At a Skeletonwitch show -- it now being the band's seventh year bringing their blackened thrash attack across America and beyond -- don't be surprised to see guitarist Scott Hedrick hanging out in front of the club with fans and friends alike before thrashing whatever audience that is in whatever city it is on whatever night tonight shortly thereafter. Here, there, overseas ... he's still just one of us fans.
It's not hard to figure out what a band that names itself after Exodus' classic first album -- Bonded by Blood -- is gonna sound like, but Pomona, Calif.'s premier thrash band accomplish the feat with more skill than many new Exodus-inspired groups.
High on Fire frontman Matt Pike has lots of influences, including Black Sabbath, Motörhead, St. Vitus, Celtic Frost, Trouble and Cathedral. However, it's what he does with those influences that separates him from oth
There's a whole mess of metal releases hitting the shelves this week, and we expect to see fans flock to record stores or to iTunes to snap up the embarrassingly rich plethora of albums. It's almost too much to choose from -- and that's a damn good problem to have in the metal universe
High on Fire aren't new to the music business. Five albums in, 'Snakes for the Divine' is taking off and shooting the California metal band to new heights. So while positive reviews in the New York Times and Chicago Tribune are n
Metallica really do have good taste when it comes to metal, having invited Machine Head, Lamb of God, Mastodon and now High on Fire to tour with them. The dirty-metal power trio High on Fire have been hand-selected by,
The guys in High on Fire are featured on the April cover of Decibel magazine. While being on the cover of any magazine is a major honor, the band members were admittedly freaked at the concept of having a live snake draped around their bodies. In fact, the band didn't even learn of the snake concept until the night
Touring is expensive. Traveling cross country in a bus can cost a band upwards of $30,000 per month. That's astronomical for up-and-coming bands -- and even for some mid-level, growing and established acts. Tour
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