Murder the Mountains

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Murder the Mountains
Studio album by Red Fang
Released April 12, 2011
Recorded Type Foundry Studio, Portland and at Blackbird Studios, Nashville.
Genre Stoner rock, heavy metal
Length 42:12
Label Relapse
Producer Red Fang, Chris Funk
Red Fang chronology
Red Fang
(2009)
Murder the Mountains
(2011)
Whales and Leeches
(2013)
Singles from Murder the Mountains
  1. "Wires"
    Released: March 15, 2011

Murder the Mountains is the second studio album by the American metal band Red Fang, released in 2011.[1][2] The song Number Thirteen is featured in the 2011 music game Rocksmith. The song Wires was played in episode 211 of the Canadian show Todd and the Book of Pure Evil.[3] Music videos were released for the songs "Wires" and "Hank Is Dead".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Malverde"   4:04
2. "Wires"   5:45
3. "Hank Is Dead"   2:38
4. "Dirt Wizard"   2:59
5. "Throw Up"   6:35
6. "Painted Parade"   2:29
7. "Number Thirteen"   4:47
8. "Into the Eye"   4:00
9. "The Undertow"   5:04
10. "Human Herd"   3:51

Personnel[edit]

Red Fang
  • Maurice Bryan Giles - Guitars, Vocals
  • Aaron Beam - Bass, Vocals
  • David Sullivan - Guitars
  • John Sherman - Drums
Additional musicians
  • Anita Robinson - Guitars
  • Kevin Robinson - Percussion, Effects
  • Jenny Conlee - Organ
  • Chris Funk - Slide Guitar, Percussion
Production
  • Orion Landau - Artwork
  • Kevin Robinson - Recording
  • Adam Selzer - Recording
  • Chris Funk - Producer
  • Mike Rooney - Assistant mixing
  • Vance Pawell - Mixing
  • Carl Saff - Mastering

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