Reviews of Foxfire's song "Daddy's A Rock Star":

"Classic rawk! Is this a supergroup made up of Janis singing lead, the Ramones drummer, and Black Sabbath guitarists? Pretty cool sound guys."

"pounding rock the type you need on the radio to wake up americans these days. lets rock son."

" a set of lungs on her...this tune got much energy and power"

"I love to hear women belt out some rock vocals and y'all have it!!"

—From various posts on (Foxfire song reviews)

Reviews of Foxfire's song "Maybe":

"Nice fat bass and energetic guitars...a fun band"

"...surprising and pretty refreshing..."

"I like that bass sound. great sounding fuzz."

"Very punk rock...overall the tone of the song reminds me a little bit of Kyuss."

"Gotta love that bass..."

"Quite a good opening with the bass start and the guitar crashing in...the production values were all pretty good, everything being well d[e]fined and balanced. Nice guitar tone, good attacking bass and some well played drums."

"i like the begin[n]ing...oh yeah, chick singer sounds great...this kinda has like a punk edge to it which i like...everybody sounds really tight."

—From various posts on (Foxfire song reviews)

Reviews from Foxfire's MySpace page:

"The songs you have up sound fuckin' great!!!"

"FOXFIRE kicks ass!!!"

"You RAWK!!!"

"I NEED MY FOXFIRE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

"WHEW> Yall kicked ass last night."

"we love us some FOXFIRE!"

"I really enjoyed the show Sat....YOU *ROCK*!!"

"FOXFIRE ROCKS!" "Love the new songs"

"You guys definately brought the rock last night."

"the new stuff really kicks ass!"

"Great show the other night."

"Can't wait to see FOXFIRE next time i'm in ATL!"

"ya'll rocked last weekend"

"Kick Ass new music"

"you guy's rocked last night!!!"

"kick ass songs!"

"Ur tracks do sounds great.. Rawk on da stage.."

"HI I LOVE MY FOXFIRE CD and I love the FOXFIRE trio. True musicians with a love of music, they are!"

—From various posts on Foxfire's MySpace page

Review from Wildy's World:

Foxfire — Early Rising
2008, Sludge Hammer Records

Marietta, Georgia's Foxfire is a classic power trio born from the early 1970's Garage Metal movement. If the Runaways got into an alley fight with Courtney Love and Hole and put together a band from whoever was standing at the end then you might have something a bit like Foxfire. Big guitar sound and structure are the key elements here; melody and composition are almost secondary on Early Rising, the band's debut CD. Vocalist Rachel Collins has a decent Rock/Metal voice, engaging the same rasp that made Janis Joplin a household name but without the same tone or color.

I've listened through this album several times now, and I struggle to find even one track that really stands out from the rest. That's not an indication that the album is bad, it's solid and fairly uniform throughout. The sound has a definite Lo-Fi flavor, sounding like it may have been recorded in one or two takes in a concrete room with minimal production gloss. The sound is true to the nature of the band, who are probably better appreciated in a live setting. In a bar, with the amps turned way up, Foxfire can create a wall of sound through sheer force. On CD, it just doesn't carry quite as well, with the music sounding a bit thin and a bit too much like so much that's gone before.

Early Rising isn't a bad album, but there also isn't anything specific about it that elevates it to memorable status. Early Rising represents solid work from a solid band.

Rating: 2.5 Stars (Out of 5)

You can learn more about Foxfire at You can pick up a copy of Early Rising at

Posted by Wildy at 5:00 AM
Labels: Courtney Love, Hole, Janis Joplin, The Runaways

—Posted on Wildy's World on 27 April 2009

Foxfire in the Marietta Daily Journal

The Marietta-based rock band Foxfire is hosting a festival to celebrate Women's History Month, focusing on art and music from female artists. The festival is March 22 at Lenny's Bar and Grill at 486 Decatur Street in Atlanta. The purpose of the festival is to promote awareness of women, especially local women, in art and music. Foxfire relocated to Marietta last year, when their drummer and part-time singer Kris Hale and her husband, Stephen Carrington (who plays bass guitar and sings back-up with Foxfire), moved to the east Cobb area, where Carrington grew up. Cost is $7 and the show is restricted to those 21 and older. Doors open at 9 p.m. Contact Foxfire through their MySpace page at or Lenny's Bar at (404) 577-7721

—By Sally Litchfield, as printed in the Marietta Daily Journal on 12 March 2008