Oslobased Diamondog are currently working on their new single "Diamond"; stating their position as one of the still most promising band in the norwegian music scene after more than decade of hard efforts. Since their conception back in 1998, the band has released two albums and kept on going despite a lack of commercial breaktrough, not at all matching the level of ambition and quality of released material. Concerning the sound of Diamondog, few, or no one, would argue the bands resemblance to bands like Soundgarden, Faith No More, Deftones and maybe Foo Fighters. Still, in the year of the grunge renaissance, there is nothing about this band that sounds dated. The well-produced and hard-hitting soundscape sends a long gaze into the future. We're talking about a refined, competent and complex breed of rock and metal in your face, very much like Tyler Durden running a steamer into a house of glass. The vocals are intershifting between bright harmonic melodies and primal screamo, while tons of hyperactive guitar-riffing run free in the background, trying to pick a fight with the nearest passerby, Diamondog is a barrel of TNT that has yet to detonate in the face of the masses, even though they have made earlier appearances on TV and has a long record of appraisal from both critics and fans. To top it off, they have worked with producers Fabrizio Grossi (Slash, Glenn Hughes, Dave Navarro, Steve Vai) and Ty Tabor (King's X) on their previous albums. The current edition of Diamondog are more vital and eager than ever. Their name will be brought to you by the near future.