DOG EAT DOG Re-Record Classic Song At German Studio

DOG EAT DOG spent a few days in a studio near Cologne, Germany in June recording two new versions of the old classic song "Let It Snow"—one a rap/rock version, the other a punk rock version. "I don't know what will eventually happen to these well recorded demos, but maybe someday you will hear them," stated bassist Dave Neabore. "Either way, doing this song in the middle of summer only makes us excited to go to the mountains of Switzerland and Austria this winter! DED will return to Europe in late August for a few last shows. Until then we will continue to write new material for our forthcoming record. I know it's taking forever, but it will happen!! Promise!"

In other news, Neabore was recently asked by the members of the long-defunct MUCKY PUP to play bass for the group's reunion show, which will take place this coming Sunday. "It's really a trip down memory lane hearing those old tunes, from 'Cant You Take A Joke' [to] 'Boy In A Man's World' again, and I feel like a kid again!" Dave said.


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