Red Fang Offers Free Acoustic EP, New Tour Starts Tomorrow

Red Fang Acoustic EP


Portland riff rockers Red Fang has released a free acoustic EP via, recorded this past March in London as an Absolute Music Bunker session for This comes in time for their upcoming European tour starting tomorrow, July 25th in Neuensee, Germany at Rock Im Wald.


The tracklist is as follows:

1. Failure (Acoustic)

2. Human Herd (Acoustic)

3. Malverde (Acoustic)

4. Failure (Album Version)

5. Human Herd (Album Version)

6. Malverde (Album Version)


The band recently shot a new music video with director David Brodsky (Kylesa, Helmet, Municipal Waste) for ‘The Meadows’ from their Scion A/V 7” release from this past May.



The tour dates are as follows:

Red Fang Tour Dates

Jul 25 Neuensee GER Rock Im Wald
Jul 26 Lichtenvoorde NL Zwarte Cross Festival
Jul 27 Saarbrücken GER Garage
Jul 28 Milan IT Magnolia
Jul 29 Rome IT Traffic
Jul 31 Viveiro ESP Resurrection Festival
Aug 01 Nantes FR Le Ferrailleur – SOLD OUT
Aug 02 Albi FR Xtreme Fest
Aug 03 Colmar FR Grillen
Aug 05 Giessen GER MUK
Aug 06 Augsburg GER Kantine
Aug 07 Jaromer CZ Brutal Assault
Aug 08 Waldhausen AUT Lake On Fire
Aug 09 Chemnitz GER Rock Im Betonwerk
Aug 10 Saint Maurice de Gourdans FR Sylak Open Air
Aug 12 Martigny CH Les Caves du Manoir
Aug 13 Martigny CH Les Caves du Manoir
Aug 14 Pisa IT Musica W Festival
Aug 15 Le Locle CH Rock Altitude
Aug 16 Hasselt BEL Pukkelpop
Aug 17 Biddinghuizen NL Lowlands Festival
Aug 19 Osnabrück GER Bastard Club
Aug 20 Bochum GER Matrix
Aug 21 Charleville Mezieres FR Cabaret Vert
Aug 22 Reading, UK Reading Festival
Aug 23 Leeds, UK Leeds Festival

Aug 31 Seattle WA Bumbershoot Festival – Fisher Green Stage


Earlier this year Red Fang drummer John Sherman was interviewed by Ghost Cult, and he detailed the bands’ philosophy about touring, and playing in front of an ever-evolving fanbase:

We’re gonna try to win them over even if they’re used to listening to screamo bands or whatever, but see what kind of reaction we could get out of our shit. We had a blast. Sometimes it’s tough and scary playing in front of an audience who you think is going to hate you. It’s also a challenge. We think we can win them over, and often we do. I’d like to think that our band is versatile enough. I have a hard time classifying ourselves so we can play with bands like Mastodon and we could also play with bands like Clutch. It doesn’t have to be super heavy but it can be. It’s whoever we’re playing with.”



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