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Peace Love Dogs / Press

“'Peace Love Dogs' Growl Back to Life June 1 at the Precinct in Somerville As they've been threatening for months, Peace Love Dogs, one of the Boston area's premiere post-punk bands of the early '90s, has secured its launching pad for its 20th reunion boondoggle. The so-called "deadhead-industrial-rap" quintet kicks off its Doggy Style 2012 tour at the Precinct in Union Square, bitchin' Somerville, on Friday, June 1, 2012 at 8pm. When asked if Peace Love Dogs was ready for its first show in more than two decades, drummer extraordinaire Tim D. Kane didn't hesitate: "We're going to hump Union Square's leg," the percussionist proclaimed. Doors open at 7:30 for this 21+ show, and there's a $10 cover charge, but hell, with five bands for the price of one, that's about $2/band, if we've done our math right.”

“Piece. Piece of cake. Peace Love Dogs. For Immediate Release - Simsbury, CT. Time to face facts: that raucous early '90s-era Fitchburg-based deadhead-industrial-rap band you've all come to know and love or hate, the Love Dogs, were horrified to learn that in their prolonged 20-year absence, another Boston-area band has since laid claim to their nom de guerre. Normally, this would mean war! But in all honesty, and after doing a little research, those "other" Love Dogs — a so-called Swingin' Rockin' Rhythm & Blues band also based in the greater Boston area — has been around and been at it longer. We were probably just too blissed out on our own awesomeness to realize it at the time. And, since The Love Dogs have always been more about making love, not war, we decided, for the first time in our musical life, to take the high road. A name change was in order. Paraphrasing James Earl Jones immortal quote in "Field of Dreams," we are now and forevermore known as: PEACE LOVE DOGS ”

“Hot on the heels of such recent noted rock band reunions as Hole, & Culture Club, Starting this fall, at an undisclosed in Fitchburg, MA The Love Dogs, will perform a series of one-off gigs up and down the Eastern seaboard. The band will play gigs at all the clubs they played at in their heyday, whether or not those clubs even exist anymore. This includes The Rat, The Channel and Green Street Station in Boston, to name a scant few. In the event said club no longer exists, or has turned into an upscale yuppie collar-poppin' watering hole, the Love Dogs will simply set up in the street and busk like there's no tomorrow. "I can see America in your eyes" insists Mad Brad, apropos of nothing. While rumors of a new studio recording and a guest appearance as the house band on MTV's "The Hills" persist, the band is quick to "Say No" and deny nothing.”