Red Fang have a history of clever videos and that continues with the release of their latest effort, "Shadows," which just debuted at Funny or Die. The band reunited with director Whitey McConnaughy for the video which finds an ordinary camping trip in the woods turning into a Predator-like fight for survival.

Singer-guitarist Bryan Giles says, "It was a crazy adventure through the woods in rural Oregon. It has stunt men, real firepower and some great explosions! We had a blast on this one." The video starts with the guys unknowingly running afoul of a pair of comic book enthusiasts before heading out to the forest. But once there, their cooler mysteriously starts to leave the camping area with the guys in hot pursuit, only to find a Predator-like creature has lured them into a fight for survival. Watch it all play out in an over-the-top manner in the video above.

The video marks the sixth collaboration between the band and McConnaughy, who started off the partnership on 2010's "Prehistoric Dog" video and continued through the zombie-themed "Blood Like Cream" clip in 2013.

As for the song, "Shadows" is the second track to be released (the first was "Flies") off the band's forthcoming disc, Only Ghosts. The band worked on the album with producer Ross Robinson and it's currently on schedule for an Oct. 14 street date via Relapse Records. Both "Shadows" and "Flies" are available as instant downloads when you make a digital pre-order at this location. There are also physical Only Ghosts album bundles available here.

Look for Red Fang on tour this fall in both the U.S. and the U.K., with Torche and Whores joining in on select dates. See their scheduled dates below.

Red Fang 2016 Tour Dates:

9/22 -- Portland, Ore. -- Northwest Hesh Fest
9/26 -- Brighton, UK -- Concorde 2
9/27 -- London, UK -- Koko
9/28 -- Bristol, UK -- Bierkeller
9/29 -- Leeds, UK -- Stylus
9/30 -- Manchester, UK -- Manchester Academy 2
10/2 -- Birmingham, UK -- Institute2
10/3 -- Glasgow, UK -- Garage
10/4 -- Newcastle, UK -- Riverside
10/5 -- Southampton, UK -- Engine Rooms
10/7 -- Athens, Greece -- Desert Fest
10/9 -- Paris, France -- Trabendo
10/10 -- Munich, Germany -- Strom
10/11 -- Vienna, Austria -- Szene Wien
10/12 -- Berlin, Germany -- Huxleys
10/13 -- Cologne, Germany --- Essigfabrik
10/14 -- Antwerp, Belgium -- Desert Fest
10/15 -- Leipzig, Germany -- Conne Island
10/16 -- Hamburg, Germany -- Markethalle
10/18 -- Odense, Denmark -- Posten
10/19 -- Oslo, Norway -- John Dee
10/20 -- Stockholm, Sweden -- Debaser Medis
10/21 -- Malmo, Sweden -- KB
10/22 -- Munster, Germany -- Skater’s Place
10/23 -- Karlsruhe, Germany -- Substage
10/24 -- Amsterdam, Netherlands -- Melkweg (OZ)
11/18 -- San Francisco, Calif. -- Slim’s
11/19 -- Pomona, Calif. -- Glasshouse
11/20 -- Los Angeles, Calif. -- Teragram Ballroom
11/22 -- San Diego, Calif. -- Casbah
11/23 -- Phoenix, Ariz. -- Rebel Lounge
11/25 -- Austin, Texas -- Mohawk
11/26 -- Dallas, Texas -- Three Links
11/27 -- Houston, Texas -- Warehouse Studio
11/29 -- Atlanta, Ga. -- Masquerade (Hell)
11/30 -- Durham, N.C. -- Motorco
12/1 -- Washington, D.C. -- Rock and Roll Hotel
12/2 -- Philadelphia, Pa. -- Underground Arts
12/3 -- Brooklyn, N.Y. -- Music Hall of Williamsburg
12/4 -- Boston, Mass. -- The Sinclair
12/5 -- New York, N.Y. -- Mercury Lounge
12/7 -- Pittsburgh, Pa. -- Spirit Lounge
12/8 -- Cleveland, Ohio -- Beachland Ballroom
12/9 -- Detroit, Mich. -- El Club
12/10 -- Chicago, Ill. -- Metro
12/11 -- Bloomington, Ill. -- Castle Theater
12/13 -- Denver, Colo. -- Bluebird Theater
12/14 -- Salt Lake City, Utah -- Urban Lounge
12/15 -- Boise, Idaho -- Neurolux
12/16 -- Seattle, Wash. -- Showbox

*Torche appears on all European and U.S. dates except Heshfest
*Whores appear on all U.S. dates except Heshfest