High on Fire release “Spewn From the Earth”

    A cut off the forthcoming ‘Electric Messiah.’

    Matt Pike of High on Fire performing at Roskilde Festival 2017
    Matt Pike of High on Fire. Image: PYMCA/Avalon/UIG via Getty Images

    High on Fire’s new song, “Spewn From the Earth,” is exactly what it says from the label: four minutes of molten metal lava. A volcanic eruption in your ears, if you will.

    Released yesterday as part of Adult Swim’s 2018 singles series, the incendiary track is also the world’s second glimpse of High on Fire’s upcoming album, Electric Messiah, just before it drops tomorrow. This record, like the two before it, were produced by Kurt Ballou of Converge.

    Electric Messiah will be the second record frontman Matt Pike releases this year—Pike is also the guitarist of Sleep, the stoner metal legends who returned from their long slumber earlier this year with The Sciences.

    Listen to “Spewn From the Earth” below: