Dorothy Plans on Making a Black Sabbath-Inspired Album

'We are going to revisit those heavy roots'

Dorothy has been touring almost non-stop since releasing their latest album 28 Days in the Valley back in March 2018. From headlining club shows, appearing in music festivals, to touring with the likes of Breaking Benjamin and Greta Van Fleet, Dorothy's star has been consistently on the rise.

In an interview with Artist Waves, vocalist Dorothy Martin revealed that she plans on writing a third album inspired by the classic rock bands she grew up listening to.

"We are going to revisit those heavy roots," Martin said. "Think Black Sabbath – they are a huge inspiration to me. I’m really excited about it. I have no idea who is going to produce it, but we’ve written a few songs."

On top of Black Sabbath, Martin says that she plans on writing music inspired by artists like AC/DC, Led Zeppelin and Nirvana.

"We want to make the fans happy while at the same time making us as musicians proud," Martin said.

As her musical journey continues to march forward, Dorothy believes that after struggling with health issues, staying sober, and falling in love, the emotional rollercoaster she has been on could lead to lyrical content even deeper than that of 28 Days in the Valley.  

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