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Doomsday Outlaw – New Tour Dates in December

DOOMSDAY OUTLAW hit the road for a winter mini-tour.

UK blues-rock five-piece, Doomsday Outlaw, are hitting the road for a short run of shows. The band have spent the past few months recording their new album for release next year, and now that it’s in the can, they can’t wait to hit the road and batter some eardrums. Expect a mix of tunes from their highly-acclaimed album Suffer More, along with maybe a tune or two from the new album!

Upcoming shows:
Nov 26– Corporation, Sheffield – supporting Electric Boys
Nov 30 – Trillians, Newcastle – headlinging (FREE SHOW)
Dec 1 – Facebar, Reading – with Warrior Soul
Dec 2 – Firebug, Leicester – Headlining, with Stevie R Pearce and Gorilla Riot
Dec 8 – The Station, Cannock – with Hell’s Addiction
Dec 15 – Wheatsheaf, Oxford – with Dead Man’s Whiskey

All details on the official Doomsday Outlaw website
Doomsday Outlaw formed as a hard-riffing groove machine in the vein of Black Label Society and early Sabbath in 2012, but really gelled with the addition of powerhouse soulful vocalist Phil Poole, whom we recruited in 2016.  Immediately, the band could let fly with their creativity and quickly crafted a set of blues-rock stompers taking in everything from Zeppelin to the Faces, Black Stone Cherry to Maiden.  Not wanting to wait around, the band quickly jumped in the studio to record our own self-release, Suffer More. The album quickly gained great reviews (“Brilliant” – BBC Introducing; “A tour de force – 10/10” – TBFM; “Holy shit – 10/10” – Powerplay magazine; “Now THIS is a find!” – Fireworks magazine) – and the band knew they were onto something good. It’s been a whirlwind period for Doomsday Outlaw.  Having put out Suffer More last summer, they were almost immediately contacted by Frontiers Records (Def Leppard, Wayward Sons, Whitesnake, Bigfoot) and offered an album deal.  The last year has been non-stop writing, demoing, playing and – finally – recording, and they now have the album safely delivered to the label for release next year.

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