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Confederacy of Ruined Lives by Eyehategod

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Confederacy of Ruined Lives

Eyehategod

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Album

Confederacy of Ruined Lives

Eyehategod

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Label: Century Media
Eyehategod returned after a four-year break to record their fourth album of original material. The identification of the band members' mental disorders in the liner notes dispelled any notion that they had gotten their act together. If anything, the lapse gave Jimmy Bower and Brian Patton an opportunity to add a slew of new, grumbling, boogie-metal riffs to the already mind-boggling count in the band's repertoire. The reworked "Southern Discomfort" -- retitled "Jack Ass in the Will of God" -- is one of their filthiest, sludgiest, pukiest moments ever, except for ".001%," which is just wrong.

About This Album

Eyehategod returned after a four-year break to record their fourth album of original material. The identification of the band members' mental disorders in the liner notes dispelled any notion that they had gotten their act together. If anything, the lapse gave Jimmy Bower and Brian Patton an opportunity to add a slew of new, grumbling, boogie-metal riffs to the already mind-boggling count in the band's repertoire. The reworked "Southern Discomfort" -- retitled "Jack Ass in the Will of God" -- is one of their filthiest, sludgiest, pukiest moments ever, except for ".001%," which is just wrong.

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About This Album

Eyehategod returned after a four-year break to record their fourth album of original material. The identification of the band members' mental disorders in the liner notes dispelled any notion that they had gotten their act together. If anything, the lapse gave Jimmy Bower and Brian Patton an opportunity to add a slew of new, grumbling, boogie-metal riffs to the already mind-boggling count in the band's repertoire. The reworked "Southern Discomfort" -- retitled "Jack Ass in the Will of God" -- is one of their filthiest, sludgiest, pukiest moments ever, except for ".001%," which is just wrong.