High On Fire
*You can find that here.
**The PARENTAL ADVISORY label that mars an otherwise very cool album cover I believe refers more to the album's content than its use of bad language. There's very little profanity.
***Her words, not mine.
High On Fire's Luminiferous is an excellent follow-up to the also brilliant De Vermis Mysteriis and should qualify for many of this year's Best Of lists beyond the metal categorization. I don't know how High On Fire keeps doing it, but the band's high-intensity output is consistently good.
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