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Editors’ Notes

Attila’s fourth studio album is hardly a departure from the Atlanta quintet’s self-coined “partycore” (death metal songs championing weekend debauchery) — if anything, Outlawed improves on their past formulas. Over relentless eardrum pummeling, singer Chris “Fronz” Fronzak screams about the kind of hedonism that would make Axl Rose blush. The title-track rips the top off the album by dropping the listener right into the middle of their metal maelstrom. Following a deadly spray of rapid-fire drumming and guitar riffs, Fronz screams sound like a desperate man trying to escape a straitjacket. By the second track, “Light Me Up,” it’s evident that Fronz’s vocal range has expanded greatly. Long gone are the nasal-toned caterwauls of his higher register — he now inflects with more control and precision, not unlike Mike Hranica of The Devil Wears Prada. The band plays off the rails throughout Outlawed. They even manage to make a cowbell sound brutal on “Another Round” where Sean Heenan’s explosive drumming drives the party juggernaut into the next weekend.

Customer Reviews


This album is absolutely awesome. After I heard Rage, I didn't think they could get any better, but I was proven wrong. The album is heavier, more fun, and catchier than ever before. One of my favourite parts is that they brought back some of the rap elements from earlier albums that weren't present on Rage, ie the song "White Lightning." Attila's teaming up with Joey Sturgis seems to have worked well for the overall sound of the album, a perfect album production-wise. If you want a fun AND heavy album, spend the few bucks and pick this up.

I love ATTILA !!!!

Amazing album, great job guys, fronz actually managed to scream even faster. The riffs are killer. OMG just amazing all around. Can't wait til they come back to toronto.

Love it!

Very impressed by attilas ability to make the same style of music sound completely different between albums. Love the vocals on this one!


Formed: 2005 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Party-hearty death metal rockers Attila formed while in high school in their hometown of Atlanta in 2005, around the core of founders Chris "Fronz" Fronzak (vocals) and Sean Heenan (drums). The band played parties and festivals in and around Atlanta. Their first long-player, 2007's Fallacy on Statik Factory Records, has been an underground favorite since its release. Their second album, 2008's aptly named Soundtrack to a Party, was also issued on Statik Factory; it garnered the same praise as its...
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