Southern California alt rockers DOMMIN have premiered the video for the song “The Girls” via Revolver. Watch it here.

The crazy catchy song is from the band’s second album Rise, out now.

It’s essentially a “selfie” video that was filmed atop a building in downtown Los Angeles, with the band members tossing around a GoPro Hero 4 camera like a hot potato. They dropped the camera and even kept that part in! Essentially, Dommin were the directors, the performers, and the cameramen.

Go here to grab a free download of “The Girls.”

The video for “The Girls” follows their cover of Type O Negative’s beloved doom ‘n’ gloom track “Love You to Death,” which you can revisit here.

If you like Danzig, HIM, and Sisters of Mercy, then you will certainly gravitate towards Dommin.

2016 will see the public, digital-only release of Rare, a collection of previously unreleased tracks and B-sides that was available solely through the band’s quickly and fully funded Pledge campaign. Dommin will launch another Pledge campaign for their third album sometime this year.

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