Fresh off the second leg of their tour supporting Black Label Society and Corrosion Of Conformity, EYEHATEGOD will return to the road next month on a short run of US dates with doom rock icons, The Obsessed. Set to kick off in Hamden, Connecticut September 12th, the tour will make its way through thirteen cities upon its conclusion in Memphis, Tennessee September 24th. See all confirmed dates below.
View the tour trailer, created by Chariot Of Black Moth below.
EYEHATEGOD w/ The Obsessed:
9/12/2018 Space Ballroom – Hamden, CT
9/13/2018 Middle East – Cambridge, MA
9/14/2018 Brooklyn Bazaar – Brooklyn, NY
9/15/2018 Ottobar – Baltimore, MD
9/16/2018 The Pour House – Raleigh, NC
9/17/2018 Voltage Lounge – Philadelphia, PA
9/18/2018 Geno’s Rock Club – Portland, ME
9/19/2018 Buffalo’s Mohawk Place – Buffalo, NY
9/20/2018 Northside Yacht Club – Cincinnati, OH
9/21/2018 Sanctuary – Detroit, MI
9/22/2018 Spirit Hall – Pittsburgh, PA
9/23/2018 Cobra Lounge – Chicago, IL
9/24/2018 Growler’s – Memphis, TN
EYEHATEGOD released their self-titled full-length in 2014 via Housecore Records in North America. The record broke the band’s decade-and-a-half gap since their previous studio album and marked their most successful release to date landing at #82 on the Billboard Current Album chart, #92 on the Top 200 chart, #26 on the Rock chart, #4 on the Hard Rock chart and #12 on the Indie chart upon its first week of release.
The band is celebrating its thirtieth anniversary this year. Stay tuned for special releases to be announced in the future. In the meantime, orders for EyeHateGod in North America can be placed via Housecore Records HERE. For digital orders, go HERE.
“…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.” — Pitchfork
“…in terms of consistency and sheer ‘fuck yeah!’-ness. this is right up there in that first tier of must have EYEHATEGOD platters.” — Metal Injection
“EYEHATEGOD play to their ferociously metallic strengths while never compromising their identity as swampy sludge-rockers, and the result is an album that’s equally impressive as it is brutal.” — Pop Matters