Adam to provide art for new Red Hare album

Looks like one of the pieces Adam shared recently on Instagram wasn’t for Tool, but for punk band Red Hare‘s album Nites of Midnight. I’ve never heard of Red Hare but they consist of Swiz members Jason Farrell (also of Bluetip and Retisonic), Shawn Brown (also of Dag Nasty and Jesus Eater), Dave Eight (Swiz and Bluetip), as well as Joe Gorelick (of Garden Variety, Retisonic, and Bluetip). Here’s a album:

The album should be available via Dischord on May 21.

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void
7 years ago

Sounds cool to me. I’m a Fugazi/Dischord Records superfan. I do like some of these guys previous bands – Bluetip, Dag Nasty and Swiz though.

DRURY
DRURY
7 years ago

somebody mention Fugazi? They are legend. Anyone see them live? Life changing.

void
7 years ago

I saw Fugazi live 4 times, they were always incredible and they remain (along with Tool) as one of my favorite bands of all time.

Also, I wouldn’t just totally write off Red Hare as “punk” though. These guys’ former bands cover a wide range of genres/sub-genres.

Z-Werewolf
Z-Werewolf
7 years ago

Dope album cover artwork! Haven’t listened to the band at all yet. If it’s punk I’m sure it’s going to be very “run of the mill” so easy to listen to and nothing new.

Z-Werewolf
Z-Werewolf
7 years ago

I’ll still check it out I’m aware that it could surprise me. I usually give most music a chance except for country, pop or hip pop (studio produced ganstas n shit).

Z-Werewolf
Z-Werewolf
7 years ago

Tyson April 5, 2013 at 4:05 pm Zwerewolf said I usually give most music a chance except for country, pop or hip pop (studio produced ganstas n shit). Well you’re missing out on a lot of great music. You sound like a 15yr old metal head. Yeah not really I’m 28 and don’t really listen to alot of metal either… well… depends on what you consider metal… and country is absolutely out of the question for me. I had a bad experience (i listened to it once upon a time). Don’t like rap very much… I’ll listen to it when… Read more »

Z-Werewolf
Z-Werewolf
7 years ago

Afterthought… What the fuck is it with all the people in this fucking forum that decide they are going to call people out? (Yes I’m calling the people out that call people out I already know someone will drop that line so let me nip it now). Seriously… it’s like conflict MUST occur in here! I swear to fucking Christ (yes the fictional biblical character) it’s getting fucking old. Nobody can say anything in here without some smart mouthed piece of shit chiming in and being confrontational. I’M HERE BECAUSE I LIKE TOOL AND THIS SITE IS FUCKING TITS! (TITS=AWESOME… Read more »

Z-Werewolf
Z-Werewolf
7 years ago

: Sigh… I hope you feel masculine after being antagonistic in a forum. You’re probably whacking off as we speak because you feel so turned on by your own masculinity.
Whatever you say goes now ok “G Unit”. We’ll play by your rules does that make you feel better? Everyone gets a trophy for playing too ok?

Z-Werewolf
Z-Werewolf
7 years ago

Yeah you’re right Hellboy. I just don’t get the ball busting thing. I mean if you’re that into it you should just do gay porn…

Z-Werewolf
Z-Werewolf
7 years ago

Speaking of new albums, did anyone see the news update on toolband.com for the Palms album? They are done with their part now it just has to go through one final mix and master then replication & distribution! That was quick! Wish TOOL made albums that fast. I’ll definitely be buying this album in June when it comes out. Anyone else? Side Note: I missed a big weekend of big talk apparently! Drury Crow and Mog appear to have gotten the thread closed? Yikes… I don’t blame you Hellboy it gets completely out of control alot of the time.

demorgan
7 years ago

Let this comment not stray away from a natural forming thread of conversation….the hare could have been displayed a little larger..but thats just an opinion.

demorgan
7 years ago

Reminds me of the movie called “MARTYRS” a 2008 horror movie directed by Pacal Laugier.