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From Frontiers:

OUT OF THE PRIMORDIAL OOZE comes DOOMSDAY OUTLAW! A ten-legged armageddon machine rolling out of darkest Derbyshire, spitting heavy riffs and heavier grooves in all directions. Tales of hope and despair to bang your head to and lose your voice singing along. 

Their released their album "Suffer More" independently in May 2016 to widespread acclaim (see below) and then set about perfecting their live show. Effortlessly mixing heavy blues stomp with a melancholy tuneful edge, they recall Clutch, The Temperance Movement, Blackberry Smoke, Screaming Trees, and Led Zeppelin, just to name a few. This album, "Suffer More" was the one that put the band to the attention of Frontiers and led to the label signing the band for the album “Hard Times”, released in May 2018 to more worldwide acclaim! Frontiers is now reissuing "Suffer More" so even more rock 'n roll fans can hear what all the buzz is about. 

A selection of reviews for the SUFFER MORE album:

"Brilliant" - BBC Introducing

"A tour de force." - TBFM - 10/10

"Massive, swaggering groove." - Maximum Volume - 9.5/10

"Oozes class and swagger and style." - The Midlands Rocks - 9/10

"Doomsday Outlaw’ could well be the best independent rock band in the UK at the moment." - The Rockpit (AUSTRALIA) - 4/5

"Wouldn’t sound out of place headlining a major festival." - Altcorner - 8/10

Tracklisting:

1. Walk On Water
2. Fallback
3. Driftwood
4. All That I Have
5. Suffer More
6. Pandemonium
7. I've Been Found
8. Bring You Pain
9. Blues For A Phantom Limb
10. Saltwater
11. Standing Tall
12. Wait Until Tomorrow
13. Jericho Cane
14. Running Into You
15. Tale Of A Broken Man

Line-Up:

Steve Broughton - guitars
Indy Chanda - bass
Gavin Mills - guitars
Phil Poole - vocals
John Willis - drums

 

https://www.doomsdayoutlaw.com
https://www.facebook.com/DoomsdayOutlaw

 

 

 

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