The High on Fire frontman discusses the band’s new album, Electric Messiah, and more more in this exclusive interview.
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All 72 songs that helped define a generation of misfits straight outta Manchester.
Nearly everything fans of the pioneering shoegaze band could want in a comeback record.
A strong step forward that’ll please old and new Chef fans alike.
Another installment of technical death metal with few compromises.