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Red Fang announce new album, premiere song

Wednesday, July 13, 2016 12:18 PM PT
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Red Fang - Only Ghosts

Official press release:

After three years of vigorously touring the world, Red Fang, the beer-loving Portland-based rock band whose new album was included in Rolling Stone's list most anticipated 2016 releases, re-emerge with their greatest and latest full-length album, Only Ghosts. Produced by the legendary Ross Robinson (At The Drive In, The Cure, Slipknot) and mixed by Joe Barresi (Queens of the Stone Age, Kyuss, Melvins), Only Ghosts consists of 10 new tracks of the band's signature, high-impact, hook-filled, hard rock. Red Fang prove once again they are top-notch songwriters who have mastered the heavy anthem without taking themselves too seriously. Only Ghosts is a rock album of incredible magnitude that demands to be played at maximum volume.

The debut single from the album, "Flies," can be heard now at this location:


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Only Ghosts was recorded earlier this year at Robinson's Venice, Calif. studio. In a recent Revolver Magazine interview, bass player Aaron Beam joked that the experience of working beachside was "pretty miserable," later adding that working with Ross encouraged the band to take a different approach to recording. "He really digs into the meaning behind the songs so that when you're recording, you're doing it with conviction and purpose. It's less about the little technical things. He's more concerned with getting a performance and focusing on what you're trying to give the world by making this music in the first place."

The band's Bryan Giles and Aaron Beam also added, "Working with Ross and Joe [Baressi] on this record was a huge leap forward for us. The process was very challenging and rewarding, and I think we're a better band for it. This album expresses exactly where we're at. We're super proud of it and can't wait for people to hear it!

Only Ghosts is set for release this October 14 on CD/LP/Digital via Relapse Records.




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