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by Foxfire

What would it sound like if Queens Of The Stone Age, Grand Funk, AC/DC, and The Runaways all met up in a dark alley with lots of wattage? Foxfire.
Genre: Rock: College Rock
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1. Tuff
3:05 album only
2. Bottle Rocket
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3. Haggard
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4. Maybe
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Album Notes
Foxfire has played shows with great bands like Dixie Witch, Throttlerod, Backwoods Payback, Lust, Gore Gore Girls, Catfight, The Dumps, Black Tusk, Christine, and many others. In Atlanta they’ve played a strip club (the world-famous Clermont Lounge), a Rollergirls benefit, a community festival at historic Findley Park in Little Five Points, a biker festival in Underground Atlanta, and many of the clubs that bands like Mastodon, Nashville Pussy, and Artimus Pyledriver played (and still play) when they were on their way up. Additionally, they have played in Athens GA; Chattanooga, Johnson City, and Bristol TN; Wilmington, Greensboro NC; and Spartanburg SC. Their music has been described as “stoner punk rock”, with straightforward riffs and a distinct, loud ‘n heavy power trio sound. Rachel’s gritty/sweet vocals are a perfect complement to her grinding guitar and the driving rhythm section of bassist Stephen and his wife Kris (who also sings) on drums. Their no-nonsense live performances are always high-energy and fun, and the band leaves the crowd wanting more, every time. Nobody has a bad time at a Foxfire show!

Watch for their full-length debut, Early Rising, due out in May 2008 on Sludge Hammer Records!!



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