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High On Fire at Amoeba Records, SF 

By David Downs
Reporter's Notebook: High On Fire at Amoeba Records, Sept. 18, Tuesday, at 7 p.m. Free. Guitarist Matt Pike - sick!
By David Downs
The evening consisted of a free, tinnitus-inducing 30-minute set plus an autograph sesh. The 7-year-old band tours this Fall in support of their 4th album "Death Is This Communion." Read the cd review here.
By David Downs
Weed dealers on Haight St. patrol for stoner metal marks.
By David Downs
Crowd of 100 mostly dudes at this show. Enjoying the cookie monster voice is positively correlated to having balls.
By David Downs
After a summer of festival barricades, Amoeba offers up-close interaction.
By David Downs
Twas the summer of 'Rehab' wasn't it?
By David Downs
Pike, formerly of SLEEP, thanked the crowd, asked them if they were buying the cd, but mostly shredded.
By David Downs
Fans, formerly of good homes.
By David Downs
Lots of hair and b.o made the audience a bunch of mouth breathers by the end.
By David Downs
High on Fire's first North American date in support of their Sept. 7 release "Death Is This Communion" necessitates video coverage. The band tours through October.
By David Downs
Drummer Des Kensel puts in work.
By David Downs
Jeff Matz on bass
By David Downs
Matz. Bass.
By David Downs
Pike balances sludgy power chords with virtuosic, finger-tapping brutality.
By David Downs
CD purchasers got a free seven-inch and a chance to say hi to the band.
By David Downs
Upcoming, Crime on 9.21. Sweet.
16/16
By David Downs
Upcoming, Crime on 9.21. Sweet.
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