Tag: High On Fire

Last Rites’ Facebook Albums Of The Week: March 31st – April 6th

“Album Of The Day” is a Last Rites Facebook feature we started whose purpose is quite straight-forward: highlight one album per day and say a few words about it. Understanding that not everyone chooses to

Last Rites’ Best Of 2015 – Combined Staff List

Hails and nails, fellow howlers at the moon. It’s time once again to gather about yon round table to celebrate/dispute the Kingdom of Heavy Metal’s top albums of the year. Having recently divulged our picks

High On Fire – Luminiferous Review

I’ll admit I approached High on Fire’s latest, Luminiferous with some trepidation. The band’s last record, De Vermis Mysteriis, was the first High on Fire album that I did not thoroughly enjoy. To my ears

KK’s Best Of 2012: Fuck Hope And Godspeed

For the sake of brevity, I’ll spare everyone the details of what went on in my life this year, how the weather is, how I feel about current global economic difficulties, etc. etc. etc. Like

Last Rites’ Best Of 2012 – Combined Staff List

First thing’s first: Welcome to Last Rites! Now, it might seem weird for a “new” webzine to be bursting out of the gate with a Top 926-or-whatever Albums of the Year list, but, despite appearances

High On Fire – The Art Of Self Defense (Reissue) Review

If you’re thinking that you’ve seen this before, meaning a reissue of High On Fire’s debut The Art Of Self Defense, you’d be right. In 2001, Tee Pee Records reissued the album with a couple

Riffology 107 – The Face Of Oblivion

In celebration of the release of De Vermis Mysteriis, we will be analyzing a High On Fire riff in this week’s lesson. And in keeping with our last lesson’s theme of majestic riffs that emerge

High On Fire – De Vermis Mysteriis Review

Originally written by Jordan Campbell Unless you’ve spent the last decade listening to Anvil in your sweatpants, you’re probably hip to High On Fire‘s status as (arguably?) the most complete band in heavy metal. They’ve