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Red Fang Unveil Killer New Song The Deep

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Oregon’s riff-monsters Red Fang have given us another taste from their forthcoming album

Riff lovers everywhere: rejoice! Red Fang release their eagerly awaited new album Only Ghosts this week via Relapse. Given their past form – and considering it’s produced by Ross Robinson – expectations were already sky high, but that’s especially the case now the band have shared storming new track The Deep exclusively with Kerrang!.

Speaking about the song, bassist/vocalist Aaron Beam says: “I would like to introduce you to a song called The Deep from our new record, Only Ghosts. It’s about some heavy shit in my life, but I am glad to be able to share it with you. Maybe you can pull something out of it that you identify with. Maybe not. Maybe you will think this song sucks. That’s all fine! I feel that we did the subject justice and I am very proud of it. I especially like Bryan’s screams on the choruses and the lonely, plaintive guitar that David ad-libbed at the end.

You can listen to the track below, and forget to leave us your comments!

You can pre-order Only Ghosts here and, as a pretty cool bonus, there’s also a Making Of documentary you can watch below!

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Red Fang Only Ghosts Out Oct
Posted on October 11th 2016, 11:56am
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