Doom Announces Second Melbourne Show
Due to popular demand, masked rapper, Doom, has announced a second show to take place in Melbourne.
The rhymesmith comes directly from the concrete jungle of New York bringing with him experience from an underground industry of which he has dominated for 20 years. Doom, who is known to his mother as Daniel Dumile, has been known to go by various monikers, including King Geedorah, Metal Face, Metal Fingers, Viktor Vaughn, Zev Love X.
Following the death of his brother, DJ Subroc, Elektra Records dropped their group, KMD. Dumile suffered depression and became "damn near homeless, walking the streets of Manhattan, sleeping on benches." Their bootlegged album, Black Bastards, helped Doom's rise in the underground Hip Hop scene.
Doom will be performing his second show in Melbourne on Saturday, April 2 at The Espy in St. Kilda. Tickets available from their website.