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Wade MacNeil (Alexisonfire / Gallows) launches brutally honest” new project, Dooms Children

Watch the video for Psyche Hospital Blues, the first single from Wade MacNeil’s new project Dooms Children.

Alexisonfire / Gallows man Wade MacNeil has just launched a brand-new project, Dooms Children.

Wade has shared the first single from the project, Psyche Hospital Blues, which is taken from the self-titled Dooms Children album due out on October 20 via Dine Alone Records.

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This is the most personal music I have ever released,” he reveals of the record, half of which was written during a dark period” and the other half penned while he was in rehab. 

I tried to be honest – brutally at times – and not hide meaning or intent behind flowery language. It’s a record about my life falling apart and then trying to pick up the pieces. Dooms Children is about falling out of love, about addiction and lying awake at night wondering if you’ve made all the wrong choices.”

Watch the video for Psyche Hospital Blues below:

Posted on July 29th 2021, 4:41p.m.
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