Meet PUGTOPSY. The Black Metal Band Fronted By Pug Pupper!
Do you think your dog has the best barks? The most brutal growls? Did you know your pupper doggo could be a heckin frontpupper of a Black Metal band? Well now you do…Meet PUGTOPSY!
This is not a joke either, the actual ‘vocalist’ is a pug puppy by the name of Pupcake Lövbacken. The rest of Pugtopsy is rounded out by guitarist Jordan Boksel, bassist Shan Dan and drummer Casey Liatorp. Before you go thinking this some fun parody act, let me remind you this band is signed to ARTERY RECORDINGS! So this pug is now probably going to be richer than you when they are selling out clubs n stuff.
The video was shared by Artery Recordings on April 1st so the career of this pug on vocals may be short but hey, this is going to a good cause! Merch is available and the profits from Pugtopsy shirts are going to Neuterhead: Ace of Spays
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So what does everyone think? Should PUGTOPSY tour? Who should they tour with? I can surely see the memes coming such as ‘Fit For A PUGTOPSY’. HECKIN BAMBOOZLED! Listen to the track below!
Trenton started working with Southeast Pit Report in late 2014. Since then, he has interviewed many bands of all sizes and started the Straight Out The Pit podcast. As of Feb 2017, he began writing for The Sickest. @southeast_trent for twitter and IG!