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29 November 2007
Himsa: HIMSA Vocalist Plays Film Critic On The Headbangers Ball Blog; New Video Posted Online
Himsa:  HIMSA Vocalist Plays Film Critic On The Headbangers Ball Blog; New Video Posted Online
HIMSA are currently assaulting the masses across North America on tour alongside Amon Amarth and Sonic Syndicate in support of their devastating new offering, Summon In Thunder, which is already being hailed by critics and fans as the band’s career defining opus. See the tour section or visit [http://www.myspace.com/himsa](http://www.myspace.com/himsa) for their complete tour routing.

Johnny Pettibone (vocals) recently checked in with the Headbangers Ball blog to play film critic as he listed ten horror movies that he enjoyed the most growing up. Click the link below to check it out.

The second episode of HIMSA TV, shot by King of Hearts Productions, has also just been posted online. Here the viewer will get a chance to meet the group’s new drummer Joe Frothingham, have a look into the band’s latest photo shoot and special covers set. Click on the link below to check it out and stay tuned each week for new episodes from the road.

HIMSA recently completed a very unique video for the track, “Big Timber,” with director Jared Eberhardt. This is an abstract clip that focuses on the journeys of Sasquatch and be sure to click the following link to cast your vote so it can make Headbangers Ball’s best video of the year countdown.

The Seattle-based metal quintet's ferocious blend of melodic, unrelenting thrash speed mixed with old-school influences results in a savage, unique and uncompromising sound that is welcome, refreshing and undeniable. This scorching new effort (and debut Century Media offering) also marks the return of original guitarist, Sammi Curr, to the fold. With Curr rejoining and collaborating with Kirby Johnson (guitars), the group's integrity and passion were at an all-time high, resulting in their most dynamic, yet devastating material yet.