Amon Amarth, Kreator, Etc. Members To Guest On Doro’s New Album

Doro Pesch has revealed that her new album, which is set to be released in August 2018, will feature guest appearances from members of Amon Amarth, Kreator, and Sabaton members. They are all expected to sing on the same track.

Doro told SixX Strings the following:

“We will play the Wacken [Open Air] festival [next year], which is the biggest European festival — it’s awesome — and then the same day the new record will come out.”

“We will have some great guests. At the moment, I think the Scandinavian metal scene is so awesome, so we will definitely have one anthem where everybody is singing, from Johan [Hegg] from AMON AMARTH and Mille [Petrozza] of KREATOR and probably the singer of SABATON [Joakim Brodén]. It’s a great anthem — I think it could even top [WARLOCK’s classic song] ‘All We Are’ — and everybody’s singing on it. And this could be really, really good. It’s hooky like hell. And we have some other guests — great people. I can’t tell you too much, because when it doesn’t work out, then everybody would be so disappointed. But it’s all in the making right now, and, yeah, I promise a killer album. Many great guitar players as well.”

[via Blabbermouth]

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Doro Hopes To Release New Album In August 2018

Doro Pesch was recently interviewed by Metal Jacket Magazine, and revealed that she is planning to release a new album around this time next year. She said the following:

“We’re gonna put out a new record next year. So it will be out… We wanna try to time it, like, first week in August — punctual for the Wacken [Open Air] festival [in Germany] — and then we’re gonna do a big tour.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Doro To Celebrate 30th Anniversary Of Warlock’s “Triumph And Agony” On September 2017 U.S. Dates

Doro has announced some September U.S. shows in which she plans to celebrate the 30th anniversary Of Warlock’s “Triumph And Agony.” Here’s the dates:

09/08 – Worcester, MA – Palladium
09/10 – New York, NY – B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
09/12 – Westland, MI – The Token Lounge
09/14 – Chicago, IL – Reggies
09/16 – West Hollywood, CA – Whisky A Go Go

Doro Pays Tribute to Lemmy Kilmister With New “It Still Hurts” Video

Today (December 28) marks the one year anniversary of Lemmy Kilmister’s tragic death, and many artists have been paying tribute to the legendary Motörhead frontman. A particularly touching tribute comes from Doro Pesch, who released a new video for her and Kilmister’s 2012 track “It Still Hurts.”

Doro said the following:

“Today is exactly one year ago since the rock ‘n’ roll world lost Lemmy Kilmister, one of its greatest ever — and one of my best and most beloved friends. One year… and we miss Lemmy so much. The wish to honor him and his remembrance day with a video, showing some beautiful moments, came from deep within our hearts. And here it is: In Memoriam – Lemmy. It still hurts… R.I.P., my dear friend Lemmy — we love you!”

Doro Premieres “Love Me In Black” Live Video From “Strong And Proud – 30 Years Of Rock And Metal” DVD

Doro has premiered a new live video for her song “Love Me In Black.” The footage is from her new live DVD, “Strong And Proud – 30 Years Of Rock And Metal,” which will be released on June 24. This will feature Doro’s 30th anniversary shows, which took place during her extensive 2013 – 2014 world tour.

Doro Premieres “Bad Blood” Live Video Feat. Lordi

Doro has premiered a new live video of her performing her song “Bad Blood,” with Lordi. The footage is from her new live DVD, “Strong And Proud – 30 Years Of Rock And Metal,” which will be released on June 24. This will feature Doro’s 30th anniversary shows, which took place during her extensive 2013 – 2014 world tour.

Doro Premieres “Raise Your Fist In The Air” Live Video From “Strong And Proud – 30 Years Of Rock And Metal” DVD

Doro has premiered a new live video for her song “Raise Your Fist In The Air.” The footage is from her new live DVD, “Strong And Proud – 30 Years Of Rock And Metal,” which will be released on June 24. This will feature Doro’s 30th anniversary shows, which took place during her extensive 2013 – 2014 world tour.