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More people know about us now. Recently, Red Fang has released a new seven inch single on Volcom Recordings with two covers — an Elvis Presley and the theme song for the popular s television series Fraggle Rock , reinterpreted by the band.

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He talked about how he got involved in this project. Several of the Foo Fighters crew live up in Portland. So Sean was helping us out with some guitar problems and we were just hanging out and he asked me if I would mind if he put me in touch with Lou, who engineered the thing. While he enjoyed working on the song, he missed his one chance at performing it live at a recent one time show in Los Angeles. Juggling kids and being on tour was real hard. I love the idea and I want to actually perform the song once.

While Beam and the Red Fang guys experienced a lot during this album cycle, he shared some of the highlights he experienced throughout the past few years. Those were all super fun US tours. But the one that really was the most memorable from this album was Hellfest in France.

I would say conservatively there were 25, people watching us play, and they were not just standing there. It was packed and people were rocking out all the way to the back of the crowd. It was amazing. It was so fun.

But with that many people it was awesome. They met a lot of high profile names along the way, and many were not necessarily from the heavy music world. One person they met was David Letterman , where they had a rare opportunity to perform on his television show — Late Night With David Letterman — before he retired earlier in the year. It was exactly like that. It was awesome. She knows him from the music world before he was on TV at all. Pretty interesting. Lastly, Beam talked about a new Red Fang also in the work, following the conclusion of their touring cycle.

We have studio time tentatively booked for end of February or beginning of March. That really helped a lot. He gave a preview of the new material that is in the process of becoming the new Red Fang album. By Rei Nishimoto. Aftershock Festival Photo credit by Scott Uchida.

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Not only does Aftershock always boast on of the best lineups of any festival in America, the gorgeous NorCal location allows for all kinds of attractions and activities making this the most well-rounded fest you could attend as well. The festival officially sold-out the entire weekend with over 25, in attendance each day. Slipknot, photo credit: Stephanie Cabral.

Marilyn Manson, photo credit: Stephanie Cabral. The top of the bill for Saturday boasted some big big names, to be true. Headliners Slipknot are possibly the preeminent metal concert experience in the world right now, just based on the spectacle of their stage show and the epic music they bring. They also had a lot of people checking out their Haunted Scream Park for constant Halloween scares all weekend long too. Other big musical hitters such as Shinedown, Marilyn Manson, Breaking Benjamin, Seether, Bring Me The Horizon and Black Veil Brides had fans drooling, packed in crows of people, and offered up a little something for everyone from across the range of active rock and metal genres.

Especially with BMTH and Black Veil Brides, you are really seeing the future of music unfold before you, and the youth of the fans was served in the audience. Black Veil Brides, photo credit: Stephanie Cabral. There will come a time when some of these headline bands wont be around anymore and the next generation of stars needs to rise up now. Some of them were on hand at Aftershock this weekend. Saturday was a really a day to explore the festival grounds. The balance between fun for families and grown folks was strong, and a real testament to why this fest has been able to last so long and get better every year.

Early in the day two more killer bands helped set things off in the always fun Dance Gavin Dance and the surprising Pink Slips. After checking out issues, it was time to see Sevendust rip up the East Stage. They are a live band like few others and they played a short, yet heartfelt set. Sevendust, by Meg Loyal Photography. Yelawolf, by Meg Loyal Photography.

Stone Temple Pilots led by Chester Bennington Linkin Park for what would turn out to be one of the last full show for them together, played all the hits to huge crowd response. Coheed and Cambria was next, playing behind their new record, and they leaned heavy on new songs. Deftones, by Meg Loyal Photography. The band put on a great show with front man Chino Moreno running all over the stage and moving his body as much as his silky, elastic vocal range. Until next time Aftershock, well be back!

Slide show photos by Meg Loyal Photography. Slipknot brought back heavy music into their brand of a festival called Knotfest once again to Southern California as they packed two days plus a VIP only Friday evening event for campers full of headbanging and mayhem at San Manuel Amphitheatre in Devore, CA. Corrosion of Conformity, by Melina D Photography. Korn, by Melina D Photography.

Mastodon, by Melina D Photography. Judas Priest, by Melina D Photography. Following a strong showing on their previous tour, they did not disappoint and showed that after all of these years they can still deliver classic metal the right way. Unlike the edition, Slipknot only played one day instead of both days, and they brought back the mini roller coasters and the Slipknot museum for attendees to enjoy. The only band who did not quite fit the stage was Chilean-Canadian alternative-metallers The ReAktion , where their synth-driven riff metal was something fans grew accustomed to but was greatly out of place on that stage.

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