Our Next Show:
6/7 - PHILLY - Kung Fu Necktie w/A Place To Bury Strangers
Our Next Show:
Some Words from our show with The Warlocks from 4/25
“Far-Out Fangtooth played next and the word “eclectic” looking is a bit of an understatement, the lead singer and guitarist looks like he should be playing with The Allman Brothers, with his long hair and mutton chops. The drummer looks like he friends with Mike Myers in Wayne’s World (he also stood up for the entire set). The lead guitarist resembles an 80′s hair metal band member and the chick bassist could of been on tour with a grunge band in the 90′s. Fangtooth’s music sounds nothing like what I feel one would expect upon seeing them walk onto the stage, and it was enjoyable not only listening to their brand of upbeat rock’n roll, but also trying to imagine how all the members came into contact with each other when their influences seem so different.”
UPCOMING LIVE SHOWS:
We have a few shows left for 2012. Listed below are the dates, and links for details to each of the events.
10/27 - Philly - Live @ Westmoreland - Presented by the Committee to Keep Music Evil. FREE SHOW, streaming Free Beer, Halloween Show(wear your costumes)
(streaming live from the internet(10pm Eastern Time)
11/3 - BOSTON - Boston Hassle’s HOMEGROWN FESTIVAL
(for line-up and show times click the link below)
12/5- Philly - First Unitarian Church(Side Chapel) w/KING DUDE
A write up from The Key @ WXPN about our Spellbound performance last friday night.
“Philly psych-rockers Far-Out Fangtooth opened the show, their dark and relentless tunes transforming the venue into a vortex of goth-y doom. Dual vocalists/guitarists Nick Kulp and Joe Kusy wove bleak, angst-y soundscapes — the former channeling Robert Smith a bit with his spiky hair and brooding demeanor — while drummer Vince Alvaré pounded his floor tom and Tania Mesterhazy held things down on bass. The band’s 40-minute set passed like a fantastical trip into psych rock’s dark underbelly, shifting between insular and searching, merciless and aggressive, but remaining uncompromisingly spellbinding.”
SHOW ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SEPT/OCT 2012:
9/17 - Philly - First Unitarian Church w/Mount Eerie(ALL AGES)
10/11 - NY - Shea Stadium w/NAAM
10/12 - Philly - Johnny Brendas w/Bleeding Rainbow & Heavy Medical
Far-Out Fangtooth - Venus In Furs
Live 6/26/12 @ Johnny Brenda’s
Video Footage by C.Franks
Our next show and last in a philly club for a while. Were playing with master wizard m.Polizze’s band Purling Hiss and new markers the Young.
We have a special set planned and some weird shit going on, so make sure you get there early. It’s going to be a Tuesday night doozy…
The Styrofoam Drone reviews our latest release.
Philadelphia’s own evil goth-punks FAR-OUT FANGTOOTH drop their new 7” EP “The Thorns” via Hozac Records, listen to the sweltering madness now » http://styrofoamdrone.com/2012/06/13/far-out-fangtooth-the-thorns-7-ep/
from our 7” EP record release show @SILK CITY ~
A Contest going on to win our new EP from GET BENT!
Philly sludge beasts, Far-Out Fangtooth finally delivered a follow-up to their solid debut LP on Siltbreeze. It came out about two weeks ago from Hozac Records (we posted about “Occasion of Sin” here). Stream the EP below. If you like what you hear, comment on this post(don’t forget to leave an e-mail address) with your favorite track to win a copy.
Remember, we’ll be giving away something new everyday for the next few weeks - check back because we’ve got some choice items for you guys!
We now have Dr. Fangtooth shirts available. Soft-Charge on Black Slim-Fit tees. Will ship all over the world, or you can get one at one of our shows~ 20$ with shipping - $15 @ shows.
email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Come see us in Chicago this weekend @ the Empty Bottle for Hozac Records BlacKKOut Fest. 3 days of killer bands and wonderful weather.
We will have our new Ep available as well. Get them before they are gone***
Hardly anyone outside of the greater Philadelphia Tumblr community seems to have caught on to this quietly-released gem. They play dense, noisy, dirty rock for the late, humid August weeks in Pennsylvania (I grew up with these too, but across the state), death and buzzing lingering in the air. with thoughtful choices in guitar tone and production that gives a layer of clarity to those mushy mid-80s recordings like Dinosaur’s debut or Bad Moon Rising (two very obvious sources of inspiration for the band, along with the Cure ca. Pornography and Live Skull). There is some significant hairshake and idol worship happening here, but the songs and the character to back it up, including three distinctive vocalists and a heavy harvest/Pagan doom undercurrent beneath it all. If Broken Water is playing the Lee side of Sonic Youth, Far-Out Fangtooth is all over the Thurston and Kim side, hopeless and maniacally staring damnation down. Tracks like “Woe,” with its lurid chorus (“Bad karma will burn you in the end/And this must be what hell feels like”) and insistent drumming, work as the unofficial soundtrack to possibly the last summer our kind will know.(Doug Mosurock)