An Interview with Sergeant Thunderhoof

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In this special guest post, our friend Boss The Ross interviews English stoner rock band Sergeant Thunderhoof.

Sergeant Thunderhoof. Say it again and let it roll around in your mind.

When I first discovered this band, the name is what really stuck with me. And you, like me, probably want to know who or what Sergeant Thunderhoof is exactly.

Turns out Sergeant Thunderhoof is a 4-piece Stoner Rock band from Bath, England consisting of drummer Darren Ashman, bassist Jim Camp, vocalist Dan Flitcroft and  guitarist Mark Sayer. Shortly after my mid-December Record Swap with the Mighty Karhu, I contacted the band about an interview and, lo and behold, guitarist Mark Sayer was gracious enough to play along with my nerdy questions.

How would you describe your music?

Hard call man. We seem to have found a stoner groove as a band since we’ve been together, though elements of Psyched out Doom creep in. It’s not conscious, it just happens. But we are happy with the Stoner Rock tag as it encompasses a wide range of emotions.

Your first release, Zigurat, was put out as an EP even though it pushes the 40 minute mark, an LP length. Why the decision made to keep it an EP? 

Naivety? The fear that saying it was album but been laughed at for its brevity? Or just a plain blaggard attempt at re-writing what should be the length of an EP?!? Who knows, next!

A year and a half later, Ride of the Hoof is released and already there is an apparent change in song writing and  structure within the band. There seems to be more emphasis on passages within a song and their transitions. Was this a conscious decision or just a natural progression?

You grow and appreciate different mood movements or trips a song can take you on, sometimes this is the repeating of themes or riffs, tempo changes or all together. I think we just wanted to tell a story with each and make the transitions as fluid as possible. Also having bonded together as musicians we trust each other’s ideas that we bring to the table, and are able to arrange these movements in the best possible way. So to answer your question… a naturally conscious decision to grow our music (insert assholes here…)

The band’s lyrics have a slightly esoteric quality to them, talking about societal and religious themes as well. Who is the songwriter for the band? And what is your goal when developing the stories you tell? 

Dan writes the lyrics, though Jim & Darren have some input though more so on Zigurat. We build the songs musically first, Dan will find melodies by using lyrics from other songs to centre his mind. The songs have working titles based on what pops out of our mouths at the time; very rarely do these working titles survive on to the finished piece. “Goat Mushroom” and “Planet Hoof” were the only ones on this album to do so. I think that “Planet Hoof” as a title reflects direct reference to the title but “Goat Mushroom” is just the overall vibe… We had a working title for the album of “David Icke: Everything you’ve wanted to know and more”, for shits & giggles. We like the Esoteric and the imagery of control that organised religion sets on the biogram. Writing about real life can be mundane, so step into your subconscious and take a ride…

In “Planet Hoof” you build a background for the Thunderhoof character and use a first person point of view throughout the rest of the album. Is this all from the Sergeant’s perspective?

Pretty much. We wanted to give him some flesh, and liked the idea of a tongue in cheek concept album. Dan originally came up with the concept and we all added our six pence worth as to how he would develop. We are all pleased this saviour Dan has given us, the things he has achieved across the cosmos, repelled lizard women advances even with their breasts of size and finally saving us, the poor human race. Amazing.

Sergeant Thunderhoof art

In addition to your lyrics, your album artwork helps convey  “unknown space” themes and imagery, utilizing minimal color palettes, but a lot of color. Did the art come from the band, and what were the ideas behind it?

We are really lucky with our Artist, Sara-Jane Swettenham. Once the lyrics & concept were finalised we talked with Sara-Jane about our vision. She came back to us with some proofs in various colour ways and then bang. It was done. Like we said, very lucky to commission her.

Going back to the music, I played “Reptilian Woman” for an older fellow I work with; we commenced in instant head nodding with, “Oh yeah, I like that” thrown in. The music has a definite groove. What is it about “the groove” that makes it such a crucial element to your sound?

Similar to question 3 really. The groove is all. We want to feel how it moves, plays with your head, takes you to another place whilst making time stay still and journey through the cosmos at the same time. Cheesy, but doesn’t every band want this. We jam riffs out, change tempo or feel. It grows with each session until it’s ready. Perfectly baked, or perfect to get baked too…

“Enter the Zigurat” has some very interesting musical phrasing, and there are a variety of different styles I can hear in many of your other songs that all tie together to form your sound. What is the band’s musical background? And what are some influences that could be considered “out of the norm” for your style?

We come from different backgrounds and have shared these different influences to create Sergeant Thunderhoof; we are very lucky that it jelled and that we jelled as musicians. Dan, Jim & Darren played in a band together for years, Indica. It was a very progressive band founded in 1999, more than Nu-Metal, Metalcore or any other tags from that era. They were very heavily influenced by Faith no More, this influence they share with Mark, who is a little older and comes from a Thrash Metal background. He played in bands from the Devon scene back in the early ‘90s. We all have outside influences that revolve around just great tunes from a myriad of genres. Usual story, pop, punk, funk, EDM. Everything. You can be passionate about one style of music, but you can’t close your mind or ears to all the wonderful sonic variations out there.

A decent amount of comments from the Record Swap article I was a part of commended the vocal delivery, soaring high above the low and heavy riffs. What was the cause of utilizing this technique?

Dan has a great sense of dynamic when building melodies, he knows how each of us can add to the bigger, kick you in the ass picture by complimenting each other rather than been four solo artists trying to show off. Then, just jamming the tunes out in a room until you blow your own minds. And of course he had one bollock removed so he can hit the high notes like a castrato but has the remaining ball in reserve to delve into the deepest regions of the universe.

Sergeant Thunderhoof art 2

Another cincher for my enjoyment of the band is the tone. Being a musician myself, I am interested to know what gear the band uses?

Whoa there nelly! Aren’t these supposed to be carefully guarded secrets?!? Ha! Well Jim is favouring a Fender Classic Precision Bass fitted with a bare knuckle pickup, heavy gauge flatwounds, running through a Boss Bass Overdrive, vintage Vox Bass head going through whatever cabs he hasn’t destroyed with his lowend thuddery. Mark is using a mid ‘90s Cort MGM-1 guitar with Mighty Mite pickups into a Boss GT-8 (using analogue setings bar delay) into a heavily modded early ‘00s Marshall JCM2000 TSL in to a custom stage 2 cab running 4ohms. Darren keeps his tubs very secret. He maintains and wraps them himself, keeping them perfectly tuned. Pop to a show and he may divulge the make. Dan uses a TC-Helicon VoiceLive Touch 2 live to enable real time control over delays and reverb.

And finally, as a bit of fun, are any of you Manowar fans? And if so, what is your favorite album?

Of course we are fans but lacking the credentials to name-drop a favourite album. They play with honour and glory, and have the best costume & LP cover art department ever. But you’ve inspired us to get in touch with our inner Manowar-ness!


Thanks again to Sergeant Thunderhoof for the interview! Check the band out on Facebook, Twitter, and Bandcamp.

And a big thanks to Boss the Ross for conducting the interview!

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  • Dubs

    I prefer Lieutenant Hoofthunder from Shower, Wales. jkjk, Fun interview. I liked the part about the lizard boobs.

  • Of course it ends with a Manowar question.

  • Eliza

    Cool interview, great music, awesome post! Good job Ross!

    • Boss the Ross

      Thanks Eliza!

      • Eliza

        You’re welcome! 🙂 Also, it’s written above that you’re an aspiring musician. What instrument do you play?

        • Boss the Ross

          Guitar and bass, though i am known to dabble with drums.

          • When we will listen something from Boss?

          • Boss the Ross

            Hmm, we shall see…
            Do shitty Ramones covers count?

          • I make shitty Ramones covers with my shitty acoustic guitar and my shitty technique, jajaja! Of course it counts!

          • Boss the Ross

            I recorded this 5 years ago for fun.

            I’m a little better than just playing punk, but its always fun.
            https://youtu.be/06IRwgimsSE

          • WOOHOO!

            I dig!

          • Boss the Ross

            Right on!

          • Eliza

            This is not bad at all.

          • Boss the Ross

            Haha, thanks

          • Damn, I really need to learn to play guitar. Wish I could be a multi Instrumentist.

          • Boss the Ross

            I don’t actually own a drum set, so it’s been a while since I’ve played.
            But hell, guitar is fairly easy to pick up.

          • King Shit of Fuck Mountain

            I can play enough guitar, bass, and drums to get by.

          • You talented son-of-a-bitch you.

          • King Shit of Fuck Mountain

            I’m an asshole.

          • I can relate.

          • King Shit of Fuck Mountain

            You’re such relatable dude. I value our friendship.

          • Eliza

            The track to be played on Valentine’s Day.

          • The whole album.

          • Eliza

            That’s amazing! I can play guitar a little too.

          • YourLogicIsFlushed

            *Me playing “a little guitar”*
            https://i.imgur.com/BSkDAh.jpg

          • Siqqq Mumford cover brah!

          • Eliza

            I wish I could play that fast.

          • Boss the Ross

            Excellent!

  • YourLogicIsFlushed

    It is an outrage that Thunderhoof has not been promoted to Captain yet. Saving the world and inspiring awesome music? That’s promotion worthy in my book.

    • ChuggaChuggaDeedleyDoo

      Maybe Thunderhoof should have got himself a college degree–then he could have gone to officer candidate school and started out as a 2nd Lieutenant, probably making captain within 5 years.

      But no–Thunderhoof smoked too much reefer, didn’t stay in school, decided to play doomy music, and therefore is going to be a lowly petty officer for the rest of his military career and will never be a captain.

      He’ll probably get deployed in Syria after Donald Trump becomes president and be cannon fodder for ISIS.

      #DoomRuinsLives

      • Boss the Ross

        That was awesome.

      • Kanye’s Booty Finger Sundae

        It all went downhill after he started injecting marijuanas.

  • Their approach to the lyrics is cool, and their attitude towards imagination is good.

    I also liked their groovy approach and the crunchy tone.

    Good job in the interview, Boss. The band is very fun!

    • Boss the Ross

      Thanks Link!

  • Lacertilian

    Repelling lizard women??
    Why???

    • Dagon

      Needs more armpit

    • Edward/Breegrodamus™

      Wow, I just “refreshed for image”.

      • Dagon

        And now your whole day be refreshed

    • King Shit of Fuck Mountain

      Lizards and tits.

    • Janitor Jim Duggan

      I don’t know why. She’s pretty.

      • Boss the Ross

        It’s the lizard she’s holding.

        • Janitor Jim Duggan

          I like the lady more.

  • Edward/Breegrodamus™

    Boss the Ross, really good interview man.

    • Boss the Ross

      Thank you very much, it’s my first ever, so i was worried it would kinda suck.

      • Lacertilian

        That, it most certainly it did not.

        • Boss the Ross

          Solid!

        • Edward/Breegrodamus™

          Definitely didn’t suck.

      • You did it good, man. The questions were good write.

      • Kanye’s Booty Finger Sundae

        Nope, and looking forward to more interviews from you in the future!

        • Boss the Ross

          Thanks, I’ll try, we’ll see what happens.

          • Kanye’s Booty Finger Sundae

            Definitely easy to get the jitters with your first interview. I definitely had them doing my first interview back in 2002 with Lacuna Coil, which is like going from kindergarten right into the major leagues. Thankfully Christina’s super polite and friendly.

          • Boss the Ross

            This was email, so i had plenty of time to reword my questions and really think everything through

          • Edward/Breegrodamus™

            … remember what Yoda said, Boss.

          • Boss the Ross

            I will do.

    • Dagon

      I second this

      • Boss the Ross

        Thanks Dagon!

  • FYI (Off topic)

    NWN is going to be releasing some sort of Black Witchery compilation album in honor of Tregenda (RIP 1966-2016). According to NWN:

    “We are working on an early years compilation by Black Witchery. It will be dedicated to the memory of Tregenda. It will include both demos, 7″, split LP tracks, + Sarcofago cover. Impurath also found an alternate rough recording of the split LP tracks which may go on the release.”

  • Kanye’s Booty Finger Sundae

    Good band, good interview! PS, Ross and Joe are the same person? It says Ross is the author, but Joe’s listed as the author. *scratches head*

    • Dubs

      It very clearly says in the article this is a guest post.

      • Kanye’s Booty Finger Sundae

        Still, why not list him as the author at the end if he wrote it?

        • He doesn’t have a WordPress account probably. Does it really matter?

          • Kanye’s Booty Finger Sundae

            Nah, but just curious.

        • Boss the Ross

          I’m cool with it, doesn’t bother me.

  • Nice work Ross! I never circled back to check these guys after Record Swap, but I’m listening now and like what I’m hearing.

    • Boss the Ross

      Thanks Deuce! I really dig them, and I’m glad most everyone here is too

    • Edward/Breegrodamus™

      Did someone say grind?

      • Even when I don’t say it, I’m thinking it.

  • Dagon

    I really dig their sound and artwork. The one with the horse is like a purple swag version of Wo Fat’s cover. A trippy alternative to that dark drawing.

  • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

    Great interview Ross! This band sounds pretty good.

    P.S.
    As promised to you, I listened to a couple more Iced Earth albums. Disregard everything I may have said about them in the past. Everything up to Something Wicked This Way Comes kicks ass. Especially Burnt Offerings, that album owns hard.

    • Boss the Ross

      Thanks Frank!

      Hahahaha! Power metal convert in the making…

      • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

        Hahaha! Don’t get your hopes up too high. I also listened to Helloween’s Keeper of the Seven Keys albums (supposedly their best work). Still sounds like cheese to me.
        And I still can’t stand Edguy, Stratovarius, Gamma Ray, Rhapsody…
        Though I see myself getting into Blind Guardian eventually, but that’ll take some time.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            See, this ain’t horrible. But there’s something about the vocals that throws me off a bit.

          • Pre-Nightfall In Middle Earth Blind Guardian is more thrashy and speedy. If you liked Iced Earth you should look for those albums. I support Eliza’s recommendation with Walls of Jericho. And you can search for Rage, too.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            I listened to Imaginations from the Other Side a few years ago. I didn’t think it was bad, but I couldn’t fully enjoy it either. But I’ll go through a few of their albums again to see if my opinion on them has changed.
            Listened to a couple of Rage songs in the past, but I didn’t really explore them any further.

          • Godspeed on your quest, fellow warrior!

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            Cheers!

          • Boss the Ross

            Hail!

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            I rediscovered this album as well. Didn’t know there was good glam metal around, but here it is.

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=boptcdvX27E

          • Eliza

            I love this album! W.A.S.P.’s best.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            This is definitely their best. The Headless Children is a close second.

          • Eliza

            Have you listened to the album W.A.S.P. released last year? I only gave one track a listen.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            Haven’t checked the entire album out yet. I think I only listened to one track as well and didn’t explore it any further.

          • Eliza

            It didn’t feel like old WASP, but I didn’t hate it. I was curious if that album turned out good or not.

          • Óðinn

            They ate Satan’s penis. True story. 😉

            https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=k40Y7NbnNXw

          • Eliza

            Hehehe!

          • Óðinn
          • Eliza

            This is from their debut, right? That was a great albumas well.

          • Óðinn

            Sort of. Originally, it was on the b-side to the 12″ picture disc Animal (Fuck Like A Beast). It was added to reissues of their debut album a few years later.

          • Eliza

            I see. An awesome song nevertheless.

          • Boss the Ross

            I’ll have to give it a listen, I’m only vaguely familiar with WASP

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            Didn’t really explore WASP either. But this album is fantastic. I’d say it’s up to par with Operation Mindcrime as far as concept albums go.

          • Boss the Ross

            Right on. I know JJD is a big fan of Crimson Idol.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            Well, he really is right in this case!

          • Boss the Ross

            Don’t say that too loud…

          • Janitor Jim Duggan

            I am. It had a massive impact on me and still does

          • ME GORAK B.C.™

            & KILL!!!!

          • Boss the Ross

            WITH POWER!!!

          • ME GORAK B.C.™

            DIE!!!!
            DIE!!!!!

          • SMASH & FLUSH

          • ME GORAK B.C.™

            NEWER BLIND GUARDIAN ALBUMS TOOK FEW LISTENS FOR GORAK!!!!! THEN THEY BEST THING EVAR!!!!!!

            https://youtu.be/8CIfudW67zs

          • Eliza

            YOU THE MAN!!

          • ME GORAK B.C.™

            *THE CAVE MAN!!

          • Eliza

            CAVE MAN HAVE GREAT TASTE

          • Kanye’s Booty Finger Sundae

            …..

          • ULTRA RARE BLACKBEARD

            YOU SHUT YOUR FUCKING MOUTH

          • Kanye’s Booty Finger Sundae
        • Eliza

          Keeper was just the right balance of cheese and awesome that is fun to listen to.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            Still way too cheesy for me. I guess that’s part of their charm. But I just can’t really enjoy it.

          • Eliza

            Did you listen to Walls of Jericho? If you didn’t like Keeper, I’m not sure you’d like that one, but give it a try.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            Will put it on the list.

          • Eliza

            There’s some seriously awesome riffs in it.

        • Kanye’s Booty Finger Sundae

          You might like Demons And Wizards, since it’s the guys from Blind Guardian and Iced Earth.

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAifTNcgYyc

          • Boss the Ross

            Was just about to say this…

          • Kanye’s Booty Finger Sundae

            “Point on the doll and tell us where the bad Crimson King touched you……”

            http://old.daps.tv/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/MTU1MTg0MTI4_o_molestation-demonstration-clips-south-park-studios.jpg

          • Eliza

            Yes!

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            Doesn’t sound too bad. Some solid riffing in there, but at times a bit too “orchestral” for me. The thing I enjoyed so much in some of those Iced Earth albums were Barlow’s vocals. Extremely versatile and with some kind of dark quality to them.

          • Kanye’s Booty Finger Sundae

            Barlow definitely has the unique ability to be high pitched and baritone at the same time. It’s definitely got a gruffness to it.

        • Boss the Ross

          Hey man, one can hope.

    • Dubs

      Burnt Offerings is my favorite. That Dante track.

      • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

        I really dig the dark, haunting atmosphere of that album. I think those Iced Earth albums generally have an atmosphere that’s way different from most Euro-style power metal.

    • ULTRA RARE BLACKBEARD

      solid

  • Hmm, apparently Incantation is back on Relapse.

    • Kanye’s Booty Finger Sundae

      And gearing up for a new one, from what I read.

      • Apparently so.

      • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

        Which is good news.

  • Janitor Jim Duggan

    Too much heartbreak in my life. The amount I’ve had would make any man never want to love again but I keep on trying. I need to stop trying before I decide to never love again.

    • Did’t you post this yesterday?

    • Boss the Ross

      You need a Reptilian Woman in your life

    • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

      I have it easy then, since I was born a nihilist.

    • more beer

      I told you last night. You are 20 years old. Forget about the falling in love shit. Enjoy your youth and bang every chick you can. Which is pretty easy to do at your age.

      • Janitor Jim Duggan

        It’s hard to do that when no one wants to do it with you. That’s the problem about being too nice.

        • more beer

          Stop being so nice.

          • Janitor Jim Duggan

            That’s part of me though. It’s hard to not be nice when it’s part of your identity.

          • more beer

            Then you are going to be eternally fucked.

          • Janitor Jim Duggan

            I guess that’s going to be the case. If I stop being nice I’ll probably lose a lot of friends because I can be pretty vicious.

          • more beer

            I didn’t say be a total scum bag to your friends. But do stop putting these girls on a pedestal. Act like the man in the relationship. Chicks don’t want some wishy washy dude. They want you to be strong and for you to make them feel safe. Also a little indifference goes a long. Don’t act like you are in love after 2 dates.

          • Kanye’s Booty Finger Sundae

            Be assertive. Don’t put down the toilet seat. Use your shirt as a napkin on a dinner date. Wipe your nose with the table cloth. Throw garbage everywhere when you take her to the movies. Go into full detail about your bowel movements and nose hairs. Tuck an eaten chicken wing in your ear. Let her know you’re a man!

          • more beer

            Damn, that is like being Off for women.

          • Kanye’s Booty Finger Sundae

            If by ‘being Off’ you mean oozing manliness and making the ladies wetter than the Everglades, then yes. Oh yes indeed!

          • more beer

            No like the bug repellent.

          • Kanye’s Booty Finger Sundae

            I know my tips were useful, but didn’t know they kept bugs off you too. That helps! Chicks dig it when you keep bugs off of them.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            Of course, if you have the “nice look” there’s nothing you can do about that. In that respect I’m way different, because I was born with the so-called “criminal look”. I even extremely closely resemble an actor who plays in an Italian mafia series to the point that a lot of people ask me if I have a twin brother in Italy haha!
            It also has its downsides, because it can scare off women as well.

          • Kanye’s Booty Finger Sundae
          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            Haha! I actually look like this guy. Almost like two drops of water.

            https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/0169d154053b4e899174a2a74444165afb5bf7099129c3dc578af2d60e95788c.jpg

          • Janitor Jim Duggan

            I am Italian. My grandpa came here from Italy. He’s 90.

        • Kanye’s Booty Finger Sundae

          There’s always hookers…………….

        • Eliza

          There are girls out there who prefer nice guys, believe me!

          • Janitor Jim Duggan

            I’m sure there is. I wish there was more of them that I knew.

          • Eliza

            I’m sure you’ll find someone. I don’t know how these relationship stuff works, since love is the the lowest on my priorities list, so I’m sorry I can’t give you any advice. Hang On!

        • Maybe you scared her away with your Dad Rock.

          • Janitor Jim Duggan

            She doesn’t know about my love of dad rock.

          • Bummer. That could have been a game changer bro-face.

          • Boss the Ross

            Maybe that’s the problem

          • Kanye’s Booty Finger Sundae

            Tell her you love pornogrind. Chicks dig that sorta thing.

      • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

        And to add to what more beer is saying here: NEVER be too picky. In the past I’ve had countless of opportunities to bang chicks that weren’t supermodel-hot, but they weren’t ugly either. Still I blew all of those opportunities just because I was looking for the perfect score. And I’ve been regretting it ever since. Don’t make the same mistake.

        • more beer

          I had this older guy tell me when I was about 15. Bang as many plain Jane’s as you can. It will just get ready for the super hot chicks. I never forgot that.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            That older guy was right. A couple of friends of mine are like that as well.

          • more beer

            It was some of the best advice I ever got.

  • Dubs

    Yo to try to get this post back on the rails, I really dig the cover art and enjoy the goofy concept. We need more David Icke in our metal.

    • Boss the Ross
      • Dagon

        YES

      • Dubs

        Pike is one of Icke’s most devout students. Huh, Pike rhymes with Icke. Icke rhymes with crike. Lacertilian is from Austraila where they say crikey.

        • Dagon
        • Boss the Ross

          Hahaha, that was phenomenal!
          From what I’ve read, so is Wino

          • Dagon

            Wino>>>>>

          • Dubs

            St. Vitus are a hell of an entertaining band live.

          • more beer

            Yes they are.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            I saw them 2 years ago when they played Born Too Late in its entirety. Kicked so much fucking ass.

          • Boss the Ross

            You lucky sonofagun

          • Boss the Ross

            Correct.

      • Eliza
        • Boss the Ross

          Can you please describe to me the feelings this image represents?

          • Eliza

            Bewilderment at how awesome that song is.

          • Boss the Ross

            Had you not listened to High on Fire before?

          • Eliza

            Nope. But I will definitely listen to them a lot in the future.

          • Boss the Ross

            My goodness, you are missing out on some of the best doom laden metal known to man. Please listen to more.

          • Eliza

            Doing this right now, loving every second.

          • Boss the Ross

            Yes!
            Death is this Communion was the first HoF album i heard, still one of my favorite albums ever. Lots of different sounds and textures on it.

          • Dubs

            Dat’s cuz it’s their best.

          • Boss the Ross

            Jeff and Des kill it on that record.
            And Matt, obviously.

          • they aren’t always doom laden! they have some fast as fuck riffage too

          • Boss the Ross

            Very true, McNulty, i love their fast stuff. I was thinking “doom laden thrash metal” but for some reason that didn’t appear on the comment.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            “Awesome” and “High on Fire” are synonyms of one another.

          • Boss the Ross

            Along with “heavy”

  • Waynecro

    Nice interview, Mr. Boss. Thanks!

    • Boss the Ross

      No, thank you, Mr. Waynecro!

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