I ordered this debut Red Fang record because 1537 said to (that’s my story and I’m sticking to it!). No blame here, though, ‘cos the solid onslaught of rock mayhem contained herein is blowing my frickin’ mind. It’s all great, and I really, really notice the bass in the mix on this outing, holy mackerel.
Seriously, nothing else to say except “tiiiiime to kiss your ass goodbye!!”
I’m deep in the fuzzy rockin’ mayhem of Red Fang, folks. The second album I got the other day, Whales And Leeches, kicks all kinds of ass!
They also make the greatest videos. Beer drinking zombies… and a drummer in a “WHO FARTED?” t-shirt? Oh man.
Get you some:
How about some animated vikings… and the band saves the day!
I had occasion to pop into our local downtown record shop. He had a few boxes of someone’s rock/metal collection (on CD, sorry 1537). I helped him out by scooping up two Red Fang albums: Murder The Mountains (2011) and Whales And Leeches (2013).
You may recall I had tix years ago (2011) to see Red Fang/Dillinger Escape Plan/Mastodon in Toronto. When we arrived at the venue, Red Fang had already played, and I probably brushed shoulders with all of them (or, at least, their roadies) as they loaded out their gear while we made our way in. Instead, we began that night with Dillinger (which was a whole other thing)… Sorry Red Fang guys!… Anyway, never did get to see them, a regret of mine for sure. So maybe my buying these two albums makes up for it? Sure.
So far I’ve rocked Murder The Mountains (which was the new album when we missed the gig). I love it in all of its pure hairy groovin’ glory!
Here’s a track called Wires. It’s awesome, and the video is fun too…