EYEHATEGOD’s Self-Titled New Full-Length Available For iTunes Preorder

Eyehategod, the long-awaited self-titled full-length from New Orleans’ legendary volume assassins, is now available for preorder in North America via iTunes. Sixth track, “Worthless Rescue,” will be available for download immediately, with the rest of the album delivered digitally on May 27th.

Preorder yours now at THIS LOCATION.

The dates for the band’s late May/June headlining run with metallic hardcore behemoths, Ringworm, and morose punk metal perpetrators, Enabler, are all confirmed, with today marking the kickoff of a four-day live incursion on the West Coast followed by an appearance at Three Floyds Beer’s annual Dark Lord Day Festival and a special performance in Baltimore, Maryland with High On Fire and Corrosion Of Conformity. A full list of dates can be viewed below.

EYEHATEGOD‘s forthcoming long player was assembled and financed entirely by the band along with US label partners, Housecore Records. Already dubbed, “the record that EHG fans have been waiting for; a stomping and venomous set of eleven tracks that reignite the band’s amazing propensity for down-trodden, electric blues and with their late drummer LaCaze behind the kit,” by Vice Magazine mega music portal, Noisey, Eyehategod features vocals recorded and produced by Housecore president Philip H. Anselmo at his own Nodferatu’s Lair and serves as the band’s first proper release in over a decade. The domestic version will come in a CD digipack, while the LP will be housed in a gatefold jacket. The first pressing will be limited to 1600 copies and made available in the following color variations: black (600 copies), purple (300 copies), clear (400 copies), purple and grey (300 copies).

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