9 Songs, 53 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

High on Fire show off their years of experience melting faces and terrifying eardrums with Luminiferous, an album whose sole intent is to crush listeners under the weight of its unfathomably dense guitar riffage and pummeling drums. If you can make it through monumental ragers like “Carcosa” and the loud-quiet-loud torture of “The Cave” all the way to closer “The Lethal Charmer,” you’ll either feel like a heavy metal god, or like you’ve been slain by one.

EDITORS’ NOTES

High on Fire show off their years of experience melting faces and terrifying eardrums with Luminiferous, an album whose sole intent is to crush listeners under the weight of its unfathomably dense guitar riffage and pummeling drums. If you can make it through monumental ragers like “Carcosa” and the loud-quiet-loud torture of “The Cave” all the way to closer “The Lethal Charmer,” you’ll either feel like a heavy metal god, or like you’ve been slain by one.

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