Fangs Out

For Fans Of: Comeback Kid / Gallows / The Bronx

West Midlands four piece, Fangs Out, might’ve been dealt a bad hand by not being able to tour a debut that came out right as the world shut down, but my goodness, did they put out a stunning EP. Curse Words is energetic, fierce and melodic whilst still drawing from hardcore punk to create a satisfying blend of groovy hardcore. We chat to the boys responsible about recording, collaborating with Sean Smith and more.


“In this current lineup, we’ve been going since January and probably like a year before that, but it was just jamming…”

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“In just twelve minutes Fangs Out blast out enough riffs and reasons to entice your ears towards the West Midlands and towards yet another brilliant British hardcore act.” 

Mind Noise Network



Rising to the challenge, Fangs Out have put together an electrifying collection of songs that best encapsulates the artists and music that inspire them as a band.

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