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Portland, OR band Red Fang has announced a headlining U.S. tour this October with support from Whores and Wild Throne.
The tour comes on the heels of the band's recent European and Australian treks and includes appearances at Slipknot's Knotfest and Monster Energy's Aftershock Festival. This tour will mark the last shows the band performs this year before heading into the studio to begin recording a new full-length next year.
Red Fang comments: "We are extremely excited to hit the road with two of our favorite bands, Whores and Wild Throne, this October! Come hang out and let the AUTUMN BREEZE blow you away!!" More...
Friday, March 14, 2014, my third day attending SXSW music festivities, started just after 3 pm. This event was my only excursion outside of live music. Members of Landshark Promotions and DJ Chuck Loesch of 101X "No Control Radio" premiered a CD of the Ronnie James Dio tribute album "This Is Your Life." The three-person panel presented each track from the forthcoming recording featuring an all-star lineup of modern and classic metal artists. It felt good singing along to these majestic reworkings done in the name of charity. 100% of the proceeds will go towards Wendy Dio's "Ronnie James Dio Stand Up And Shout Cancer Fund" .
East (Coast) meets West (Coast) in noise rock: Whores and Rabbits joined together in misanthropy and misery. And what better material to manifest their unwavering rage than that of The Cure?
Whores crushes "Jumping Someone Else's Train," taking said train on a insanely heavy ride, the main riff stretched into a hypnotic groove forever beat into your brain. Rabbits opens with the stark "A Reflection" before cranking out an uncaged, claustrophobic version of "Give Me It." Who let these maniacs out?
Atlanta band Whores has a new five-song EP out titled "Ruiner" on Brutal Panda records. In the group bio, the band members state "We were in other bands. Now we're in this band. Soon we will all be deaf." This pretty much sums up the band's sound, which is neolithic sludge/punk rock that fans of the Melvins or Jesus Lizard will identify with. Stream the EP "Ruiner" at this location or below.