News Bands D.O.A. to enter studio for 40th anniversary album

D.O.A. to enter studio for 40th anniversary album

Posted Jan. 5, 2018, 7:43 p.m. in Bands by Loren
D.O.A. to enter studio for 40th anniversary album

D.O.A. have announced plans to hit the studio in two weeks for an album to be released later this year, their 40th as a group. Currently untitled, the band says they've written 14 songs and will include a 1980's cover as well.


The album, still to be record, is scheduled for a May release on Sudden Death Records.

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