Paul Cashmere of Australia's Undercover News reports that former WOLFMOTHER bass player/keyboard player Chris Ross and drummer/vocalist Myles Heskett are said to be upgrading their side-project DOOM BUGGY into their fully-fledged next band.

The drum and bass section of WOLFMOTHER unveiled DOOM BUGGY with a low-key gig at Sydney's Hopetoun Hotel one year ago.

The band is a complete departure from the WOLFMOTHER sound, featuring electronic instrumentals closer to a KRAFTWERK sound than WOLFMOTHER's DEEP PURPLE and BLACK SABBATH influences.

Read the entire report from Undercover News.


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