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In advance of the upcoming Foghound album, Awaken to Destroy -- due out November 23 -- we're stoked to present you with this special non-album track to get you ready for the album and its own beer via Oliver Brewing!!!
Details of this track...
Recorded & mixed with Frank " The Punisher" Marchand during the "Awaken To Destroy" album sessions, "Return To Dragontooth" sees Foghound revisiting a track from their first self released album " Quick, Dirty & High".
Put together quickly in the studio during those first album sessions, "Dragontooth" was then later fleshed out with more lyrics and a focused intensity that came from the song becoming a live set staple in the Foghound arsenal.
This time around saw Dee Settar adding additional lyrics and vocals as well as Hammond organ to the song, with Rev. Jim Forrester's signature bass attack now taking it to another level.
“We are super stoked to have Oliver Brewing releasing this beer in our honor, and we know that you will enjoy it too!
Sit back, spark up, crack a fresh " Awaken To Destroy" Double IPA from Oliver Brewing and punch your ticket to " Return To Dragontooth".”
Get your juices going, heavily anticipating the new album. Always riff heavy and soul-crushingly loud, Foghound are eagerly awaiting for you to awaken to destroy!
supported by 139 fans who also own “Return to Dragontooth”
I love the fusing of Pink Floyd and sludge metal grooves on this album. That description is true, but leaves out the crafty songwriting and personal touch inherent in the songs. Recommended. Tim Halbur
supported by 114 fans who also own “Return to Dragontooth”
This third studio release from Sergeant Thunderhoof is the best the band have put togther and that is high praise as the first two were pretty damn great stuff. Picking a favoite track was a real chore, and a pleasure as it gave me an opportunity to spend more time with the album trying to pick. Mike Williams