There's so much to say about High On Fire and how heavy Matt Pike's riffs really are that we actually don't know where to begin. To mention Sleep and throw some of Pike's wits around spinebusting riffs and long and doomy guitar melodies, or to go full on about how amazing High On Fire are, and how they've grown to be one of the most important and influential metal acts of the last decades. With "De Vermis Mysteriis", record in Godcity Studios with the one and only Kurt Ballou from Converge, the North-American trio set to prove they're no at all old: they still know how to riff and they can do it as brutally and with the same momentum and power they've been doing since 1998. We shall say it: this demonic beast is alive and there's smoke coming from its mouth. Ready to breath fire out!