Angeles Announces New Album Details, New Lineup

Courtesy: Dark Star Records/Sony/Universal

Angeles will release its next album next year.

The band made the announcement through a news release distributed Friday. The document states the band is scheduled to release its next album, Running Like An Outlaw in March through Darkstar Records/Sony/Universal. Its exact release date is under consideration. Pre-orders are open now.

The album’s track listing is noted below.

“Running like an Outlaw“ tracklisting reads as follows:
1. All Night
2. Nothing But Love
3. Running Like An Outlaw
4. Creatures Of The Night
5. Lords Of Thunder
6. Witch Hunter
7. Magic Touch
8. She’s On Fire

In other news, Angeles has also announced a new lineup ahead of the album’s release. Mason Oliver has replaced Louis Collins on vocals. Collins handled vocals for the band on its most recent album, Hell on High Heels last year. The replacement makes Olver the band’s 12th vocalist.

Also new to the band is bassist Steven Stiers. Stiers replaces Cal Shelton who recorded ‘With Hunter’ with the band ahead of his recent departure from the band. Founding member Dale Lytle and current drummer Danny Basulto are still in the band’s current lineup. Basulto is the band’s sixth drummer while Stiers is the band’s seventh bassist behind Shelton.

In more news, Angeles is scheduled to perform live March 20 at the Whisky-A-Go-Go in support of its new album. The band performed most recently, Nov. 13 at Buffalo Rose in Colorado. The band released two videos from the performance. Audiences can check out the videos at the links below.

More information on Angeles’ new album is available online along with all of the band’s latest news at:



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