Doomsday Outlaw - Suffer More - Album Review
Doomsday Outlaw - Suffer More - Album Review 9
Doomsday Outlaw - Suffer More - Album Review 9
Doomsday Outlaw - Suffer More - Album Review 9
Doomsday Outlaw - Suffer More - Album Review 9
Doomsday Outlaw - Suffer More - Album Review 9
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If you like your rock music with a southern tinge then ​Doomsday Outlaw ​​are a band for you. They take on those classic rock sounds and for amongst the likes of ​Black Stone Cherry. They are currently about to rerelease their very first album ​Suffer More ​which grabbed the attention of their label ​Frontiers​​.

Suffer More ​is more than just a quick album as it boasts a huge 15 tracks. Kicking straight on with “Walk On Water” you can instantly hear why they caught the attention of this label. With its heavy riffs and groovier vocals it becomes what a good rock n roll band should sound like. But this is only the start and as the album continues its clear this 5 piece have a very clear sound. As you continue through the album you get to “All I Have” which begins with almost isolated vocals which showcases the strength of ​Phil Poole’s ​​voice. As the grove sets in while still having a heavy feel it is most definitely lighter than some of their other tracks. This however is the perfect example of that southern tinge which would sound at home settled beside a ​BSC ​​track. While “Blues For A Phantom Limb” does almost what it says on the tin with its extremely bluesy guitars and sound before kicking into those great grooves that the band prove to know so well. This is a band who can cover a wider range of classic rock sounds while still managing to keep a very clear path of who they are.

Once heard it’s very easy to see why the band and Frontiers wanted to rerelease this album. It’s over an hour of good old fashioned rock and roll that has heart and soul that will certainly find itself on repeat.




Walk On Water
All That I Have
Suffer More Pandemonium
I’ve Been Found
Bring You Pain
Blues For A Phantom Limb Saltwater
Standing Tall
Wait Until Tomorrow Jericho Cane
Running Into You
Tale Of A Broken Man


Steve Broughton – guitars

Indy Chanda – bass

Gavin Mills – guitars

Phil Poole – vocals

John Willis – drums

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