High On Fire Wins Best Metal Performance | 2019 GRAMMYs Acceptance Speech

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  • Published on:  Sunday, February 10, 2019
  • Watch High On Fire's speech for Best Metal Performance at the 61st GRAMMY Awards.

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  • RageRakizta  (4 days ago))

    The band played God Hates A Coward by Tomahawk

  • BALLS AGNA  (1 day ago))

    RageRakizta thats fucking amazing

  • Timothy M. Malnar  (3 days ago))

    +Leon Pelling Excellent info! Thanks for connecting the dots!

  • Michael Canada  (4 days ago))

    Pretty sad how metal is not televised. Ridiculous.

  • +John Tracy he wasnt even sperm yet. His father was probably in his mid to late 20s just barely losing his virginity.

  • John Tracy  (2 days ago))

    Where were you during the 80s?

  • Mark Creemore  (4 days ago))

    6 people in the audience know who this band is.

  • John Wiltshire  (1 day ago))

    Christopher Blue Yeah, where is the crowd? Looked like hardly anyone clapped either.

  • Michael Luciana  (2 days ago))

    +Mark Creemore Well what can you say? Evolution of a bands. It's happened through time. For example Black Sabbath. Queens of the Stone age is a good bad a a lot better than some of the current shitty so called rock.

  • The Metal Hunter  (5 days ago))

    Matt Pike on stage, with a shirt on, giving a shoutout to Kurt Ballou, with a Tomahawk intro. What a time to be alive.

  • Aaron Kulukjian  (2 days ago))

    The Metal Hunter good ear

  • That One Guy  (3 days ago))

    what a time indeed

  • Aeternuss  (4 days ago))

    So much disrespect from the mainstream music industry toward Rock & Metal bands.

  • Scott Parker  (1 day ago))

    Arent we lucky! ;)

  • Enrique A.  (2 days ago))

    yeah but who cares

  • R Goosen  (5 days ago))

    Stoner Metal recognized for a Grammy...we have come a long way since Jethro Tull

  • mvunit3  (12 hours ago))

    ​+SSMH, R Goosen, & Michael Hall - Hey all, I totally get you guys, and I know that High on Fire has huge fans worldwide, and were probably stunned and happy they were even "recognized" by the grammys. I also missed an opportunity in 2008 to see them open for Opeth.So I actually wrote a longer "rant" about the grammys and their nominations (ever since the Metallica/Tull fiasco in general) in reply to you all, but I wont bore you with it unless you guys don't mind me posting it ...

  • Michael Hall  (1 day ago))

    +mvunit3 i feel you but lets appreciate stoner metal got an award out of their choices. Not disargeeing with you bud.

  • Alex Baratta  (5 days ago))

    Why does matt pike have a shirt on

  • Spencer Schreiber  (3 days ago))

    I didn't know Matt even owned a shirt, let alone he knew how to put one on

  • Spike 70  (3 days ago))

    Someone threw that shit on him on his way to the stage...

  • Richard Carpio  (5 days ago))

    Man...they had to WALK FAR to get their Grammy...

  • juscallmeChris  (3 days ago))

    should have seen the year Megadeth won, they had to walk down from the balcony..

  • MrSFblack  (3 days ago))

    Metal is still a disrespected, disregarded art form.

  • Don Nowak  (4 days ago))

    Pike should find a way to smoke a bowl out of his Grammy...

  • Odin Allfather  (4 days ago))

    The Grammys are a disgrace!!! Never changes with them not televised metal. If they are not gonna be on TV why even bother having a Nominees for that genre?! It's a slap in face to the bands and their fans. I personally don't listen to them considering that listen to more heavy/Symphonic style of metal like Epica, Nightwish, Dream Evil, Unleash The Archers, Wolfchant, Manegarm. Screw the Grammys and take middle finger and shove it!!!Oh!!! Those audiences who didn't clap you are a bunch rude ppl.

  • Odin Allfather  (2 days ago))

    +Joe Orzech Testment and Megadeth are the last old Thrash metal out but I do think their new stuff is heavier especially Testment little bit of death growls which is awesome. Now I listen to Scandinavian metal, they have very good bands like Amon Amarth, Wolfchant, Manegarm..Unleash The Archers are a very good power metal band and the lead singer has some wicked pipes.

  • Joe Orzech  (2 days ago))

    +Odin Allfather I agree it's hard to listen to the old stuff it almost feels like a betrayal seeing what they turned into