It’s just a week now until Scottish rock trio, Hair of the Dog, release their highly anticipated third studio album, “This World Turns”. Mixed by James Atkinson of the Gentlemans Pistols and mastered by Tony Reed, Mos Generator, “This World Turns” will surely be a turning point in the bands career – and the positive reviews have already started rolling in.

In his review of “This World Turns” Martyn Coppack of Echoes and Dust says:

“Whilst the industry will no doubt dither and perhaps continue to moan the lack of decent rock bands in the UK, Hair Of The Dog have proved with This World Turns that there is still life in the old “dog” yet. There is a sense that the band have finally arrived on this album, and through its fiery riffs, soulful vocals, and belief, you can sense a band ready to make that leap into the big time. Whether that happens depends on luck these days, and if it doesn’t then the music world has missed out on something special. This music deserves to be heard by a wider audience, and Hair Of The Dog should be looking at main stage slots for all major rock festivals. This World Turns feels like it holds the key to this, let’s hope lady luck shines down. Regardless of that outcome, what we have is a minor masterpiece and one of the great heavy rock albums from a UK act for quite some time.”

You can read Martyn’s full review HERE

“This World Turns” is out worldwide from the 14th of July on Vinyl, CD and Digital.

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