DOOM to Release Live Album
- Words: Patric Fallon
The metal-faced man now known only as DOOM is set to drop his second live album in his double-decade career as a consistently interesting MC. The forthcoming release is called Expektoration, and features recordings taken from an as-yet-undisclosed NY performance, including renditions of classic DOOM tracks "Kon Karne," "Accordion," and "Change the Beat." Along with DOOM's inimitable flows, his alter-ego King Geedorah and cohort Big Benn Klingon also make appearances. More info on the release—which is ready to drop September 14 via Gold Dust—can be found on the Expektoration micro-site, here.
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