All songs written, performed, and recorded by Moon Tooth.
Produced, engineered, mixed and mastered by Ray Marte.
Recorded at Westfall Recording Company; Winter - Summer 2013.
"Moon Tooth draw heavy influence from Torche, Mastodon, Baroness and the luck, but they somehow manage to make it sound completely original while feeling so, so familiar." - Metal Sucks - www.metalsucks.net/2013/08/27/unsigned-789/
"Gut-thumping prog and punk influenced metal that effortlessly blends the high-adrenaline and technical virtuosity of The Dillinger Escape Plan with the snarl of Mastodon." - Good Times Magazine
"The energy just spills out of Freaks in a raging torrent of sounds, battering the ears and daring you not to dig it. It’s impossible not to be drawn in by the sheer exuberance on display here." - The Sleeping Shaman - www.thesleepingshaman.com/reviews/album-reviews/m/moon-tooth-freaks-digital-ep-2013/
"The primary ethos of Moon Tooth is clearly infinite, indefinite, indifferent Energy. This record is chock full of piss and vinegar and there is no rest for these wicked young lads. At all times their music screams, "now now now now."
-Salty Speakers. saltyspeakers.com/reviewsnews.html
"Overall, you can tell that arrangement, complexity, ultra-tight performances, a clean production and just plain catchiness were well thought out and the end result is nothing short of brilliance. Go listen to this band, especially if you are looking for something new and interesting." - The Sludgelord. thesludgelord.blogspot.com/2013/09/moontooth-freaks-ep-review.html
"Upon first encounter it is apparent that "FREAKS" is bursting at the seams with vitality and energy, and never slows down for the entire ride." - Sputnik Music. www.sputnikmusic.com/review/58948/Moon-Tooth-FREAKS/
"It's fast, heavy as the earth itself, melodic and strikingly beautiful, all at the same time..." - Review of FREAKS EP by Norwegian site DEN DRUKNE SKALD - dendrukneskald.com/2013/07/25/moon-tooth-freaks-ep/
" It was like all hell breaking loose at the church congregation's annual picnic. Bodies scattered and ran for cover as the band put Clifton on notice. It was a jaw dropping set that took my jaw right out of it's proper place and to the clubs unwashed floor." - live review of Dingbatz show 5.1.13 by James Damion // unitedbyrocketscience.blogspot.com