Doro Pesch has always been a natural fighter. One who stays true to herself with heart and soul. She is an icon and a decisive power in the Heavy Metal scene. One who doesn't give up when life becomes hard and who doesn't shy away from long and difficult paths.
Doro found the band Warlock, gains a record deal for them and can lead the life that she used to love in her childhood so much: The life on the road. Travelling around the world.Soon she plays shows with bands such as Ozzy Osbourne, Bon Jovi or Judas Priest and turns to an idol for the whole music scene. Doro turns, as the first female bandleader of the whole genre, to an example for many others to follow. Especially for many other women. Until now Doro has that role. Warlock has turned into a legend and a true cult band. Due to songs as "Für Immer", "True as Steel", All We Are" or "I Rule The Ruins" their name has become immortal and is still alive.
As well - or maybe especially - the new Doro album "Warrior Soul" carries on the spirit of the old Warlock times and adapts it to the current times. And times have seldom been better for Doro: during the last months several TV gigs - among others at two of the most famous German broadcasting stations (SAT1; RTL) - have underlined the enormous status of the Metal Queen. The success with the EP "In Love And Friendship" (4 weeks in the German Top 100) honoured somebody who truly deserves it. But confidence of success has never been a reason for the natural fighter to rest. Doro would not be Doro, if she had not put all of her heart and energy into "Warrior Soul". Once again she had to go a long way. It has leaded her from the already familiar Yellohouse Studio in Wuppertal (Germany), the Atom-H-Studios and the cooperation with Chris Lietz and Torsten Sickert to the Switzerland where she worked together with Deezl Imhof (Foolpark Studios) and film director Luke Gasser. A great number of future hits have been developed on her journey as for example "Stranger's Yesterday", "Above The Ashes" or "You're My Family" which is dedicated to the many true Doro Fans. The Metal Queen has herself very special feelings for the album which she has not experienced anymore for a long time. "It's such an extremely strong feeling" she explains "It's just overwhelming."
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