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Blood Red ShoesWhen a band releases a self-titled album, it usually means one of two things - they feel like they've made their defining statement, or they ran out of ideas for album titles. Happily, For Blood Red Shoes, it's the former. "I feel like this is the strongest thing we've ever done," says Steven Ansell, drummer. "It's the most honest f*cking record we've ever made. It's us completely naked."1. Welcome Home
2. Everything All at Once
3. An Animal
4. Grey Smoke
5. Far Away
6. The Perfect Mess
7. Behind a Wall
9. Speech Coma
10. Don't Get Caught
11. Cigarettes in the Dark
12. Tightwire$22.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
The Art Of Self Defense180g double vinyl version from Southern Lord in Stoughton gatefold jacket with 20 page bound in 12" x 12" book and printed inner-sleeves.
Cult metal favorite High On Fire was founded by former Sleep guitarist Matt Pike in the summer of 1998. Berthed out of the need to simply play guitar again, Pike jammed with and settled on a line-up of powerhouse drummer Des Kensel and longtime guitarist compatriot George Rice, who made the switch to bass to round out the trio. They had scarcely been together for a few months before demoing three songs. That demo, featuring "Master of Fists" and instant classics "10,000 Years" and "Blood from Zion," became among the most sought-after tapes in the underground metal scene. High On Fire got straight to the point, bashing away with a neanderthal sense of purpse and creating hyptnotic, droning waves of powerful riffs and low-end thunder of the likes not heard before.
Throughout '99, High On Fire continued writing for their debut full-length. The band recorded their debut with Sleep engineer/producer Billy Anderson at Shark Bite Studios in Oakland, CA. The Art of Self Defense served up a rock hard, unorthodox form of modern metal cloaked in strange religious theology and the trio's style was unique, distinct, heavy as all fuck and absolutely crushing. The album immediately became a cult classic and not even the closure of the label that released the album (Man's Ruin) could stop the powerhouse that had been unleashed. Tee Pee records reissued the album in 2001 with 2 bonus tracks: "Steel Shoes" and a ripping cover of the Celtic Frost song "The Usurper."
Another meticulously packaged vinyl release from the masters of the craft. Without question one of the most supernal releases in the history of the label!1. Baghdad
2. 10,000 Years
3. Blood From Zion
6. Master of Fists$26.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now