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Dog Date – Nirvana

Dog Date – Nirvana

New York’s rock scene just got louder with Dog Date’s latest release, “Nirvana,” from their soon-to-drop album “Zinger.” This track is a powerhouse of energy, characterized by muscular, thunderous guitar riffs and the compelling howl of frontman Dylan Kennedy. The band exhibits a masterful control of dynamics, navigating through densely packed sonic bursts that explode into moments of surprising instrumental sparsity, offering a brief respite before plunging back into the fray.

“Nirvana” showcases Dog Date’s ability to craft tracks that are both relentless and meticulously structured. The song is a high-octane ride through rock’s more raucous avenues, with a performance that borders on the chaotic yet remains tightly controlled. The clever use of spatial variation within the track enhances its impact, making each return to full throttle feel even more intense. As the final single before the release of “Zinger” this Friday, “Nirvana” sets high expectations for an album brimming with raw power and unapologetic noise.

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