Blind Dog formed in Sweden in 1995 when Nilsson and Thell needed a drummer for a party gig. Thomas was called in to do one gig but the band stuck together since they discovered that everything worked so well. Blind Dog recorded a demo in 1996, which was discovered by RoadRunner and rendered them a place on the compilation album Burn One Up in 1997. Getting tired of waiting for a record deal the band released they debut album under own name in 1999 – The Last Adventures Of Captain Dog, which is considered a classic among the underground heavy rock community. The album gave birth to instant classics like When I’m finally gone, 10.000 reasons and Beyond my Reach. This album was picked up by MeteorCity and re-released by them the year after. In 2002 Blind Dog, was contacted by Listenable Records and a cooperation started with the band and the two labels which to date has resulted in one album: Captain Dog Rides Again (2003). After just over ten years as a band in July 2008 that Blind Dog decided to quit, recording one final album in May that year entitled Captain Dog Logs Out and releasing it for free download. Now, 20 years after its original release, the album will be re-released and re-mastered by The Lab Records on Vinyl in a double-vinyl deluxe edition.