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Eyehategod Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
Eyehategod Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts

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Eyehategod merchamazonview store

A History of Nomadic Behavior
$15.98
10 Years Of Abuse And Still Broke
$28.92
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Eyehategod's tour

Live Photos of Eyehategod

Eyehategod at Denver, CO in HQ 2023
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Fan Reviews

Jon
October 22nd 2023
One of the loudest gigs I have been too. Eyehategod didn't disappoint.
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom@
The Craufurd Arms
Jongodon
October 22nd 2023
So sick, first time seeing them after years of missing them. Just quality!!!
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom@
The Craufurd Arms
NICHOLAS
September 19th 2023
Fantastic show, hope they come back to KC soon.
Kansas City, MO@
recordBar
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About Eyehategod

American sludge band from Louisiana who are known for their dark, sludgy riffs combined with equally dark lyrics. Like many sludge metal bands, Eyehategod draw on both stoner/doom influences as well as hardcore punk.

Eyehategod have noted Melvins, Black Flag, and Black Sabbath as key influences to their sound. This, combined with heavy, detuned, and bluesy riffs dominate the band's sound. They are combined with walls of feedback and distinctive tortured vocals to create a truly misanthropic vibe.

While Jimmy Bower was busy playing drums for Down, rather than sit on their laurels, the other 4 members of Eyehategod formed a side-project called Outlaw Order (abbreviated to OO%). The band released a limited edition 7" EP in 2003 called Legalize Crime, which has since been rereleased on CD with a bonus live track and is available through Eyehategod's webstore. The criminal theme is apparently because at the time of formation, all 5 of the members were on probation, and have consistently been in trouble with the law. Marc Shultz is currently serving a prison sentence and so has been replaced by Justin Grisoli. The band have recorded their 13 track debut full-length and will release it sometime soon, they are "waiting for a label worth a fuck".
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Genres:
Blues, Metal, Rock, Southern Rock, Punk, Sludge Metal
Band Members:
Aaron Hill - Drums, Jimmy Bower - Guitar, Brian Patton - Guitar, Mike IX Williams - Vocals, Gary Mader - Bass
Hometown:
New Orleans, Louisiana

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to Eyehategod to play in your city
Request a Show

Concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past
All Concerts & Live Streams

Live Photos of Eyehategod

Eyehategod at Denver, CO in HQ 2023
View All Photos

Eyehategod merchamazonview store

A History of Nomadic Behavior
$15.98
10 Years Of Abuse And Still Broke
$28.92
View All
Eyehategod's tour

Fan Reviews

Jon
October 22nd 2023
One of the loudest gigs I have been too. Eyehategod didn't disappoint.
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom@
The Craufurd Arms
Jongodon
October 22nd 2023
So sick, first time seeing them after years of missing them. Just quality!!!
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom@
The Craufurd Arms
NICHOLAS
September 19th 2023
Fantastic show, hope they come back to KC soon.
Kansas City, MO@
recordBar
View More Fan Reviews

About Eyehategod

American sludge band from Louisiana who are known for their dark, sludgy riffs combined with equally dark lyrics. Like many sludge metal bands, Eyehategod draw on both stoner/doom influences as well as hardcore punk.

Eyehategod have noted Melvins, Black Flag, and Black Sabbath as key influences to their sound. This, combined with heavy, detuned, and bluesy riffs dominate the band's sound. They are combined with walls of feedback and distinctive tortured vocals to create a truly misanthropic vibe.

While Jimmy Bower was busy playing drums for Down, rather than sit on their laurels, the other 4 members of Eyehategod formed a side-project called Outlaw Order (abbreviated to OO%). The band released a limited edition 7" EP in 2003 called Legalize Crime, which has since been rereleased on CD with a bonus live track and is available through Eyehategod's webstore. The criminal theme is apparently because at the time of formation, all 5 of the members were on probation, and have consistently been in trouble with the law. Marc Shultz is currently serving a prison sentence and so has been replaced by Justin Grisoli. The band have recorded their 13 track debut full-length and will release it sometime soon, they are "waiting for a label worth a fuck".
Show More
Genres:
Blues, Metal, Rock, Southern Rock, Punk, Sludge Metal
Band Members:
Aaron Hill - Drums, Jimmy Bower - Guitar, Brian Patton - Guitar, Mike IX Williams - Vocals, Gary Mader - Bass
Hometown:
New Orleans, Louisiana

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