Eyehategod In The Name Of Suffering on LP
Century Media Records LP Reissue!
Over two-and-a-half decades, Eyehategod has helped define the NOLA sound: down-tuned, blues-inflected guitars awash in furious distortion, underpinning the tormented screams of Mike IX Williams over a thundering rhythm section. They've been called doomcore, sludge and stoner rock, survived line-up shuffles, label hassles and a short-lived split.
And after years of creating some of the most corrosive, vile music known to man, Eyehategod formed by Jimmy Bower (Down, Superjoint Ritual, Crowbar), still hasn't lost the piss and vinegar that fueled them back in '88. Originally issued in 1992, In the Name of Suffering is the Louisiana volume dealers' iconic debut album, a tortured 10-song set that finds the band at their rawest both in terms of the creeping dystopian music and the primitive production.
"There’s no beating around the bush here, and no semblance of the cleaner, groove informed sound that tends to be associated with the more widely known representative of this style in Crowbar. It’s about as angst filled as they come, packing 6 times the mud and noise of the most obnoxiously low-fidelity grunge album, and oozing with transmogrified doom and punk riffs." - Metal-Archives
Eyehategod In The Name Of Suffering Track Listing:
2. Man Is Too Ignorant To Exist
5. Run It Into The Ground
7. Children Of God
8. Left To Starve
9. Hostility Dose
10. Hit A Girl