Metalface - Career - 2006–2009


DOOM produced tracks for both of Ghostface Killah's 2006 albums Fishscale and More Fish, and the two are currently at work on a collaboration album titled Swift & Changeable. So far only tracks released from the album are "Victory Laps" on and "Angels", which appeared on a Nature Sounds compilation in late 2006, and later re-released in a different fashion on Doom's 2009 album Born Like This. He revealed plans for a second Madvillain album with producer Madlib, with one song, "Monkey Suite", first appearing on the Adult Swim/Stones Throw Records album Chrome Children, later it appeared on Madvillainy 2 - The Madlib Remix.

Despite no new DOOM releases in 2006, Kidrobot and Stones Throw released an 8" tall Madvillain toy available to coincide with the release of the Chrome Children CD/DVD (hosted by Peanut Butter Wolf) which featured a DVD performance of Madvillain and several other Stones Throw artists. He continued to work with Adult Swim, doing voice-over work as Sherman the Giraffe on Perfect Hair Forever, being the voice for The Boondocks ads and previews and hosting their Christmas Eve 2006 programming. In late January 2009, Lex Records confirmed Doom's new album would be Born Like This, and that the "MF" would be dropped from his name, now just "DOOM". The album was released worldwide on 24 March 2009. As a teaser, the track "Ballskin" was posted on Doom's Myspace page on 13 January 2009. Snippets of the entire album were made available for streaming on Doom's Myspace on the album's release date. The title for the album was inspired by the poem "Dinosauria, We" by poet and writer Charles Bukowski. Doom samples a performance of the poem by Bukowski on the track "Cellz". Previously, DOOM used a Bukowski sample for a vocal interlude on 2004's "All Outta Ale. "Thom Yorke of Radiohead remixed the track "Gazillion Ear" which is available as an iTunes-only bonus track. On 26 June 2009, Kurious released II which featured Doom on the song "Benetton".

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