DOOM performs “Ballskin” live at The 100 Club, London, on April 18th, 2003.
This looks pretty appetizing. From StonesThrow.Com: Release date: June 21, 2011. Pre-orders at Stones Throw will ship the second week of June, 2011. MF DOOM’s debut album OPERATION: DOOMSDAY was originally released in 1999. It has seen at least two different versions on different labels, gone in and out of print, bootlegged, and even released [cont.]
The story behind this is that we were hosting MF Doom’s website at the time, and had a close relationship with Doom. Sometime in 2006, Doom had a series of projects dropping all at once, which included the King Geedorah album, some Special Herbs instrumental projects, and a live album, if memory serves correctly. Under [cont.]
From StonesThrow.Com: As we announced back in January, DOOM’s own label Metalface Records is releasing the first complete & remastered version of OPERATION: DOOMSDAY, containing the original album, alternate versions, b-sides and instrumentals – 42 tracks total – with all new artwork and two deluxe, metal formats: 2/CD LUNCHBOX and 4/LP METALBOX each contain a [cont.]
DOOM fires off some tour dates for his trek around Europe. Wed 13 Oct 2010 – UK – Manchester – Academy 1 Thu 14 Oct 2010 – UK – London – Brixton Academy Fri 15 Oct 2010 – UK – Brighton – Concorde 2 Sat 16 Oct 2010 – UK – Bristol – Academy 1 [cont.]
With Operation Doomsday originally being pulled from shelves due to it’s Dr. Doom featured cover art, it’s been some time since the album has been available. Traffic Entertainment Group is getting ready to release the reissue in the near future, and painter Jason Jagel gives a preview of the new improved cover in the above [cont.]
This was Doom’s first UK performance ever, recorded last week @ The Roundhouse in London. No Doomposter here… Photos by watchlooksee.
HEY, THAT’S NOT M.F. DOOM!
Well, you can take this for what it’s worth, but MF Doom will be “performing live” at the following dates – and by “performing live”, we mean… well, we don’t really know what that means these days. But hey…. ZURICH – March 7th – TICKETS LONDON – March 5th – SOLD OUT Sonar Showcase including [cont.]
Always a man of mystery, M.F. Doom has a long history of rhyming under different names and aliases, and subsequently releasing different albums with many different record labels. Having worked with many of the top indie imprints in the biz, including Fondle ‘Em, Stones Throw, and Rhymesayers, this time Doom is found back at Lex [cont.]
Who Is This Man? It’s not only the album title of this MF Doom produced album, but the question I had to ask about his partner, John Robinson. While Doom’s work has long been heralded, John Robinson hadn’t made a splash on my radar. Given the album title, though, it’s clear he’s out to explain [cont.]
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