KEXP's Seek & Destroy Presents: Red Fang tonight at Showbox at the Market

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11/09/2013
Hannah Levin

Portland riff-brokers Red Fang recorded a crushing in-studio session for Seek & Destroy's four-year anniversary on October 27, playing songs in from their new album, Whales & Leeches. You can watch the full performance below, and you can also catch them live at their S&D-sponsored, all-ages show at Showbox at the Market this Saturday, November 9. Drunk Dad, Bison B.C., and Seattle's own Helms Alee open. Tickets can be found here.

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