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23rd February 2018

doomsday outlaw

Doomsday Outlaw is a ten-legged hard rock, blues tinged juggernaut based in darkest Derbyshire. The band recently signedto Frontiers Records and will release their 'Hard Times' album in May.

Today the video for 'Over And Over', which is taken from 'Hard Times', is premiering here on MetalTalk and you can watch it right here:

'Over And Over' is the the second release from 'Hard Times', as 'Spirit That Made Me' debuted last month and in case you missed it the first time around, here it is again:

Coupling huge riffs and killer grooves with soaring, soulful vocals to deliver timeless tales of heartbreak and redemption, the group is set to show off its distinctive sound to the legions of hard rock faithful around the globe via their new album.

Doomsday Outlaw vocalist Phil Poole says:

"Not wanting to sound clich├ęd, but we're so excited to be sharing our new album with the world. We've given everything to create something we are really proud of and having the opportunity to share it is really what's it's all about. Whether you buy the record, just listen to it, or come and see us live, getting feedback from fans is amazing and is a feeling that never gets old.

"This is a big year for us and we can't wait to get cracking. Look out for some big announcements coming your way and we'll see you on the road! Much love."

Drummer John Willis adds:

"Phil is our ace in the hole. Everything else was in place with the songwriting and performance, but Phil has helped take the band to the next level."

doomsday outlaw

Poole joined the already well-oiled quartet of Steve Broughton and Gavin Mills (guitars), John 'Ironfoot' Willis (drums) and Indy (bass) in June 2015, after which the band really gelled as a cohesive unit. Wasting no time in crafting a killer new set, they subsequently hit the road and have shared stages with Stone Broken, Warrior Soul, Vintage Caravan and Electric Boys.

Self-released in May 2016, the band's debut album, 'Suffer More', received glowing reviews. Mounting critical acclaim plus a burgeoning reputation as a killer live act brought the band to the attention of Frontiers Music srl, a company that is already home to rising UK stars such as Inglorious, Wayward Sons and Bigfoot, in addition to hard rock legends like Whitesnake and Uriah Heep. Realising their enormous potential, label president Serafino Perugino wasted no time in signing the band.

With their new album and a ton of live gigs locked in, including a string of summer festival appearances, 2018 is destined to be the Year of the Outlaw!

doomsday outlaw

Dates already in the diary are:

16th March: Derby, Hairy Dog
31th March: Leicester, Firebug
5th April: Witney, Fat Lil's
26th April: London Black Heart
28th April: Barnsley Old School House
2nd May: Edinburgh, Bannermans *
3rd May: Newcastle, Think Tank *
4th May: Chesterfield, Real Time Live *
5th May: Wolverhampton, Slade Rooms *
6th May: Cardiff, Fuel *
9th May: Oxford, Bullingdon *
10th May: Evesham, Iron Road *
11th May: Buckley, Tivoli *
12th May: Sheffield, Corporation
13th May: London Underworld *
16th May: Reading, Face Bar *
17th May: Norwich, Waterfront *
18th May: Carlisle, Embers *
19th May: Glasgow, Audio *
20th May: Blackpool, Waterloo *
26th May: Bromsgrove, Stoke Prior Country Club **
1st June: SHeffield Corporation ***

* supporting Jizzy Pearl
** Breaking Bands Festival
*** supporting Hardline

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