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DOG EAT DOG release video for “Man’s Best Friend”, another new single off of ‘Free Radicals’

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Dog Eat Dog, celebrated for their distinctive blend of musical styles and known as pioneers of the crossover genre, have dropped their third single, “Man’s Best Friend.” The single is a part of their highly-anticipated new album ‘Free Radicals,’ slated for release on October 20th via Metalville Records.

“Man’s Best Friend” stands as Dog Eat Dog’s ode to their four-legged friends, featuring building verses and anthemic choruses. The track also incorporates one of the “funkiest saxophone lines since ‘No Fronts‘,” according to the band.


After focusing mainly on touring for an extended period, Dog Eat Dog marks their musical return with ‘Free Radicals,’ comprising 14 songs. The album showcases a range of contemporary styles without losing sight of the band’s roots. From big guitars and groovy beats to catchy choruses, the band continues to surprise fans with varied tones, moods, and tempos, all wrapped in their signature energetic style.

Alongside the three singles “Lit Up,” “Never Give In,” and “Man’s Best Friend,” the album also features a track called “Bar Down” that explores new musical avenues for the band, testifying to their willingness to push boundaries.

Dog Eat Dog’s current lineup consists of John Connor on vocals, Roger Haemmerli on guitars, Dave Neabore on bass, and Brandon Finley on drums. Their discography includes acclaimed albums such as ‘All Boro Kings’ (1994), ‘Play Games’ (1996), ‘Amped’ (1999), and ‘Walk With Me’ (2006).

Karol Kamiński

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