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Dogjaw release new EP “Christmas Boys”

West Virginia’s Dogjaw have released a new EP called Christmas Boys.

You can give it a listen below.

Christmas Boys was released on December 23rd, 2016.  They last released their self-titled album on May 5, 2016 through Artistic Integrity Records.



Dogjaw release video for “Don’t Need Anyone”

West Virginia’s Dogjaw have released the music video for their song “Don’t Need Anyone.”

You can watch it below.

Dogjaw’s self-titled was released May 5, 2016 through Artistic Integrity Records. The band’s previous album, No One Will Ever Believe You, was released on April 15, 2014 through Rusted Chords Records.



Dogjaw streaming self-titled full-length

West Virginia’s Dogjaw are streaming their brand-new full length, appropriately titled Dogjaw, in its entirety. Check it out below.

Dogjaw was released last week (May 5, 2016) through Artistic Integrity Records. The band have also released a music video for the album’s first single, “Can’t Take Much More,” which you can watch here.

The band’s previous album, No One Will Ever Believe You, was released on April 15, 2014 through Rusted Chords Records.



Dogjaw announce self-titled album; release video for new song “Can’t Take Much More”

West Virginia’s Dogjaw have announced that they will be releasing their third LP, simply titled Dogjaw, on May 5, 2016 through Artistic Integrity Records. The band have also released a music video for the album’s first single, “Can’t Take Much More,” which you can watch below.

The band’s previous album, No One Will Ever Believe You, was released on April 15, 2014 through Rusted Chords Records.



Video: Dogjaw posts parody cover of Danzig’s “Mother”

West Virginia’s Dogjaw released a Mother’s Day-themed parody of Danzig‘s “Mother”. You can check out the video for “Mother(‘s Day)” below.

The band’s latest album No One Will Ever Believe You was released on April 15th, 2014 through Rusted Chords Records.



Dogjaw offer free download of new song “The Bottom”

West Virginia’s Dogjaw are offering a new song titled “The Bottom” up for free download. Give the track a listen below, and head over here to snag it in the digital format of you choice.

The band’s latest album No One Will Ever Believe You was released on April 15th, 2014 through Rusted Chords Records.



Music Video: Dogjaw – “;)”

West Virginia’s Dogjaw have released the music video for their song “;) ”

You can watch it below.

“No One Will Ever Believe You” will be released April 15th 2014 via Rusted Chords Records.



Full Album Stream: Dogjaw – “No One Will Ever Believe You”

West Virginia’s Dogjaw are currently streaming their upcoming full length “No One Will Ever Believe You.” Check it out in its entirety below.

“No One Will Ever Believe You” will be released April 15th 2014 (tomorrow) via Rusted Chords Records.



Dogjaw stream new song “;)”

West Virginia’s Dogjaw are streaming a brand new song titled “;)”. The track will appear on the band’s upcoming sophomore album, No One Will Ever Believe You and you can stream it below.

Dogjaw will release No One Will Ever Believe You on April 15th through Rusted Chords Records.



Free Song Download: Dogjaw – “Cats”

West Virginia’s Dogjaw have are offering their new single “Cats” as a pay-what-you-want download. You can stream it below, or download it here.

The song will appear on the band’s upcoming album, No One Will Ever Believe You, which is due out on April 15th through Rusted Chords Records.



Dogjaw release music video for “Cats”

West Virginia’s Dogjaw have released the music video for their song “Cats” and you can watch it below.

The song will appear on the band’s upcoming album “No One Will Ever Believe You,” which is due out on April 15th through Rusted Chords Records.



DS Exclusive: Dogjaw streams “Cats” off upcoming album “No One Will Ever Believe You”, signs to Rusted Chords

West Virginia’s Dogjaw have announced that they have signed to east coast based punk label, Rusted Chords Records.

They will teaming up to release the band’s sophomore full-length album “No One Will Ever Believe You” which is slated for an April 15th release date.

You can check out an exclusive stream of  the band’s new single “Cats”, which will appear on the album, below.

Dogjaw released their debut album “Pilot” in 2012 on Solidarity Recordings.



Free Download: Various Artists – “Don’t Ever Worry: A Tribute to The Get Up Kids”

The good folks over at Artistic Integrity Records have put together a new tribute compilation titled Don’t Ever Worry: A Tribute to The Get Up Kids. The collection features acts such as The Gunshy, Dogjaw, and Sun Guilt.

You can stream or download the compilation below.

Don’t Ever Worry: A Tribute to The Get Up Kids marks the third Get Up Kids tribute compilation released within the last three months. You can listen to the Pacific Ridge Records tribute here, and the Save Your Generation Records tribute here.



Album Review: Dogjaw – “No One Will Ever Believe You”

In 2012, West Virginia’s Dogjaw released Pilot, a debut album that owed a lot of its sound to Dead to Me and Cobra Skulls. Mostly Dead to Me though. It was a good album. I liked it. Now here we are in 2014, and Dogjaw is ready to release their sophomore effort, No One Will Ever Believe You. And I have to say, they’ve really come into their own with this one. Sure, there are moments when the album sounds like what I imagine the next Cobra Skulls album would have sounded like, and there’s one short vocal melody that’s vaguely reminiscent of Goddamnit-era Alkaline Trio, but it’s clear that No One Will Ever Believe You is Dogjaw defining their sound on their own terms.

The album begins with “Cats”, a sequel to the band’s own “Kittens”, and it acts as the mission statement for the entire album: Yes, this is the same fun-loving Dogjaw as before, but this is a completely new band as well. The instrumentation is tighter, the guitars are layered, the vocals are stronger, the production is crisper… there’s even a piano featured in the intro to a song and a very disco sounding breakdown in another. And the best part is that none of it ever seems over-the-top or distracting; it’s all just very natural in how these songs came together.

Vocalist / guitarist Jimmy Price still has his ghoulish delivery generally reserved for horror-themed psychobilly bands, further helping Dogjaw to step out of the shadow of their influences. Price even shows off his range during the aforementioned disco breakdown (Okay, so it’s not exactly disco but sometimes I have trouble with finding the right words to use. And this way I got to make an accidental semi-Against Me! reference) of “Never Should Have Come Here” and again in “Bad Choices”. In a scene full of gruff, whiskey-soaked vocals, it’s nice to hear a punk band with a softer voice that still hits as hard.

The album isn’t completely about maturity and growth though. Track 9 is titled after an emoticon. Literally… the song is called “;)”. And then there’s “Bad Choices”, which opens and closes with a soundbite between Dr. Peter Venkman (Bill Murray) and Dana Barrett (Sigourney Weaver) from the 1984 classic film Ghostbusters. Even the album title is taken from a quote allegedly spoken by Bill Murray when he decides to mess with everyday people in public. I wouldn’t be surprised if there were more Murray references in the lyrics that went completely over my head.

Dogjaw could’ve just written another batch of songs that sounded like Pilot, called it a day, and that would have been that. Instead they put out a sophomore album on the same level as the likes of It’s Great to Be Alive, The Weight of Air, or American Rubicon*. Yeah, it’s that good. Now if only the band had an official release date for the album so someone else would believe me.

*In case anyone is easily confused, I’ll clarify: No One Will Ever Believe You doesn’t necessarily sound like those albums (okay, maybe it sounds a little bit like Cobra Skulls), but all of those albums represent a huge sonic leap from each band’s respective debuts, and it’s in that regard that this album joins their ranks.

4.5 / 5

RIYL: Cobra Skulls, Dead to Me, Alkaline Trio



Dogjaw (sort of) announce new album

Fort Ashby, WV’s Dogjaw has a post up on Facebook semi-announcing a new album.

No idea when you’ll get to hear it, but boy, our new album puts our first one to shame. YOU SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF YOURSELF, FIRST ALBUM.

That’s all they said, so we don’t have any release details for you. In the mean time, you can check out “No One Will Ever Believe You,” which they released earlier this year, below.

Dogjaw released their debut album “Pilot” last year on Solidarity Recordings.