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Tag Archives: Matt Pike

New High On Fire album is on the way

Posted by on May 29, 2014

Have you been in need of new sludgetastic music from High On Fire? It’s currently in the works. The band is reportedly hunkered down for writing sessions, and they’ve offered an update on their progress thus far. Frontman Matt Pike shared the following about how the new record is shaping up: “Des, Jeff and I […]

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Matt Pike talks poop with comedian Rob Delaney

Posted by on January 28, 2014

[youtube]http://youtu.be/P-xW6Uf3DY8[/youtube] High on Fire frontman Matt Pike and comedian Rob Delaney have a lot in common. They’re both now sober, they’re both on the road a lot, and they both love High on Fire. In a video interview with Noisey, Delaney and Pike held forth on a variety of topics, including the open letter that […]

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Metal Insider’s Top 5: “Reunion Albums” we wish would become a reality

Posted by on January 20, 2014

Metal Insider’s Top 5 is a column where we count down the top five of…well basically anything. Last week, our buds at Metal Sucks and Noisey debated whether or not the reunited At The Gates should make their way back into the studio and record a new album. Then this morning, The Haunted released its first new […]

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High On Fire unleash disturbing “Slave to the Hive” video

Posted by on December 3, 2013

[youtube]http://youtu.be/1CCUO2HWs6k[/youtube] High on Fire’s “Slave to the Hive” is the gift that keeps on giving. First, the single, a new non-album track, was released by Scion A/V just in time for the band’s tour with Kvelertak and Doomriders. And now, an insane video has premiered for the song over at Noisey. If you dislike hospitals, […]

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High On Fire release new song for tour

Posted by on October 15, 2013

Last year’s release of High on Fire’s De Vermis Mysteriis proved that High on Fire still had a lot of fuel left in their creative tanks. At home in a live setting, the trio recorded a pair of concerts in New York last year to release Spitting Fire Live, two discs that spanned their career. And now, […]

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Vista Chino Drummer Brant Bjork’s Top 5: Stoner Rock And Metal Bands

Posted by on August 5, 2013

If anyone can be considered an expert of weed-inspired music, it’s Brant Bjork. Not only was he the time keeper behind seminal stoner rockers Kyuss, but continues the tradition with Visto Chino (also featuring his Kyuss bandmate John Garcia). In anticipation of the group’s debut album Peace, out September 3 via Napalm Records, we asked […]

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One Live Album Isn’t Enough For High On Fire

Posted by on May 29, 2013

There are some bands that are truly best experienced one way: live. High on Fire is definitely one of those bands. Although they’ve come close, especially with last year’s De Vermiis Mysteriis, a  CD recording just can’t quite capture the thunderous power of the stoner metal trio. But for those who cannot make it to a […]

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Slash Records Theme Song To New Version Of “Angry Birds”

Posted by on March 11, 2013

[youtube width=”500″ height=”344″]http://youtu.be/EH1T-_gwt78[/youtube] Turns out that Matt Pike isn’t the only hard rock/metal guitarist in love with Angry Birds. In fact, Slash is such an avid player that the creators hired him to record the theme song to the game’s new version of Angry Birds Space. The former Guns N’ Roses guitarist even received his own […]

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What Are You Playing?: High On Fire’s Matt Pike Talks Angry Birds, Metal Alliance, Live Album

Posted by on January 10, 2013

Welcome to Metal Insider’s video game column, What Are You Playing? With High on Fire frontman Matt Pike newly sober, he’s been spending a lot of time playing video games, namely Angry Birds. We caught up with Pike to speak about his latest, more healthy, addiction, as well as the band’s addition to the Metal Alliance […]

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Metal Insider’s Top 10: Shocking Moments Of 2012

Posted by on December 21, 2012

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been celebrating the best albums that came out in 2012. However, while the past year was packed with great music, 2012 also had its fair share of unbelievable moments. Some were joyous surprises, while others were downright horrifying. All in all, though, each moment resonated throughout the metal community. […]

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