Outworld - Outworld

8.4 | 58 votes |
Release date: 2006
Style: Progressive power metal


63 have it
11 want it

01. Raise Hell
02. Riders
03. Warcry
04. Outworld
05. City Of The Dead
06. The Never
07. Prelude To Madness
08. The Grey Tide
09. I Thanatos
10. Polar [Japanese bonus]

Additional info
Progressive (+ Power/Thrash) Metal
Label: Replica Records
Distribution in France, and to buy the album => http://www.nocturne.fr/produit.cfm?id_produit=6092
USA: 2006
Length: 57:29

Line-up on the CD:
Vocals: Kelly Sundown Carpenter
Guitars: Rusty Cooley
Bass: Shawn Kascak
Drums: Matt McKenna Smith
Keyboards: Bobby Williamson

Staff review by
Listen to me guys and gals, we're just in front of the best album of Progressive Metal of the year 2006! Nothing less! For their first album, Outworld and his main compositor Rusty Cooley found the way to release one of the most impressive albums that I had to listen to this year. With the help of the "crazy" Kelly Sundown Carpenter, "Outworld" is a great album of blasting Progressive Metal, don't miss it or you will regret it!

published 08.12.2006 | Comments (11)

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03.02.2013 - 15:42
This album is the kind of album that was made by some teachers .... The album is very professional.
I can not say anything about the singer ((he is a genius))!!

Listen carefully to the song number 3 .... I get to see the genius of the artist is ...
03.02.2013 - 15:44
The singer made ​​the hairs on my head with my hair do
26.08.2013 - 06:30
Rating: 8
A thoroughly great album, this. A criminally under-recognized group.

My only complaint arises with Carpenter's vocals, which I find are slightly over-the-top at times. It's just a personal preference. Even so, it's definitely between an 8 and a 9.
26.03.2014 - 21:52
A staff guy...
Written by Diverge on 26.08.2013 at 06:30

A criminally under-recognized group.

A-fucking-men! Such a shame Kelly left and they broke up. -_-
~Zep, Database and Forum Moderation~

25.07.2017 - 06:34
Rating: 8
Polar is such a beastly track. Goddamn this album was great and remains super unknown.
22.09.2018 - 14:33
Rating: 9
"The Quaker"
It is so good, the production, the songs, the performances... a little unbalanced, but should still be a classic, and it's so criminally overlooked it hurts.

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