2011 marked the sophomore offering, Murder The Mountains, from Portland Oregon’s, Red Fang, Murder The Mountains is a sludgy mix of heavy garage distortion detouring into a grungy take on Queens of the Stone Age and Mastodon. If that sounds like a lot, you’re probably not from Portland, because that typically comes out of a garage when it’s overcast and raining, with a fridge full of beer and a dispensary nearby.

Standout tracks include “Wires,” “Dirt Wizard, and “Human Herd.” Tad would be proud.

Anyone remember the Canadian show Todd and the Book of Pure Evil?  The song “Wires” appeared in it, and speaking of the aforementioned “Wires,” it also appeared in the video game Rocksmith, as did “Number Thirteen” as well.

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Author

Theron Moore has been freelance writing since 1989 as a staff writer for SLAM Magazine (Stateline Area Magazine, Northern IL / Southern WI), and contributor to Jake Wiseley’s (Red Decibel Records) Sheet Metal Magazine. He’s also published zines Louder Than God, The Saint Vitus Press & Poetry Review, For Those About to Rock, and blogs Church of the Necronomicon and All My Friends Are Rock Stars (AMFARS). Moore has contributed music, & movie reviews, and artist interviews to websites horrornews.net, Wormwood Chronicles, The Sludgelord, New Noise Magazine and Metal Forces Magazine. He is the author of All My Friends Are Rock Stars, Volumes I-III; Gangsters, Harlots and Thieves; Belvidere, Books & Guns; Blood on the Screen, Blood on the Page; all titles available on Amazon.

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