Tag: Eyehategod

Eyehategod – A History Of Nomadic Behavior Review

I’ve spent quite a lot of time revisiting Eyehategod in the past few weeks — more than I’ve listened to them in probably a decade, I must admit, and maybe longer. As I listen to

Eyehategod – Eyehategod Review

Eyehategod has always been easier to respect than to love. That’s understandable, of course, because at their rawest, the band taps into an uncomfortably visceral place of filth and abjection. Take as Needed for Pain

Eyehategod – The 90s Essentials Interview

[For our sixth installment of our 90s Essentials interview series, we asked NOLA legend Jimmy Bower to shed some light upon Eyehategod‘s perpetually-lauded Take As Needed For Pain. These are the fruits of our exchanges.] MetalReview: First of

90s Essentials – Volume Six

Still going, friends. There’s no end in sight yet for this relentless onslaught of visceral volumes, and number six is a doozy. From the looks of those top three, you’d expect this to be the

Arson Anthem – Insecurity Notoriety Review

Arson Anthem was born of a shared love of vintage punk between Nola icons Mike Williams (Eyehategod) and Phil Anselmo (Pantera / Down). Homeless post-Katrina, Williams crashed in Anselmo’s guest quarters, and the pair would

Eyehategod – For The Sick: A Tribute To Eyehategod Review

Originally written by Ian Chainey Writing about Eyehategod has always been a difficult proposition for this reviewer because so much of what EHG does, so much of their appeal, is based on the mood they’re