Alia Akkam

Contributor to Billboard.com.

Red Fang

Stoner Metal Band Red Fang Toasts New Year With Their Own Brand of Red Wine

In the video for “Blood and Cream,” from Red Fang’s 2013 album Whales and Leeches, a panicked Fred Armisen runs into the Portland, Ore., dive B-Side Tavern and announces that hordes of beer-craving zombies are on the loose. Those cans of Tecate and Pabst Blue Ribbon that make cameos throughout are befitting symbols of Red Fang’s laid-back, blue-collar appeal, but now the stoner rock band, like other enterprising metal men before them, continues to prove that wine is an equally democratic beverage with its just-arrived Red Fang Red 2016, which made its official debut at a Jan. 13 wine-release party.
Red Fang

Stoner Metal Band Red Fang Toasts New Year With Their Own Brand of Red Wine

In the video for “Blood and Cream,” from Red Fang’s 2013 album Whales and Leeches, a panicked Fred Armisen runs into the Portland, Ore., dive B-Side Tavern and announces that hordes of beer-craving zombies are on the loose. Those cans of Tecate and Pabst Blue Ribbon that make cameos throughout are befitting symbols of Red Fang’s laid-back, blue-collar appeal, but now the stoner rock band, like other enterprising metal men before them, continues to prove that wine is an equally democratic beverage with its just-arrived Red Fang Red 2016, which made its official debut at a Jan. 13 wine-release party.