This particular clothing drive will end on Sunday, Dec. 7th, and all the donations are scheduled to be delivered to Nashville Rescue Mission the week of Monday the 8th. If circumstances don't allow you transportation, we may be able to work something out where we come pick up your donation. Please IM here for any further information. Thank you! And, as always, much Outlaw Love \m/
Please visit the Outlaw FaceBook to contact us about this great Drive!
*We will also accept your clothing donations at this show:https://www.facebook.com/events/763177827070145/
Outlaw Serenade's own drummer, A.G. "Brick" House, is interviewed on the Chaos Section's podcast:
NEW EP FROM: OUTLAW SERENADE
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.
Outlaw Serenade has and will continue to work to relentlessly create and deliver pure ruthlessness from OUTLAW SERENADE II.
See you on the road.
Be proud & play it LOUD!
KEEP IT REAL!!!! KEEP IT METAL!!!!