×
Napster App for
Rhapsody International Inc.
Dopesick by Eyehategod

Album

Dopesick

Eyehategod

Play on Napster

Album

Dopesick

Eyehategod

Play on Napster
Released:
Label: Century Media
Singer Mike Williams introduces "My Name Is God (I Hate You)" with some nutjob mumblings followed by an animal-man shriek-howl and the sound of breaking glass, begging the question: "Is this guy smashing High Life bottles over his own face?" The answer is definitely "probably." One thing's for sure -- whatever it was he and his cohorts were up to when recording this 1996 masterpiece of hardcore Southern blues metal, it should definitely not be attempted at home, or anywhere by anyone who wants to stay alive. Some of these songs turned up in different forms on Southern Discomfort.

About This Album

Singer Mike Williams introduces "My Name Is God (I Hate You)" with some nutjob mumblings followed by an animal-man shriek-howl and the sound of breaking glass, begging the question: "Is this guy smashing High Life bottles over his own face?" The answer is definitely "probably." One thing's for sure -- whatever it was he and his cohorts were up to when recording this 1996 masterpiece of hardcore Southern blues metal, it should definitely not be attempted at home, or anywhere by anyone who wants to stay alive. Some of these songs turned up in different forms on Southern Discomfort.

Songs

About This Album

Singer Mike Williams introduces "My Name Is God (I Hate You)" with some nutjob mumblings followed by an animal-man shriek-howl and the sound of breaking glass, begging the question: "Is this guy smashing High Life bottles over his own face?" The answer is definitely "probably." One thing's for sure -- whatever it was he and his cohorts were up to when recording this 1996 masterpiece of hardcore Southern blues metal, it should definitely not be attempted at home, or anywhere by anyone who wants to stay alive. Some of these songs turned up in different forms on Southern Discomfort.