They'll Never See It Coming

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Even The Dogs

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Even The Dogs are poised to carve a name for their band in the realm of heavy metal. ETD’s debut EP, They’ll Never See It Coming, features five hard-hitting, intense tracks filled with pounding melodies, embellished rhythms and the typical mix of clean and guttural vocals.

The highlight of the EP is “Personal Hell.” It’s one of the calmer tracks, but everything seems to be clicking just right on it; the catchy guitars, thumping drums and heartfelt lyrics will make you want to listen to this track again. The EP ends with the energetic “Down in Flames,” which highlights frontman Eddie Green’s ability to scream with the best of them. Even The Dogs are certainly a band to keep your eye on. For fans of Demon Hunter and Killswitch Engage.

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