The Dogs Divine
From: United States
Last Known Status: Active
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"It's not the size of the dog in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the dog." That phrase seemed so appropriate that The Dogs Divine titled the band's second album "Size of the Fight." Founded in 2007, the band quickly went to work creating music and after playing only one show was signed to Chavis records to release a debut album in the summer of 2008. Fast forward to today and you will find a much more impressive effort in "Size of the Fight" (reviewed here).
Today Noisecreep is hosting an exclusive stream of the bands new video for the track "Hell Wouldn't Have Me." Get a first look at the video at this location.
"We didn't worry about genres or trends, we just wanted to write something that had all the elements of a great Rock album" says vocalist Tom Hart, "We wanted to have a instrumental, we wanted to remake a classic song like we did with 'I'm in love with my car.' We didn't want just a collection of songs that all sounded the same." More...
We've been on a mission to get every band's favorite pit stories from live shows, and this week The Dogs Divine shares the following story of an unexpected on-stage dance session:
In 2008 we were doing a show in Melbourne Florida...and this girl from the crowd in a really short skirt and extremely tight top gets on stage. At first she just kinda starts dancing in one place, shaking her hips kinda thing. Well there is this large group of Military MPs that are shipping out in the next day or so to Afghanistan, so they are getting their party on before they leave, well these guys really start encouraging this chick to give them a show.
So, next thing I know, while we are in the middle of a song I might add, she starts going into this choreographed type of moves, I mean it looked like it came out of that movie Flash Dance. I mean spins and kicks and jumping and just all over the stage, from one end to the other. So much so the guitarist and I kinda had to move as far back as possible and basically hug the amps to keep out of her way and avoid a collision.
So we finish the song and it was one of those spots in the set where we just would do a four count on the high hat and go right into another song. So she stays on stage and starts this routine again. So finally we finish the second song and ask her, or rather guide her of stage.
Be sure to check back in again next Tuesday as we continue to share more mosh pit stories.