Listen to new Red Fang song
2013-09-18 by Raul Stanciu STAFF | 5 Comments
Portland stoners, Red Fang have debuted 'No Hope', another track off their 3rd record, Wales & Leeches, through Guitar World. The full length is scheduled to be out on October 15, through Relapse Records.

Stream it here - http://www.guitarworld.com/exclusive-song-premiere-red-fang-no-hope
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Spec
September 18th 2013
27199 Comments


cool

OrangeBLOOD
September 18th 2013
120 Comments


awesome. red fang is sick.

wacknizzle
September 18th 2013
13514 Comments


Not digging it as much as anything on their last album

Digging: Nesseria - Fractures

advancedwarfighter
September 19th 2013
7 Comments


Love the album art. Band is great too.

InFiction
September 19th 2013
3694 Comments


Not as good as Blood Like Cream but still pretty cool.



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