DOOMSDAY OUTLAW follow up their hugely successful release of ‘Suffer More’ with their new video for the single ‘Bring You Pain’.

‘Bring You Pain’ is a foot stomping monster rocker, heavily infused with blues and huge riffs and guaranteed to get the party started. If you like your rock big, bluesy and brash then this is a must!

Bassist Indy Chanda had this to say:
“The song’s about everyone who’s had a beautiful relationship implode on them and dealt with it in, perhaps, not the healthiest way – by going out and making questionable decisions and being a bit of a dick. But rather than make it miserable and angry – we decided to hitch it up to a neck-snapping blues stomper and celebrate the fact that you sometimes need to let off some steam!”

Quote from Powerplay Magazine on this new album:
“Holy shit this album had me tied up in knots it is that good. It is quite simply….perfect”

‘Suffer More’
Following hot on the heels of their last year’s release, the critcially acclaimed ‘Black River’, Midlands rising rockers Doomsday Outlaw spread their wings on their latest record ‘Suffer More’, bringing their trademark Southern rock and metal alongside dirty heavy blues – the fifteen tracks of heavy groove-laden rock taking in Black Stone Cherry and Zakk Wylde, and weaving in classic Maiden, Faces and Hendrix to their sound. Play LOUD!

‘Suffer More’ was recorded and mixed at Snug Recording in Derby by Richard Collins (Lost Alone, Therapy?), mastered by Pete Maher (U2, The Rolling Stones, Jack White)

The band have gained a large and fast-growing fan base from their blistering live shows and are building further on that with this album release. They are available for interviews now so if you’d like to talk to them about please let me know.

“Couldn’t turn off that classic rock goodness” – BBC Introducing (radio airplay of “All That I Have”)
“Godzilla stomp” Planet Mosh
“stomps around like a hairy beast… Lynyrd Skynyrd drinking moonshine with Clutch and Motörhead” Maximum Volume
“exceptional songwriting…..riff-filled explosion….” Worship Metal
“every song swings a ten-ton sledge to your cranium”
“all lean, stripped back and ready to hit the road” Midlands Rocks

Doomsday Outlaw are:
Phil Poole – Vocals
Steve Broughton – Guitar
Gavin Mills – Guitar, Indy – Bass
John ‘Ironfoot’ Willis – Drums

John Willis makes his own ‘Ironfoot’ brand drums, which is pretty damn amazing! Indy is endorsed by Italia Basses through JHS, and Phil is endorsed by VocalZone.

‘Suffer More’ will be available to buy from the Doomsday Outlaw website, as well as iTunes, Amazon etc
Twitter: @doomsdayoutlaw