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Album Review

On their self-titled debut, Red Fang don't waste any time establishing themselves as a band that destroys amps, beers, and eardrums in equal measure. With a sound rooted in the down-and-dirty sound of classic metal and stoner rock, the band is like a hyper-energized Mountain, tearing through fuzzed-out Southern rock-style riffs song after song without ever giving the dust they kick up time to settle. With no studio trickery or conceptual weirdness at work, the album is a refreshing island in a sea of increasingly heady and convoluted heavy metal. Red Fang shows that with the right combination of pacing, volume, and swagger, the rest just kind of falls into place.


Formed: 2005 in Portland, OR

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Based out of Portland, Oregon, Red Fang captures the loud and fast, anything-goes spirit of classic rock with their heavy stoner-influenced jams. The quartet, consisting of Bryan Giles, Aaron Beam, David Sullivan, and John Sherman, make guitars the focus of their gimmick-free brand of driving rock & roll, eschewing any prog leanings and putting the emphasis on the riffs. The sound is tied together by a sense of punk urgency which spurs the stoner jams into action and gets the songs moving at...
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