DOOMSDAY OUTLAW : ‘Bring It On Home’ – single from ‘Hard Times’ album out now

Doomsday Outlaw release their new single ‘Bring It On Home’ from their latest album ‘Hard Times’ which is out now. Read below to see what the guys have been up to between touring and their upcoming performance at this year’s Bloodstock festival:

“We have just come off the road after a long run of dates, including
a UK tour with Jizzy Pearl and a sweaty mosh fest at Camden Rocks, and it has been good to get stuck into a bit of songwriting again.
But, in the evenings, we’ve been glued to the TV watching the World
Cup and seeing an England team that can compete at the highest level. We are keeping our fingers crossed in hope rather than expectation that the lads can finally Bring It On Home!” DOOMSDAY OUTLAW

Watch the new video for Bring it on home:

“Doomsday Outlaw have it all – great riffs, solid rhythms and a
singer who should be spoken about in the same company as Rodgers, Coverdale, Hughes, Overland, etc. Buy this album; it’s the only thing you will ever need. Just a shame I can’t give it eleven. 10 out of 10.” POWERPLAY

“The band have once again delivered an absolute corker. Doomsday
Outlaw are doing everything right.”  FIREWORKS

“Doomsday Outlaw is destined to be a big name on the British rock
circuit and ‘Hard Times’ shows a band that is going places and fast.”  ROCK SOCIETY

“Their bluesy, groove laden rock is delivered with a confidence and a
swagger. Doomsday Outlawhave shown that they are no longer just a band with promise but are delivering on that potential right now.” METAL TALK

”DOOMSDAY OUTLAW is a ten-legged hard rock, blues tinged juggernaut based
in darkest Derbyshire. Coupling huge riffs and killer grooves with soaring, soulful vocals to deliver timeless tales of heartbreak and redemption, the group shows off its distinctive sound via a new album, ‘Hard Times’, which was released via Frontiers in May and has been compared to rock behemoths such as Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple and Whitesnake, as well as Black Label Society and Black Stone Cherry.”


13.07.18 MANCHESTER SOS Festival

04.08.18 DRONFIELD Dronfest (4pm)

04.08.18 SILEBY Mind Rocks Festival (8.30pm)

12.08.18 CATTON Bloodstock Festival (Sophie Stage)

14.08.18 MANCHESTER Rebellion *

15.08.18 HULL O’Rileys *

16.08.18 STOKE Eleven *

19.08.18 PONTYPRIDD Muni Arts Centre *

21.08.18 BILSTON Robin 2 *

22.08.18 LONDON Camden Underworld *

23.08.18 BLACKPOOL Waterloo *

24.08.18 BUCKLEY Tivoli *

* with Graham Bonnet Band




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