Red Fang Albums Ranked

Red Fang is an American rock band from Portland, Oregon, formed in 2005. It is composed of guitarist and vocalist Bryan Giles, bassist and vocalist Aaron Beam, guitarist David Sullivan and drummer John Sherman. The band has released five studio albums: Red Fang (2009), Murder the Mountains (2011), Whales and Leeches (2013), Only Ghosts (2016), and Arrows (2021). Red Fang started out on Wantage USA Records in Montana, where the band released its self-titled LP. Red Fang’s 2009 debut for record label Sargent House/Wantage USA combined its first two releases, which were limited-release EPs. The band followed this debut with Murder the Mountains, released on Relapse Records in 2011 produced by Chris Funk. Red Fang also appeared on 2011’s Metalliance tour alongside the band’s Crowbar and Helmet; the same year, Red Fang opened the Jägermeister stage on 2011’s edition of the annual Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival which also featured headliners Megadeth, Godsmack, and Disturbed. Here are all of Red Fang’s albums ranked.

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5. Arrows (2021)

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“It’s their best album since their debut, capturing an energy that was lacking on previous efforts. The songs here are simply more memorable and diverse, brimming with riffs and adventurous vocals.”

4. Only Ghosts (2016)

Only Ghosts (Deluxe Version) - Album by Red Fang | Spotify

“With their fourth album, lightening the burden of mud and alcoholism, and focusing a bit more on melody and arrangements, the band sounds involving even listened in a car radio (not so much in the living room or through the headphones, they have not written a flabby album!). The skeleton of their music is always made by extremely dynamic distorted riffs and heavy metal blows, yet there is a slight psychedelic touch, almost garage tasted, which infiltrates among these ones (and this is emphasized by the reverb of Aaron Beam clean vocals).”

3. Red Fang (2009)

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“Red Fang’s debut album starts off with a bang with Prehistoric Dog (whose clip is a must-see if you like beer, heroic fantasy and Monty Python) which immediately makes you want to tremble when you spill your goblet. beer from shaking head and arms.”

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2. Whales And Leeches (2013)

Whales and Leeches (Deluxe Version) - Album by Red Fang | Spotify

“Great melodic stoner rock with some quite heavy riffing occurring. Some of the tracks are actually quite close to stoner punk too. At times it gets a bit boring and repeptitive, but that’s just a few tracks, that are almost a bit filler like. For most parts it’s really good stoner rock though where a kind of sleazy vocal parts gets very nicely mixed into the riffing, just to be completed with some stonery melody bits after the riffs. The production somehow feels a bit dull and not all too supportive of the bands sound.”

1. Murder The Mountains (2011)

Murder The Mountains (Deluxe Edition) | Red Fang

“Pretty great modern hard rock album. It has addictive riffs, great cool vocals, loud hooks and it is simply a really fun album to listen to. It doesnt really add anything new to the genre, but it should prove to be a good listen for fans of the genre. It reminds me a bit of Mastodon if they had dropped all of the technical flourishes that they place in their songs.”