Gold & Grey's awful production overshadows its handful of songwriting peaks.
Apart from the slightly improved production quality and a couple of stylistic risks, Electric Messiah is a pretty standard High on Fire album.
Stoner metal titan Sleep makes a hell of a comeback with The Sciences, which encompasses both the band's classic sound and influences from the members' other creative endeavors over the past 15 years.
On Emperor of Sand, Mastodon pads out rehashed ideas from their last several albums with alt-rock choruses that went out of style with the 90s.
Kylesa returns with an album that balances crushing sludge metal with spacey psych rock.
High On Fire's latest album is one of their catchiest and most melodic yet.
Video: Red fang- "Wires" Directed by Whitey McConnaughy, the new Red Fang video is absolutely hilarious. Without going too far into the details, it's basically a story of American ingenuity and creativity, following the tale of what four dudes do with a music video budget of 5,000 dollars. Brian Posehn even makes a cameo!
Brace for beer, head-on collisions, and explosions.
Red Fang's new LP is Murder the Mountains. Look for it now on Relapse Records.