© 2018 Author(s). Changes in bulk crystallization behavior following devitrification at high pressure are investigated for a Fe78B13Si9 composition metallic glass using in-situ energy dispersive x-ray powder diffraction. Crystallization with time was evaluated for a series of measurements to a maximum pressure of 5.63 ± 0.15 GPa for the Fe78B13Si9 glass. Pressure was found to strongly affect onset bulk crystallization temperature Tx. Crystallization at each pressure was found to progress in two stages. In the first stage, α-Fe precipitates and in the second Fe2B forms while α-Fe continues to crystallize. Complementary high pressure room temperature studies were conducted.