DoctoR DooM stream their brand new single »What They Are Trying To Sell
French heavy rock band DoctoR DooM stream the brand new single »What They Are Trying To Sell« taken from their upcoming sophomore album, set to release in 2022 via Ripple Music and Black Farm Records.
Mastered by Kent Stump at Crystal Clear Sound. Artwork by Xavier Aliot.
The band comments: “Just like the rest of our new album, »What They Are Trying To Sell« deals with the downward spiral of our modern society. Of course, it doesn’t mean that we are into conspiracy theories or saying ‘things were better in the good old days’. In this song, we are referring to the disdain and cynicism with which political leaders and the media consider the average citizen (or consumer). We believe that, when it comes down to it, these days we no longer live in the ‘information’ age, but rather the ‘influence’ age. That being said, we also like to have a good laugh!”
Since the creation of the band in 2011 in the French town of Pamiers, DoctoR DooM has blazed an impressive trail for fans of authentic hard rock, metal and progressive blues.
The fruit of a passion for 70s music, as well as recent retrogressive artists such as Graveyard, Witchcraft and Horisont, the band started out like many others by covering rock classics, and little by little original songs made it into their repertoire. In 2012 DoctoR DooM recorded a 3 track EP called »DoomO« which managed to get the attention of US label STB Records, as well as the interest of Rock fans around the world.
Photo by Laura Rubio Ventaja
»This Seed We Have Sown«, the first DoctoR DooM album, was released worldwide on 27th July 2014 via Ripple Music (US) accompanied by a series of limited edition vinyl releases on STB Records. DoctoR DooM have been busy in the studio working on their second album, set to release in 2022 on Ripple Music and Black Farm Records (France).
DoctoR DooM is:
Jean-Laurent Pasquet – Guitar, Vocals
Sébastien Boutin Blomfield – Bass
Michel Marcq – Drums
Betrand Legrand – Guitar
Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well