Dodge Cat took to Twitter to tease the potential title of her upcoming fourth album.
The artist took to social media to tease that the sequel to “Planet Her” 2021 should be released sometime this year. After confirming that a title has already been set for her fourth album, she tweeted “#hellmouth”, making her fans believe that this is the name of the release.
The name seems appropriate, as her recent social media posts feature devilish outfits.
She is no stranger to the topic of the underworld, she previously said that she plans to do “weird shit” to deliberately incite conspiracy theories that she was in the Illuminati.
— Hellmouth (@DojaCat) March 22, 2023
Fans also speculated about what genre the album would be in. Dodge has previously stated that she wants to do “raw, unfiltered hardcore punk.”
“I want to explore punk,” she said, “but not pop punk. I feel like we have enough pop-punk artists right now. And if more is needed, then let it be more, but I don’t think I’m the one who will do it.”
She added: “I want to explore more raw, unfiltered, hardcore punk. It’s just something I do for my own personal pleasure — getting drummers and guitarists together. And I don’t even know if it will work out there.”
A new album is expected later in 2023.
From other news: Doja Cat was one of the artists chosen by John Cena for the official soundtrack of WWE 2K23.
She also performed a rendition of Beyonce’s “Drunk in Love” while playing PowerWash Simulator.
Doja Cat originally joined Twitch back in 2021 to stream the horror game Little Nightmares, and then used the platform to help her pass the INSIDE level the following month. Since then, it has been broadcast from time to time, usually announcing that it will go on the air without any warning.