Doom, Gloom, Heartache & Whiskey is the third studio album by English hard rock band Viking Skull. Recorded at producer Richard Gavalis's Dome Sound Studios in Royersford, Pennsylvania and drummer Jess Margera's Westtown Lake Studios in West Chester, Pennsylvania, it was released on 27 October 2008 by Powerage and Candlelight Records
Viking Skull are an English hard rock band originally from Corby, Northamptonshire. Formed in 2002, the band currently features vocalist and guitarist Roddy Stone, guitarists Frank Regan and Dom Wallace, bassist Kevin "Waldie" James and drummer Jess Margera. Founded by Stone, Regan and Waldie with guitarist Darren Smith and drummer Gordon Morrison, the group were initially intended as a semi-comedic support band for Raging Speedhorn, which featured some of Viking Skull's members. With Rich Vose replacing Cooper and the addition of Dom Wallace, Doom, Gloom, Heartache & Whiskey was released in 2008. Regan returned for 2012's Cursed By the Sword, and following a brief hiatus, their self-titled studio release, Viking Skull was released February 2, 2016.
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Artists Viking Skull Doom, Gloom, Heartache & Whiskey. Doom, Gloom, Heartache & Whiskey Viking Skull. Doom, Gloom, Heartache & Whiskey. This album has an average beat per minute of 141 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 82/198 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Doom, Gloom, Heartache & Whiskey.
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And if the description might be a bit flowery it's still fairly accurate for Viking Skull, who on their third album, Doom Gloom Heartache & Whisky, are clearly dedicated to that most noble of goals: riffs that collapse skulls and hooks that roar with swagger. Given the title, this is truly a stellar example of truth in advertising. Not to mention solos, because that's what this kind of music best requires, thus the excellent break on "Start a War" - not merely in the heroic mode but the burst follow-through.