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***

https://www.facebook.com/events/328055180590682/

Upcoming Shows:
5/5 - Philly - @ Kung Fu Necktie w/Pierced Arrows + Band Name 5/19 - Chicago - HOZAC BLACKOUT FEST @ The Empty Bottle w/REDD CROSS!! Puffy Areolas, Heavy Times + More!!!!5/25 - Philly - @ Underground Arts Space w/Black Dice + NAH6/23 - Atlantic City - @ The Boneyard w/Psychic Ills + Watery Love + More TBA6/26 - Philly - @ Johnny Brenda’s w/Purling Hiss + The Young
*Photo;Screenshot from "Patience" video shoot South Philly

Upcoming Shows:

5/5 - Philly - @ Kung Fu Necktie w/Pierced Arrows + Band Name 
5/19 - Chicago - HOZAC BLACKOUT FEST @ The Empty Bottle w/REDD CROSS!! Puffy Areolas, Heavy Times + More!!!!
5/25 - Philly - @ Underground Arts Space w/Black Dice + NAH
6/23 - Atlantic City - @ The Boneyard w/Psychic Ills + Watery Love + More TBA
6/26 - Philly - @ Johnny Brenda’s w/Purling Hiss + The Young

*Photo;Screenshot from "Patience" video shoot South Philly

Vice Review ~"I guess there has been a lot of pinched nostrils and foul mutterings from the internet dooferati and other burrito-choking types over the debut LP from Philadelphia’s Far-Out Fangtooth. I’ve spun the thing more than a few times in the past few weeks, and I really don’t see what the issue is here. Granted, they look like Vince Noir’s backing band if The Black Tubes backed out of the gig, but the whole capes and wizard caps thing aside, this is a solid listen that doesn’t really bring to mind the gloom, doom, or spent candles of the gothdom tag that has been lazily pinned upon them. It reminds me more of the pre-crappy moments of Band of Susans or the more obvious connection of SST era Sonic Youth—both decent things to be compared to, me thinks. Small boys from Australia are great and all, but jeesh, would it kill you to buy American once in awhile? You’ll be glad you did.”http://www.vice.com/read/from-our-lips-and-hips-to-the-horned-one-s-ears 

Vice Review ~
"I guess there has been a lot of pinched nostrils and foul mutterings from the internet dooferati and other burrito-choking types over the debut LP from Philadelphia’s Far-Out Fangtooth. I’ve spun the thing more than a few times in the past few weeks, and I really don’t see what the issue is here. Granted, they look like Vince Noir’s backing band if The Black Tubes backed out of the gig, but the whole capes and wizard caps thing aside, this is a solid listen that doesn’t really bring to mind the gloom, doom, or spent candles of the gothdom tag that has been lazily pinned upon them. It reminds me more of the pre-crappy moments of Band of Susans or the more obvious connection of SST era Sonic Youth—both decent things to be compared to, me thinks. Small boys from Australia are great and all, but jeesh, would it kill you to buy American once in awhile? You’ll be glad you did.”
http://www.vice.com/read/from-our-lips-and-hips-to-the-horned-one-s-ears