The Doomsday Project – album review

The Doomsday Project album coverOn February 18th 2015 Guernsey pop-punk four-piece The Doomsday Project release their self-titled debut album.

Despite only being in their teens the band have been gigging regularly for a few years including slots at the Chaos festival and supporting UK rockers Evarane amongst frequent outings at The Vault, The Doghouse and more.

As well as featuring in session on the January 2015 edition of BBC Introducing Guernsey, I was given a sneak preview of The Doomsday Project’s album and my review was published in The Guernsey Press on Saturday 8th February 2015:

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3 thoughts on “The Doomsday Project – album review

  1. […] tends to stick to the weekend. So, it seemed an odd choice when The Doomsday Project announced their album launch for a likely cold (it was) Wednesday night in […]

  2. […] been playing around the island for a few years February marked the launch of the debut album from young pop-punks The Doomsday Project with a special show at The Vault that showed how the four teens had gone from shy youngsters […]

  3. […] band seemed to go down well and even got a handful on their feet for a mix of original songs from their debut album and classic punk covers including their now standard, excellent, take on Jilted John and a […]

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