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Bratana Premieres "Kill Puppets" Lyric Video Featuring Sen Dog

Los Angeles group Bratana has teamed up with us today for the release of the "Kill Puppets" lyric video, featuring a very special guest!

Sen Dog, veteran rapper and member of hip hop group Cypress Hill, has lent his talent to this new project produced by Biohazard front man and veteran producer Billy Graziadei.

Sen Dog offers his talents on the “Kill Puppets” single, culled from the “Rockin' Addiction” album. Check out our exclusive premiere of the subversive lyric video below. The track showcase's Bratana's Val Lapin on vocals, singing in unison with Sen Dog while Graziadei shreds on the guitar.

“Sen Dog and Val really mix well on this single” said DSN Music Group's Guy Giuliano. “It's really an odd couple of sorts... but once you hear the song, it'll get stuck in your head for sure!”

“Rockin' Addiction,” featuring the single “Kill Puppets,” is on sale now via online and mobile digital stores such as iTunes, Amazon.com, Google Play, Spotify, and Rhapsody.

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