Alicia Warrington, like most musicians, has been playing in bands since she was a teenager. By the time she graduated high school, she’d toured across the country and had recorded several independent releases, mainly with metal and punk bands.
She moved to Los Angeles and in very short order found herself drumming for Kelly Osbourne on “The Osbournes.” Before long, Alicia was a highly sought after and respected freelance drummer, sharing the stage with the likes of Kate Nash, The Dollyrots, The Bruises, Tracy Chapman, Selena Gomez, Colton Dixon, and Chris Rene. She also made time for her own creative endeavors, with projects like the The All-Girl Boys Choir helping keep her busy.
Her newest project, DOHRN, takes her back to her roots: good old-fashioned death metal. DOHRN is all Alicia – she plays all the instruments, does all the singing and she’s got an EP about to be independently released in the late spring of this year entitled End of Days.
She’s released the first single, Becoming the Disease, and we look forward to hearing the rest of the EP and maybe even seeing DOHRN on tour.
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