The Dogs Divine Releases New Music Video For "Hell Wouldn't Have Me"
"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."
The band, Tom Hart, bassist Jim Hart, guitarist Karl Von Heilman and drummer Jeremiah Ross, is anxious to get on the road and bring more rock to the masses. "It's been a rough road," says bassist Jim Hart. "We have been through member changes, managers, booking agents, and everything else you can think of, but at the end of the day we just wanted to keep going and write new music." The band found a home for that music when Tim King (Soil) heard a demo of "Hell Wouldn't Have Me" and signed the group to Mortal Music Inc.
The track listing is as follows:
2. Overnight Sensation
4. Gypsy King
5. Hell Wouldn't Have Me
6. One and Only
7. Brand New Addiction
8. I'm In Love With My Car
9. Join the Crowd
11. One For The Ages
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