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Eyehategod by Eyehategod

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Agitation! Propaganda!

Eyehategod

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Agitation! Propaganda!

Eyehategod

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Label: Housecore Records
Maybe self-titling their first album in 14 years signifies a new start. Maybe it means they think it's definitive. Or maybe it's a sign ideas have run dry. No matter: Devotees of these influential New Orleans sludge beasts' lurching, swamp-submerged gunk should lap it up. They still alternate plod riffs with moshpit-tempo tantrums -- and still sound plenty pissed, melting down guns of their past and having passwords rejected. Change of pace: seven-minute poetry-slam rant "Flags and Cities Bound," about being trapped in an institution where turpentine labels pass for literature.

About This Album

Maybe self-titling their first album in 14 years signifies a new start. Maybe it means they think it's definitive. Or maybe it's a sign ideas have run dry. No matter: Devotees of these influential New Orleans sludge beasts' lurching, swamp-submerged gunk should lap it up. They still alternate plod riffs with moshpit-tempo tantrums -- and still sound plenty pissed, melting down guns of their past and having passwords rejected. Change of pace: seven-minute poetry-slam rant "Flags and Cities Bound," about being trapped in an institution where turpentine labels pass for literature.

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About This Album

Maybe self-titling their first album in 14 years signifies a new start. Maybe it means they think it's definitive. Or maybe it's a sign ideas have run dry. No matter: Devotees of these influential New Orleans sludge beasts' lurching, swamp-submerged gunk should lap it up. They still alternate plod riffs with moshpit-tempo tantrums -- and still sound plenty pissed, melting down guns of their past and having passwords rejected. Change of pace: seven-minute poetry-slam rant "Flags and Cities Bound," about being trapped in an institution where turpentine labels pass for literature.