Savage Outlaw
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Savage Outlaw

Ashburn, Virginia, United States | SELF

Ashburn, Virginia, United States | SELF
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"The toe tapping, denim-and-leather-clad rock 'n' roll of Savage Outlaw stomp through a set that includes a cover of Black Stone Cherry's 'Blame it on the Boom Boom' " - METAL HAMMER

"Savage Outlaw Metal Assault, Zanzibar, 9.4.2011"

Pagan Hel Reviews

"The day of reckoning approached for Metal Assault night, but not without its nerves. All the bands were hyped to play and that proved it when I was told that all the bands had sound checked by 6.30pm. Great start to what turned out to be an immense gig!

Special thanks go out to Pat for the awesome sound at the Zanzibar. Nice to see a lot of support for him, not only from the bands but for the fans there supporting. Nice one!

Also special thanks to John Beeson for coming up to Liverpool from Slough for this event. Great to finally meet you John.

“SAVAGE OUTLAW” from the Birkenhead area of Liverpool, have only been together for 1 and a half years but surprised us both, as on hearing them on MySpace was not overly keen on them, so was not expecting much at the Metal Assault, but what a great opening to the gig…. Good old rock n roll sounds, came forth in quick succession, all sounding tighter than the previous one.

They played 7 songs in all and got everyone in the mood for the night ahead.

“Snakebite Surprise” was a memorable track as it came across punchy and vibrant and the guys really did the track proud.

Stuie conversed well with the audience and Mark did an amazing job of “Twisted Romeo” with a fantastic guitar solo, and I think one of my favourite tracks from the band. Which goes to show you should never judge a band until seeing them LIVE!

All too quick their set was over and everyone was buzzing. It really paved the way for the other bands, and got everyone into a great mood.

Fantastic set guys loved it! And a great start to the show.

Stuie – Vocals
Jon – Drums
Mark – Guitar
Karl Guitar
Ian – Bass

Set list:
Devils Alibi
Snakebite Surprise
Bad Woman
Twisted Romeo
Sweet Emotion"
- Pagan Hel Reviews

"Twisted Romeo EP Review"

Planet Mosh - Phil Allely - "Us entertainment reviewers are lucky guys and girls you know, after all we quite often get to attend gigs for free, we receive countless promo CDs and merchandise items, and if we are very lucky we even get to meet some of our heroes along the way. Whilst these perks of the job are indeed nice ones to get, I myself enjoy the fact that this job allows me the opportunity to help musicians, promoters and individuals pursue their dreams.

That is why I respect artist’s music whether it is in a genre I enjoy or not. Sometimes those things we fear we’ll dislike can be surprise hits and maybe even open our (sometimes jaded eyes to new genres/styles). However I digress slightly from my point, the other thing I like to see are bands who grab the bull by horns and track individuals like myself down to peddle their wares. I cannot say how important it is for a band to show eagerness and willing to get their work to the right people in this often cut throat business.

One such band are the UK’s own Savage Outlaw, who this reviewer was fortunate to catch live a few months back. They may be already well on their to bigger and better things after receiving the nod to become a part of 2012’s Hammerfest festival, but they still wish to raise their profile with a review on this very website and since they made all the effort to track me down I can’t let that go unmentioned.

Hailing from the North West of the England this five-piece hard rock outfit have been working their way up the bill across the UK mainland for a while now and in timely fashion they seem set to reap what they have sown. With some pretty impressive gigs under their belts this year already, the Hammerfest gig will surely see Savage Outlaw’s popularity and demand grow.

This five track EP showcases the classic rock influenced ensemble perfectly, highlighting their catchy and guitar heavy sound. Each track has a nice energetic vibe to it, with a lyrically sound vocal to accompany the well strung together hooks and beats that one would expect from a well put together heavy-type rock act these days.

Of the songs presented the readily available for download ‘Twisted Romeo’ is perhaps the standout one, balancing perfectly the creativity, enthusiasm and solid performance that this up and coming band possess. However to be perfectly honest there’s nothing wrong with the others either, I’m sure many of us will be front and centre for the Savage Outlaw Hammerfest spot and if you get your hands on this EP you will surely be too."

Written by Philip Allely - Planet Mosh - Phil Allely

"Savage Outlaw @ Hammerfest 4"

Roar Rock - "Over halfway through the band list for the third stage and we are introduced to a Wirral based five strong rock outfit, Savage Outlaw.

With a mix of good old rock ‘n’ roll tinged with metal and blues influences, the band were greeted with a warm Hammerfest welcome. With the Queen Vic steadily filling to near capacity there wasn’t much elbow room but that didn’t stop the crowd wanting to shimmy to the songs.

Riding an edgy rock backing dripped in classic blues changes, Savage Outlaw built an intense set for the duration of their thirty minutes on stage. The band strutted their stuff with a raft of songs building the crowd into a frenzy of music loving delinquents. Added to the set was the vocalist deftly handling a gaggle of the crowd through belting out a chorus or three. It’s this rapport building that that gives a fan a connection to the band and makes you crave for more.

To top off the set a few lucky people caught one of the handful of t-shirts thrown into the crowd, to finish, Savage Outlaw ended their last song with the ubiquitous crash ending in true rock style." - Roar Rock

"Savage Outlaw @ Hammerfest 2012"

Planet Mosh - "There were many highlights over the weekend for me personally and many a hilarious moment. Band wise my favourite sets were from Anthrax, Savage Outlaw, Dripback and Amon Amarth, with the top three spots going to Fury, Evil Scarecrow and of course, Skindred." - Planet Mosh

"Savage Outlaw @ Hammerfest"

Get Your Rock Out - Mikki: "Savage Outlaw were the first band I caught – a 5 piece hard rock band from Birkenhead, Merseyside. They’ve developed a raw and heavy, hard rocking, live sound, and a great live act. They actually won their place on the third stage at Hammerfest 4 after reaching the final of the competition, ‘Highway to Hell 2’. After witnessing their live sound, I believe that the prize was well deserved. This band should have a great future ahead. They’re similar sounding to, and obviously influenced by bands like Black Stone Cherry, Alterbridge and Nickleback in very good ways! They were received very well by the crowd, even though they’re more towards the rock side than the metal – a testament to their performance!" - Get Your Rock Out


Savage Outlaw have just released their first album entitled 'Life of sin'. The songs are currently being played on radio stations such as; Infernal Rock Radio, Mar Pirates, Total Biker FM, XRP Radio, Captain SIB, Phoenix Radio and Merseyside Metal Madness.

Life of sin Includes;

1. Addiction
2. Fire
4. Broken Outlaw
5. Bad Woman
6. Born to lose
7. Snakebite suprise
8. Devils Seduction
9. Tribute

The songs can also be found on our Facebook, and Grooveshark.



Savage outlaw will be releasing thier 2nd studio album in march 2013 and are looking for gigs around the uk to help promote the album and band.

Last year they released thier 1st album life of sin, following this the band went on to play at hammerfest 4 alongside major international acts. They are hoping to repeat that feat if not surpass it with the new album.

We are looking for dates from march onwards and if you feel you have anything you think they'd suit they would love to play.

To find out more about the band check out and our facebook is thank you for checking them out and i look forward to hearing from you.

Savage outlaw are often compared to Black Stone Cherry, Shinedown and Nickelback

A review from Planet Mosh - ''There were many highlights over the weekend for me personally and many a hilarious moment. Band wise my favourite sets were from Anthrax, Savage Outlaw, Dripback and Amon Amarth, with the top three spots going to Fury, Evil Scarecrow and of course, Skindred (official).''