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Below is our complete EyeHateGod news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
NOLA metal veterans Eyehategod have announced new dates for its forthcoming headline tour of Europe. You can view the full list for the dates, which are being supported by Church Of Misery, as well as the venues and cities below.
06/18 Bilbao, SPA – Kristonfest
06/19 Barcelos, PO – Lisboa Club
06/21 Barcelona, SPA – LA
06/22 Grenoble, FRA – L’amperage
06/23 Paris, FRA – Nouveau Casino
06/24 Sheffield, UK – Coperation
06/25 Bristol, UK – The Fleece & Firkin
06/26 London, UK – Underworld
06/28 Brussels, BEL – Magasin 4
06/29 Rotterdam, NET – Baroeg
06/30 Hamburg, GER – Hafenklang
07/01 Roskilde, DEN – Roskilde Festival
07/03 Berlin, GER – SO36
07/03 Vienna, AUT – Arena
07/05 Milano, ITA – Magnolia
07/06 Ravenna, ITA – Rock Planet
07/07 Athens, GRE – An Club
07/09 Helsinki, FIN – Club YK
07/10 Jyvaskyla, FIN – Lutakko
07/11 Tallinn, EST – Rock Cafe
Live footage has been posted online of Eyehategod performing at the Scoot Inn on Saturday March 19th, during South By South West (SXSW). You can check out the footage below.
You can also check out footage of EyeHateGod performing a new song live back in February at this location.
Church of Misery has announced an upcoming series of European tour dates, with the June 17th - June 30th dates with EyeHateGod. The currently announced dates are as follows, with more to be revealed soon:
17.06 F - Clisson, HELLFEST
18.06 ESP - Bilbao, Santana 27, KRISTONFESTIVAL with COC and DOWN
19.06 POR - Barcelos, MILHÕES DE FESTA
21.06 ESP - Barcelona, Apolo 2
22.06 F - Grenoble, L'ampérage
23.06 F - Paris, club tba.
24.06 UK - Sheffield, Cooperation
25.06 UK - Bristol, The Fleece & Firkin
26.06 UK - London, Underworld
28.06 B - Brussel, Magasine 4
29.06 NL - Rotterdam, Baroeg
30.06 GER - Hamburg, Hafenklang
Due to inclement weather conditions, EyeHateGod has been forced to cancel the band's scheduled appearance tonight (Monday, February 21st) at Daniel Street in Milford, Connecticut.
The members of EyeHateGod have extended their sincerest apologies to all the fans and friends hoping to rock this evening and plan to return soon to make up the date.
As of this time, Misery Index, Thy Will Be Done, Nightbitch, and Guerra are still set to perform as scheduled.
Footage has been posted online of EyeHateGod performing a new song live at Johnny Brenda's in Philadelphia, Pa on February 16th. The clip can be found below.
EyeHateGod has also announced a live DVD set, which is to be released in March. Details on the release can be found at this location.
Japanese doom metal act Church of Misery has been confirmed to perform at the upcoming Kristonfest, which is set to take place on June 17th and 18th, 2011 in Bilbao, Spain. You can check out the promotional poster for the event at this location.
Other confirmed acts include:
Corrosion of Conformity
Sludge metal veterans Eyehategod have announced that it will be releasing a new live DVD on March 22nd, 2011. The new DVD, simply titled "Live," is set to include 88-minutes of multi-camera footage from its 2009 performance in Baltimore, Maryland and 2010 concert in Cleveland, Ohio. The DVD will also include bonus clips from the last show of its 2010 European tour and videos never before released on DVD.
Here is the "Live" DVD tracklisting
2. Story Of The Eye
3. Jackass In The Will Of God
4. Take As Needed For Pain
5. Sister Fucker
6. Dixie Whiskey
7. White Nigger
9. Lack Of Almost Everything
10. Masters Of Legalized Confusion
14. $30 Bag
15. Kill Your Boss
16. Left To Starve
17. Children Of God
18. Blood Money
19. Crimes Against Skin
20. Dog's Holy Life
21. Serving Time In The Middle Of Nowhere
24. Run It Into The Ground
Canadian stoner metal/sludge metal act Bison B.C. has announced that it will be playing a special one-off show in Seattle, Washington at El Corazon on February 5th, 2011 with New Orleans sludge veterans Eyehategod.
The special event will coincide with the club's six-year anniversary and will also include performances from Owen Hart, Brothers of the Sonic Cloth, and Samothrace. You can also check out Bison B.C.'s music via the band's MySpace page.
NOLA metal veterans Eyehategod have announced the following shows for February. The list of confirmed dates, cities and venues can be viewed below:
02/05 Seattle, WA – El Corazon
02/16 Philadelphia, PA – JB’s
02/17 Baltimore, MD – Sonar
02/18 Brooklyn, NY – Europa
02/19 Syracuse, NY – Lucien’s Entertainment Complex
02/20 Boston, MA – Lido’s
02/21 Milford, CT – Daniel St.
02/25 New rleans, LA – Siberia
NOLA sludge act EyeHateGod will kick off the band's 2011 tour escapades with a special one-off show in Seattle, Washington at El Corazon this February. The performance will coincide with the club's six-year anniversary. Special guests to be announced soon. The details are as follows:
When: Saturday February 5th (All Ages/Bar wID)
Where: El Corazon
109 Eastlake Ave. East Seattle, WA 98109
$18 ADV/$20 DOS
Bassist Gary Mader checked in from the road with the following update: "We've had a blast raisin' hell and hurtin' feelings across the Midwest with our good friends, Phobia. We're looking forward to further/final damage and hearing impairment in the Lone Star State." More...
NOLA slude act EyeHateGod kicks off its new tour tonight in Birmingham, Alabama at the Bottletree. From there the band will make its way through 13 more cities before heading back home in time for holiday hedonism. Supporting the band in the pandemonium will be Phobia, as well as Crowbar, Goatwhore, and Zoroaster on select dates.
Commented vocalist Mike Williams: "EyeHateGod are excited to head out on this next USA trek and ready to do damage. EHG tours are one of a kind; each unique with its own abusive, miserable, broken features. Miss them now and maybe miss them forever..."
Added drummer Joey LaCaze: "The band is probably the tightest its ever been and different, more obscure songs have been added to the traditional set of all-time favorites. Get in the right frame of mind and vent all of your holiday frustrations."
The dates are as follows: More...
EyeHateGod has added on a Forth Worth, Texas date to the band's upcoming tour. The band's upcoming Winter shows are as follows:
11/30/2010 Bottletree - Birmingham, AL w/ Phobia
12/01/2010 Hideaway - Johnson City, TN w/ Phobia
12/02/2010 Tremont - Charlotte, NC w/ Crowbar, Phobia
12/03/2010 The Oasis - Charleston, SC w/ Phobia
12/04/2010 The Earl - Atlanta, GA w/ Phobia, Sons Of Tonatiuh
12/05/2010 Hi Tone - Memphis, TN w/ Phobia
12/06/2010 Birdy’s - Indianapolis, IN w/ Goatwhore, Phobia
12/07/2010 Downtown - Little Rock, AR w/ Goatwhore, Phobia
12/08/2010 Drifter’s - Fayetteville, AR w/ Phobia, Zoroaster
12/09/2010 The Marquee - Tulsa, OK w/ Phobia, Zoroaster
12/10/2010 Korova - San Antonio, TX w/ Phobia, Zoroaster
12/11/2010 Reno’s - Dallas, TX w/ Phobia, Zoroaster
12/12/2010 Red Seven - Austin, TX w/ Phobia, Zoroaster
12/13/2010 The Rail Club - Fort Worth, TX w/ Phobia, Zoroaster
The organisers of France's biggest metal festival, Hellfest, has announced that four huge names have been added to next year's bill. Heavy metal godfather Ozzy Osbourne will be taking the stage, as well as German hard rock legends the Scorpions, who will be retiring after they complete their touring schedule. Also confirmed for the festival are Swedish progressive metal favourites Opeth and Black Label Society, which features former Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Zakk Wylde. There are also more new confirmations in the form of German thrash legends Kreator and Sodom, Norwegian black metal veterans Mayhem, Anathema, Bolt Thrower and Therion. The festival will take place in Clisson, France from June 17th-19th.
The lineup is now as follows: More...
Veteran New Orleans metal act EyeHateGod has revealed the dates for its highly anticipated tour of the United States. Support on the trek will come from Phobia. You can view the full list of confirmed cities, dates and venues below:
11/30 Birmingham, AL – Bottletree
12/01 Johnson City, TN – Hideaway
12/02 Charlotte, NC – Tremont (w/Crowbar)
12/03 Charleston, SC – The Oasis
12/04 Atlanta, GA – The Earl (w/Sons Of Tonatiuh)
12/05 Memphis, TN – Hi-Tone
12/06 Indianapolis, IN – Birdy’s (w/Goatwhore)
12/07 Little Rock, AR – Downtown (w/Goatwhore)
12/08 Fayetteville, AR – Drifter’s
12/09 Tulsa, OK – The Marquee
12/10 San Antonio, TX – Kordova
12/11 Dallas, TX – Reno’s
12/12 Austin, TX – Red Seven
Arson Anthem, the band featuring former Pantera, Superjoint Ritual and current Down frontman Phil Anselmo, along with Hank Williams III (also formerly of Superjoint Ritual), Mike IX Williams (Eyehategod, Outlaw Order) and Colin Yeo of Ponykiller fame, has announced that they will be releasing their debut full length album, "Insecurity Notoriety" on October 12th through Anselmo's Housecore Records.
Anselmo comments: "I'm not sure what it is... but when Hank III, Colin, Mike and I get into "Arson" mode, time stops. We know the mission is to write unforgiving hardcore inspired by a slew of '80's bands... but the result is its own animal, yet not too terrible removed from the genuine article.
"With that said, Insecurity Notoriety is like listening to an old favorite blast from the skanking past... vicious, snotty, grating and anthemic! I know it's typical to call a modern-day hardcore band 'fresh' or 'different', especially when it's your band, but... it is! This effort makes our first EP sound like child's play, as it should. Play it over and over! Piss everyone off!"
North Carolina doom metal band BLACK SKIES, who kicked off their US tour July 1st, are currently with a new lineup and new songs. Founding members Kevin Clark and Michelle Temple are joined by recent recruit, ex-Des Ark drummer Tim Herzog.
Said Michelle from the road, "The our is going great! In Pittsburgh, Chicago and Iowa City where we've played before and people have seen the band's various lineups, the new material has been very well-received, some saying it's our best yet! This was our first time as a band to Columbus and Madison. Both shows went really well and we plan to make these regular stops on future tours. We've made new friendships with some great bands as well. My personal favorite so far was Rebreather from Youngstown. Awesome guys and amazing band! We have the night off tonight (July 6th), our only day off during the 24-day tour, so we're going to find a good spot to camp somewhere then it's off to Denver to play with Black Lamb! We're looking forward to getting back at it and playing every night until the tour ends in Nashville. We all feel very grateful for everyone's support and for the ability to be able to do this!" More...
We've been talking to bands and fans everywhere to get their favorite mosh pit stories. This week Jimmy Bower of Eyehategod talks about the lengths an enthusiastic female fan went to to capture their attention. More...
Kuma's Corner in Chicago, specializing in a rock and metal atmosphere, has created a burger in honor of EYEHATEGOD's two shows at the Empty Bottle this weekend.
The burger is ten ounces of beef on a pretzel roll with Polish mustard, a pecan crumble, bacon-wrapped, bleu cheese stuffed dates, and fresh rosemary. At Kuma's Corner, most of the food is named after a band like the Neurosis, Pantera, and High on Fire burgers or the Pig Destroyer sandwich.
Tonight, EYEHATEGOD will play their album "In The Name of Suffering" in its entirety, and tomorrow they will play "Take As Needed For Pain." These shows will end their summer tour, so get out there if you can.
EYEHATEGOD will be streaming their show live from Nashville tonight, June 8th at The Muse beginning at 7:00pm. Openers include Nachtmystium and Withered.
EYEHATEGOD kicked off their long-anticipated US tour on June 3 at Blackbooth in Orlando, Florida. Said vocalist Mike Williams of the tour thus far: "All the shows have been superb. Good ol' New Awlins debauchery, feedback and drunken blasting riffs. Looking forward to the rest. Fuck that oil spill."
Here are the latest EYEHATEGOD US Tour dates:
6/08/2010 Muse - Nashville, TN w/ Nachtmystium, Withered
6/09/2010 The Hat Factory - Richmond, VA w/ Nachtmystium, Black Tusk, Strong Intention ***
6/10/2010 Krug’s - Frederick, MD w/ Nachtmystium, Brutal Truth, Strong Intention
6/11/2010 Unitarian Church - Philadelphia, PA w/ Nachtmystium, Brutal Truth, Black Anvil, Tombs
6/12/2010 Europa - Brooklyn, NY w/ Nachtmystium, Brutal Truth, Black Anvil, Tombs
6/13/2010 Club Hell - Providence, RI w/ Nachtmystium, Brutal Truth, Black Anvil, Tombs, Howl
6/14/2010 Daniel St - Milford, CT w/ Nachtmystium, Howl
6/15/2010 Rocko’s - Manchester, NH w/ Nachtmystium, Howl
6/16/2010 Bug Jar – Rochester, NY
6/17/2010 Now That’s Class - Cleveland, OH w/ Keelhaul, The Atlas Moth
6/18/2010 Blondie’s Detroit, MI w/ The Atlas Moth, Strong Intention
6/19/2010 Empty Bottle - Chicago, IL w/ Nachtmystium, Anal Cunt, Weekend Nachos, Strong Intention
6/20/2010 Empty Bottle – Chicago, IL w/ Nachtmystium, The Atlas Moth
People turned out in droves to see the show with so many amazing bands on the bill. If they couldn’t afford to get in, they would hang outside and listen because it was just too good to miss completely. The slow, swampy, southern metal was complimented so well by the high humidity and heat of the night. Beer flowed (everywhere) and ears became numb as each of four bands took turns breaking amps. More...