Suffering Doomsday


MVM approved rockers announce album number two

Following hot on the heels of their last year’s release, the critically 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.


Live shows:
14th April, Grand Central, Manchester.
16th April, Salutation Inn, Nottingham. Supporting Dead Audio Saints.
22nd April, Intake, Mansfield. Supporting Left For Red.
5th May, Corporation, Sheffield. Supporting the Burning Crows.
6th May, The Venue, Selby.
7th May, The Iron Road, Evesham. Supporting the Burning Crows.
14th May, Day of the Riffids, The Plug, Sheffield. Metal all-dayer featuring Regulus, Santiago Kings, Delirium, Firegarden.
26th May, The Waterloo, Blackpool
27th May, Bannermans, Edinburgh
24 June, Dove & Rainbow, Sheffield.

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


Twitter:  @doomsdayoutlaw

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