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"Black Moon Spell" is the ass-kicking title track from King Tuff's ass-kicking new album, so it goes without saying the song needs a pretty ass-kicking video. King Tuff has definitely gotten that…   Read Story »
Kyle Thomas has made noise with a lot of different bands: Happy Birthday, Feathers, Witch. But he really hit his artistic stride when he renamed himself King Tuff and started knocking out snotty,…   Read Story »
King Tuff is getting ready to release the new album Black Moon Spell, and today shares a new single, "Headbanger." It's super aggressive and distorted, but puts all that energy into being as catchy…   Read Story »
In a couple of weeks, King Tuff will release Black Moon Spell, an album full of rip-snorting, glammed-up garage-rock tantrums, "Eyes Of The Muse" and "Black Moon Spell" among them. Tuff's new song…   Read Story »
Kyle Thomas' kickass garage-rock project King Tuff returns next month with the new album Black Moon Spell, and if you ever heard the self-titled LP he released in 2012, you know that this is good…   Read Story »
A couple of years ago, Happy Birthday frontman Kyle Thomas reinvented himself as the garage-rock star King Tuff. His 2012 self-titled album was a total monster of snotty, glammy, charged-up…   Read Story »
One of King Tuff's first great songs was an ode to his "Sun Medallion," and now to celebrate the reissue of the album that song was on (2008's Was Dead) Burger Records has released a music video for…   Read Story »
This weekend, thousands of people will be flocking to San Francisco. No they're not going there to celebrate the 10th anniversary of The Room -– it's time for Outside Lands 2013! Now of course…   Read Story »
This past weekend, the yearly roots-influenced music festival Pickathon took place at the Pendarvis Farm in Happy Valley, Oregon, just outside of Portland. Feist, Divine Fits, Kurt Vile, and Pure…   Read Story »
Right now, like no time since Crypt Records' mid-'90s heyday, the American indie underground is flush with excellent pedal-mashing, hormone-driven garage rock revivalists. And now, the great minds at…   Read Story »