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Doll Riot Announce Upcoming Shows, Wrap Production On Debut Full-Length Album

Doll Riot Announce Upcoming Shows, Wrap Production On Debut Full-Length Album

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Doll Riot Announce Upcoming Shows, Wrap Production On Debut Full-Length Album

The San Diego alt/punk rockers keep moving with a new album coming later this Summer. Listen to the current single “Those Days” now.

San Diego, known as a hotbed for rock and punk legends such as Drive Like Jehu, Rocket From The Crypt, and No Knife, has been the home of the much-buzzed group Doll Riot. With already 60 + shows fully rocked over the past year, the all-girl punk rock outfit has dropped multiple singles and just wrapped recording sessions for their debut full-length album. Recorded at The Pale Moon Ranch, Doll Riot recently tracked the album at the studio and with Alex Estrada, who is responsible for iconic albums from Touché Amore, Joyce Manor, Silver Snakes, and Rotting Out.

Upcoming shows for late October through December have been announced below. Dates include stops with TSOL, Slingshot, Pleasure Pill, Centershift and more.

The expectations with Doll Riot are already exciting and highly anticipated, but this young group knows a thing or two about making high-quality, high-energy tracks. As the group has built their career in Northern San Diego, they have since played tour dates around the West Coast, even playing an official Punk Rock Bowling show recently. The new record will be on the heels of their 2022 Self-Titled EP and the 2023 single “Those Days”.

Listen to “Those Days” on Spotify | Apple Music | Youtube

Upcoming Shows:

10/26 – The Casbah – San Diego, CA (w/ TSOL)
10/29 – Gorefest – Lompoc, CA
11/17 – Corbin Bowl – Tarzana CA (w/ CENTERSHIFT)
11/18 – Hotel Ziggy – West Hollywood, CA (w/ Centershift and MAL)
11/24 – The Casbah – San Diego, CA (w/Pleasure Pill, Sands)
12/03 – Pourhouse – Oceanside, CA
12/09 – Solaris – Murrieta, CA (w/ Slingshot)
12/10 – Solaris – Murrieta, CA (w/ TSOL)

Doll Riot has shared the stage with legendary groups like Agent Orange, and forged scene-building relationships stretching from San Diego to Los Angeles counties with groups like Poison Hearts, Spray Allen, Death Valley Girls, Luby Sparks, and many others. The band’s sound conjures the legendary “riot girl” genre that defined the 90’s underground and will remind many seasoned listeners of favorites including L7, Hole, Bratmobile, Lunachicks, and Bikini Kill.

Doll Riot is London (Bass), Ella (Guitar), Lillee (Drums/Vocals), and Elena (Lead Vocals) and you can learn more about the band at

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