Post Mortem Portraits of Loneliness

The Dogs - Post Mortem Portraits of Loneliness
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January 4, 2021 / Release Date
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Drabant Music / Label
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It is the first monday of the year, and a new album from the dogs is here as is tradition.
a pandemic won't stop one of the most fun crazy live bands from dropping the yearly offering.
Though as i mentioned, these guys work better in the live arena. It feels weird not having the usual tour and festival summer with these guys and just moshing and dancing like crazy, but as sure as the day is 24 hours i have no doubts that once it is responsible and safe again, they will be among the first people ... read more
Like clockwork The Dogs release a new album at the beginning of the year!

and like clockwork i hate it...
The Dogs - Post Mortem Portraits of Loneliness

Genre: Garage Rock
Country: Norway

Final Verdict: 52% (Pleasant Album)
Yearly Ranking: 3rd / 3

Highlight: Forces Hands

Made me think of:
The HIves
Oh Sees
Mikal Cronin
A bang average rock record, with a mix of interesting and boring tracks. Nothing too remarkable, but there are certainly some highlights worth checking out.

Best Tracks: Who's Not Doing Great, Do You Wanna Die, Meat Vulgarity, Forced Hands
I love to listen to new releases all each, but even more the very first week of the year. It's fresh, a new start. The Dogs presents their new album and it's a good start with the first two songs...but then it's pick n choose.
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Added on: January 3, 2021