Red Fang
Relapse Records

Red Fang has come out with their fourth album with the help of the producer for a lot of Korn and Slipknot songs/albums. With that in mind you would think that this album would be a lot better. It mixes heavy metal - almost deathcore - with stoner metal and its honestly kind of confusing. When you sit and listen to the album, it feels too long. For me, I want an album either leaving me satisfied or wanting more. By track 8 (out of 10) I was ready to take this out of my CD player. I guess where my issue comes in is that this album doesn't feel original, authentic, or really creative.

Sounds Like: 
Black Tusk
Sounds Like: 
a less doom version of Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats
Alexis Walker
Date Reviewed: 

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