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Dommin Merch Store Closed

The Dommin.Net merch store has closed. The last of the physical copies of Beautiful Crutch CDs and Vinyl were discontinued at the store’s closing at Midnight, December 31, 2021. The band sold the remaining Mend Your Misery physical CD’s, signed CD’s and rare merch items. You can still visit the band’s Threadless Shop by clicking on STORE in the Dommin.Com navigation menu.  There you will find apparel and accessories, but no physical music media.

Kristofer Dommin releases Retrospect

Kristofer Dommin has released an EP called Retrospect now available on all digital streaming platforms. It includes re-recorded versions of New, Tonight and The Quiet Man done in a more roots and rockabilly style. Check out Retrospect by clicking here

New 4th Of July Themed Merch

Dommin has added two 4th of July-themed t-shirts to the Threadless Shop. One features the RoseSkull in an American Flag print and the other is the Moon Rose image with a red, white and blue theme.

Social Media Blitz!

For the entire month of May, Kristofer Dommin will be posting every single day about a song in the Dommin catalog. He will discuss information about the writing of the song, influences and stories behind the music. These posts will be primarily on Instagram and Instagram stories and will also be pushed to Facebook. Be sure to follow along @Dommin on Instagram and engage in some of the trivia.

Love Is Gone – 10 Year Anniversary!

Hey everyone!

It has been 10 years since the band Dommin released our major label debut, “Love Is Gone.” It also generally marks the time period that we were most actively touring and when most of our current fans heard us for the first time. To celebrate, we initially wanted to release a vinyl version and there were a few other ideas brewing as well. When we contacted our former label about it, we were basically told it’s too hard and too expensive. That’s what happens when you don’t own your masters, to all you aspiring musicians. In any case, what we did was record a brand new version of Dark Holiday just a couple of months ago and we called it the “Decadent Version.” It has some small changes that you may recognize from our performance of the song at shows like the honky tonk piano sound, the big hits before the 2nd chorus and a few other things as well. We also recorded a better sounding acoustic version. This will be released on February 2, 2020. It will be available on every streaming and download platform. So check it out on Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, GooglePlay, Amazon or wherever you get your music. Please add it to your playlists and share it with your friends and followers.

The cover art for this Single/EP is comprised of characters that were sketched during the storyboarding phase for the stop-motion music video idea that never came to fruition.

Finally, for no other reason than to celebrate, we made available a free download of a cover song that we created during our last PledgeMusic campaign for Beautiful Crutch. Check out our cover of “I Feel You” by Depeche Mode on

We hope that you have fond memories of this time as we do. We hope you’re enjoying the re-release of Mend Your Misery and we hope you’re looking forward to the 4th Dommin album, loosely slated for Spring of 2021.

Let’s get everyone to share their pictures, videos and memories of this time on their socials. And please tag us so we can reshare them too.

Thank you for all the memories and good times. We hope you are all well and we still hold hope that we will see everyone again soon.

From the heart,

Kristofer, Konstantine, Billy & Cameron

Mend Your Misery (re-issue)

Due to popular demand, we have re-issued our independent album, Mend Your Misery. This album contains original recordings of songs like My Heart, Your Hands, Tonight and I Still Lost, as well as unreleased songs like You Can’t Love. Originally released in December of 2006, Mend Your Misery was the result of two recording sessions with producer team Locas Productions which eventually became Dirty Icon (Lucas Banker & Logan Mader). The first took place in August of 2005 and the second in January of 2006. Together, they made for the full album that was eventually released later in the year. These recordings also feature drums by a studio musician for the August sessions and by Kristofer’s older brother in the January sessions. It was recorded at Undercity Recording Studio in Hollywood, California. Cameron joined the band in 2008.

Listen now everywhere music is streamed and downloaded.

Dommin releases new single Change

The new single titled “Change” is out now and available everywhere digital music streamed and downloaded.

A link from the Music page to the iTunes store is now live.