Warner Music Group on Tuesday announced the release of “The Doors,” the official iPad app for the iconic band.
Built with the support of drummer John Densmore, guitarist Robby Krieger, keyboardist Ray Manzarek, and the estate of the late singer Jim Morrison, the app features interactive content, unpublished band images and artwork, rare videos, music and more. According to the description, the “app brings the band’s story to life with an unprecedented immersive experience that delves deeply into every aspect of The Doors’ iconic career.”
“The Doors App is divided into several sections, with the The Story button leading to the true centerpiece, proving endlessly intriguing for both veteran fans and new initiates with hundreds of photos, videos, and interviews. All six albums recorded by the original Doors foursome, as well as the two albums recorded later by the Doors as a trio, are spotlighted here through essays from counterculture icons including Patti Smith and Hunter S. Thompson,” according to Warner Music.
This looks like a must-have for every fan of “The Doors.” The app costs $4.99.