Dommin has recorded a cover of “Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loves Me” by The Smiths. This was part of Dommin’s PledgeMusic campaign where fans could purchase exclusive merchandise and one-of-a-kind items including having Dommin cover any song of your choosing. Thank you to the person who pledged for this song! You can download it for free from the Dommin Shop at www.dommin.net
Dommin has released their new album “Beautiful Crutch.” You can download or stream it everywhere digital music is sold including iTunes, AppleMusic, Pandora, Spotify, GooglePlay and Amazon. The PledgeMusic campaign has concluded and fans will be receiving their exclusive merch, signed CDs and vinyl in the weeks to come.
Dommin has offered the song Desire as a free download through PledgeMusic. Click here to get your free MP3!
In addition, Dommin reposted the Kate Upton Guess Lingerie Ad with the lyrics to Desire over the top of it.
Dommin has officially launched the PledgeMusic campaign for the new album ‘Beautiful Crutch.’ Be sure to head over to www.PledgeMusic.Com/Dommin to get access to exclusive updates, music, merch, instruments and a host of other very special items. In the band’s posts, they have also revealed the artwork for the new album.
Originally a special item as part of the band’s PledgeMusic campaign for RISE in 2015, RARE has now been made available to the general public as an abridge 10 song version of previously unreleased songs, alternate version and acoustic versions of songs as well. You can now find RARE at all digital retailers for streaming or download!
Visit AlteRock.Net to watch the new music video for the song “Criminal” off of the extra-special release RARE.
RARE was originally offered to those who participated in the band’s PledgeMusic campaign. The band has since made an abridged version of the album taking it from 14 to 10 tracks and is offering it to the general public starting on September 13, 2016. So check out the video and be sure to download or stream these Rare gems at your favorite digital reltailer.
Kristofer Dommin has posted a raw black and white video of him performing “My Reality” from the album RISE. This version notably has different lyrics in the 1st verse. The singer explains, “I wanted to offer something different with this acoustic rendition. These were actually the lyrics I wrote when I made the song prior to producers telling me to change them because they were too depressing.”
Dommin has premiered their music video for Falling Into Ashes from the album Rise exclusively on Orkus.de.
About the video Kristofer said, “”Konstantine did a great job with this video going for an other worldly almost fantasy type feel. We added a narrative to the original meaning of the song with this video. Instead of just feeling like the world is crumbling around me, we made myself the source of the problem. Anything I go near loses its life and color. Eventually, I cause my own destruction.”
Revolver is hosting the premiere of Dommin’s new “selfie”/POV music video for “The Girls,” a track off of the band’s second album RISE. The band spent an afternoon atop of a downtown Los Angeles building with 360 degree views of downtown high rises and Hollywood hills. The band participated, not only as the performers, but also as the cameramen and directors. They used a GoPro Hero 4 and tossed it around to each band member who was responsible for shooting themselves and the band. The camera even appears to drop twice.
The band has even offered “The Girls” as a free download to anyone that is on their email list or joins their email list.