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Mojo Love Dog

Mojo Love Dog

Metal / Hard Rock / Punk Keyport, NJ  US

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  • Dominick (Fan)
    Dominick
    Punk, Metal with a touch of Funk. If their live show didn't make you laugh, you should take that stick out of your ass! A band like this doesn't come around to often. If you missed them, you truly missed out.
  • Skarred Kage (Artist)
    Skarred Kage
    Lovin your sound today! If you have time listen to my music and fan me back. Thanks! Alex Skarred Kage
  • FAUST (Artist)
    FAUST
    Thanks for the support! Aleister FAUST's official Website: www.deathmetal.it Facebook: www.facebook.com/faustpgd MySpace: www.myspace.com/faustband2 Reverbnation: www.reverbnation.com/faust YouTube: www.youtube.com/faustpgd E-Store: http://myworld.ebay.it/merch-pgd FAUST is preparing for live dates expected for spring 2012.
  • Ruzik Muzic (Fan)
    Ruzik Muzic
    Wow, Reinvented sounds better than I've heard it! Can't wait for the rest of it!
  • Ruzik Muzic (Fan)
    Ruzik Muzic
    Keep on Bitch Slapping the world brothers!
  • Howie Felthersnatch (Fan)
    Howie Felthersnatch
    Bitch Slap The World is the best song ever.

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Sounds Like: Megadeth, Gwar, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Official Mucky Pup, The Offspring

Label: In Theory Records

Bio: Mojo Love Dog is back after a few years off. The band has a new album soon to be released titled "Reinvented" They will also be shooting a video for the song "Bitch Slap The World" Check back for more info and new songs.

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“ This Keyport-based five piece jam rap, hardcore, thrash, metal, the wide eyed earnestness of Live, the portentousness of Meatloaf, a ‘60s garage rock looseness, ‘70s pot-headed boogie blasts, Elvis, mid-‘80s arena amplification, a blues-based, bottom-heavy funk, and a sax-, ska- and kazoo fueled doo wop tune into the same British Steel blender, hit “play” and duck for cover. Features the killer guitar interplay of Matt Kerwin and Frank Sturt, Eric Shun’s expressive vocals, the stellar bass attack of Howie Reeves, and the blazing sticks of Chris Poling. Standout tracks “Got No Pride”, “Bitch Slap the World” and uncredited track #11 are rude, riff-happy, loud, impossibly catchy, hilariously misogynist, Ted Nugent-intelligent, Circle Jerks-bright, rap-metal-punk hybrids that stand up to repeated spins at maximum volume.”

— Al Muzer, The Aquariun Weekly

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