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DOG EAT DOG readying first album since 2006

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Dog Eat Dog, the eminent crossover maestros, have inked a deal with Metalville Records, with a promise to drop their fresh album ‘Free Radicals‘ later this year. The album’s artwork is a remarkable creation of Barcelona’s own artist, Marcos Cabrera.

Following a hiatus marked by relentless touring, Dog Eat Dog resurfaces with ‘Free Radicals,’ a comeback that was worth every tick of the waiting clock. The album packs 14 robust and inspiring tracks, offering an eclectic mix of modern styles without abandoning their iconic roots. Expect a palette of varied tones, moods, dynamics, and tempos, all bursting with the band’s evergreen energy and positive vibes.

Singles like “Lit Up,” “Never Give In,” and “Man’s Best Friend” are sure to satiate fans with their hefty guitars, groovy rhythms, and addictive choruses — the hallmarks of Dog Eat Dog’s sound. Meanwhile, “Bar Down” signals the band’s thirst to navigate uncharted waters, pushing their own limits and experiences to create a truly unique sonic landscape.

Dog Eat Dog’s international roster, coupled with their inventive approach to music and performance, has solidified their reputation as a must-see live act. ‘Free Radicals’ stands as a testament to their prowess and rekindles memories of why they’re often hailed as the pioneers of the crossover genre.

Dog Eat Dog
Dog Eat Dog

While the release date and tracklisting remain under wraps, fans are advised to keep their eyes peeled for imminent announcements. For more information, follow the band’s official channels. The wait might have been long, but Dog Eat Dog promises it will be worth it.

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