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New Track: "Beyond Your Bones" - Far-Out Fangtooth

Here's another new track, "Beyond Your Bones," from Far-Out Fangtooth's forthcoming LP Borrowed Time, due out on October 29 via SiltBreeze. The album was mixed by Uniform Recording's Jeff Zeigler and produced by Residuels/Moon Women's Justin Pittney. Far Out-Fangtooth will be celebrating their record's release on Saturday, November 2 at The Boot & Saddle.

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New Track: "Bow Your Head" - Far-Out Fangtooth

Check out the new single from gothic psych-punks Far-Out Fangtooth called "Bow Your Head"! It's off their forthcoming LP Borrowed Time, which will be available on October 29 via Siltbreeze. They'll be celebrating its release on November 2 at South Philly's newly re-opened Boot & Saddle. (Photo by Adam Wallacavage)

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New Track: "Mother Nature Fetish" - Far-Out Fangtooth

Far-Out Fangtooth premiered their lead single "Mother Nature Fetish" from their upcoming full-length album Borrowed Time earlier this morning over at Pitchfork. The LP is scheduled for release on October 29 via Siltbreeze. The band will be celebrating its arrival on Saturday, November 2 at Boot and Saddle.

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Far-Out Fangtooth Opening for A Place To Bury Strangers at KFN June 7

Sometimes in order to beat the summer heat, it is best to just embrace the haze (well, all this predicted rain might help too). Far-Out Fangtooth offers just the right amount of hazy, psychedelic sounds to get lost in. Ambient with gothic tendencies, the four-piece has really evolved to become a must-see in the local music community. Their scuzzy guitar riffs recall the early days of punk, but the addition of echoing, distant vocals creates a cross-genre sound unique to today’s airwaves. Far-Out Fangtooth will be opening this evening at Kung Fu Necktie for Brooklyn-based post-punk outfit A Place To Bury Strangers. Things are about to get real heavy in Philly tonight! (BTW: I noticed that their will be a Creepoid Art Show happening upstairs that you probably don’t want to miss.) Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 Front St., 8pm, $14, 21+ - Shaylin O’Connell

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Far-Out Fangtooth Provide Menacing Sounds at KFN April 25

Kung Fu Necktie boasts a dense cloud of neo-psychedelic rock this evening. The quartet of Far-Out Fangtooth (who are scheduled to release their sophomore LP Borrowed Time later this fall), play with a calculated raw edge. The guitars deliver a heavy piercing metal finish that is further reinforced by primal, forward-thrusting percussion that bashes away claiming space as it moves, and the finishing touches are the tormented vocals that emerge from the darkness guiding the menacing sounds. Far-Out Fangtooth, will be joined by hard-rocking retro outfit Ruby the Hatchet, who is fronted by Jillian Taylor displaying femme fatale force with the tight group. They’re the type of band that continuously builds momentum on stage and watch out when they hit top speed. Brooklyn’s skuzzy garage outfit The Vandelles combine a harmony-pop, surf-rock retro vibe balanced with raw grit that’s both smooth and mysterious. The cloud will grow thick by the time headliners The Warlocks cast their spell. Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 N. Front St., 8pm, $10, 21+ - Michael Colavita

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