Comments frontman Mike IX Williams, "New Orleans sons of the hurricane and battered filthy communists, EYEHATEGOD, will embark on a severely damaging run of US shows this October 2014 that are guaranteed to please the dirt starved masses of nasty rock 'n' roll tenfold. See ya'll on the railroad tracks!"
EYEHATEGOD continues to tour in support of their chart-topping, self-titled studio offering and first full-length in nearly fifteen years. Released in May via Housecore, the record continues to reap praise and critical "fuck-yeahs" from fans and media globally. In an 8/10 score Pitchfork declares, "After fourteen years, they've come out swinging, armed with yet another of their often-renewed leases on life and still spoiling for a fight. That Eyehategod exists at all is a miracle in and of itself, but the fact that it is so damn great is simply extraordinary." Stereoboard dubs the record, "a vitriolic demonstration of everything that made this band so great in the first place. There are brilliant riffs, moments of barely contained aural violence and, most memorably of all, the ever-distinctive vocals of Mike IX Williams... a worthy addition to the band's already impenetrable legacy." Added The New York Times in a live review, "Something happened to EYEHATEGOD in the last decade, since its members got on the other side of those disasters: some kind of stability - a realization of exactly what the band has and how to use it. And its show at Club Europa, in Brooklyn... fell in line with the last three I've seen... It was an extended family of riffs, played over the new drummer Aaron Hill's weaving, swinging drum patterns, and under the singer Mike IX Williams' wretched howl and crinkly-eyed, mirthless smile. It was low-end body music, half-slovenly, half-graceful, impossibly deep - music for moving to in fluid motion."
Additional live incursions from EYEHATEGOD will be announced in the coming weeks. The band is currently working on a brand new picture disc version of the New Orleans Is The New Vietnam seven-inch which will be released soon in an extremely limited leather cover edition on A389. Stay tuned.
10/02/2014 Summit Music Hall - Denver, CO
10/03/2014 Backbooth - Orlando, FL
10/04/2014 Churchill's - Miami, FL
10/26/2014 Housecore Horror Film Fest @ Emo's - Austin, TX
10/29/2014 El Corazon - Seattle, WA w/ Power Trip, Iron Reagan
10/30/2014 Bosonova Theater - Portland, OR w/ Power Trip, Iron Reagan
10/31/2014 Star Lite Lounge - Sacramento, CA w/ Power Trip, Iron Reagan
11/01/2014 Metro - Oakland, CA w/ Today Is The Day, Power Trip, Iron Reagan
11/02/2014 The Observatory - Santa Ana, CA w/ Today Is The Day, Power Trip, Iron Reagan
11/03/2014 Los globos - Los Angeles, CA w/ Power Trip, Iron Reagan
11/04/2014 Catalyst - Santa Cruz, CA w/ Power Trip, Iron Reagan
11/05/2014 The Garage - Ventura, CA w/ Power Trip, Iron Reagan
11/06/2014 Dive Bar - Las Vegas, NV w/ Today Is The Day
11/07/2014 Soda Bar - San Diego, CA w/ Today Is The Day
11/08/2014 Club Red - Phoenix, AZ w/ Today Is The Day
11/09/2014 Launch Pad - Albuquerque, NM w/ Today Is The Day
11/12/2014 The Riot Room - Kansas City, MO
11/13/2014 Hi Tone - Memphis, TN
11/15/2014 Cobra Lounge - Chicago, IL w/ Today Is The Day
11/16/2014 Smith's Downtown - Mishawaka, IN w/ Today Is The Day
11/20/2014 Double Wide - Dallas, TX w/ Today Is The Day
11/21/2014 Fitzgerald's - Houston, TX w/ Pig Destroyer, Today Is The Day
11/22/2014 One Eyed Jacks - New Orleans, LA w/ Pig Destroyer
Order Eyehategod through Housecore Records HERE.