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Metal Alliance Tour live shots!

Metal Alliance Tour live shots!

| April 10, 2013 | 0 Comments

Anthrax, Exodus, High On Fire, Municipal Waste

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Caught In A Mosh: April 2012

Caught In A Mosh: April 2012

| March 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

The giveaway — apart from the byline and absence of Super Troopers references — that Trevor Fisher has been taking some deserved time off from IE has been zero babbling on one of three fronts: High On Fire, Superchrist, or Bible Of The Devil.

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High On Fire at Riot Fest!

High On Fire at Riot Fest!

| October 13, 2010 | 2 Comments

Stop me if you’ve heard this one: High On Fire was great the other night. That could be the lead sentence to any High On Fire live review. Ever read a piece that says the band was just O.K. at such-and-such venue in such-and-such city? Or “High On Fire sounded good, but lacked stage presence”?

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Caught In A Mosh: August 2010

Caught In A Mosh: August 2010

| July 30, 2010 | 0 Comments

The Big Bore So I paid $18 to see The Big Four broadcast in June. The idea of going to the movies to watch a metal concert was a bit strange and spending nearly $20 to do so was plain dumb, but I had to. My gut tells me this thing eventually comes to The […]

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High On Fire reviewed

High On Fire reviewed

| March 3, 2010 | 0 Comments

Snakes For The Divine (E1) By all reasonable accounts – ignoring the kinds of people who insist Mastodon’s Remission is better than Leviathan – High On Fire’s 2007 Death Is This Communion is its magnum opus. That’s partly because High On Fire is High On Fucking Fire and doesn’t bother with shit that doesn’t rule […]

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Two Dethklok/Mastodon reviews!

Two Dethklok/Mastodon reviews!

| October 21, 2009 | 0 Comments

Mastodon/Dethklok/Converge/High On Fire Roy Wilkins Auditorium, St. Paul Friday, October 16, 2009 A curious bill of artists mixing an odd hodgepodge of metal styles, a fictional band brought to life, and a psychedelic astral journey set to prog-metal made for an astounding, exhausting night of music.

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