HIGH ON FIRE: In-Studio Feature To Run On MP3.com

January 25, 2007

Starting Tuesday, January 30, HIGH ON FIRE will be featured on MP3.com. The feature will be a video podcast of an in-studio interview with HIGH ON FIRE guitarist Matt Pike. Pike talks about five great metal records that he feels should be staples in any collection as well as HIGH ON FIRE's recent time spent writing their follow-up album to 2005's acclaimed "Blessed Black Wings". HIGH ON FIRE's MP3.com artist page can be found here and be sure to visit the MP3.com home page on Tuesday for this exclusive interview.

In other news, HIGH ON FIRE has announced two Northern California live appearances for this weekend to test out some of the new material before starting the recording process this spring. The details are as follows:

Jan. 26 - Sacramento, CA @ Blue Lamp (w/ WILLHAVEN)
Jan. 27 - Chico, CA @ Lost On Main (21+)

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