Eyehategod

Get Out of Print Kreator, Eyehategod & Black Dahlia Murder Vinyl!

August 11, 2017 Albert Mudrian

Get FIVE rare BONUS singles from the Decibel Flexi Series when you order this special Decibel subscription. For a limited time only!

Eyehategod’s Mike Williams on liver transplant, recovery, and addiction: “I will never regret anything”

May 26, 2017 Greg Pratt

The Eyehategod frontman opens up about post-liver-transplant life, getting sober, and more in this new interview.

CONTEST: Win A Pair Of Tickets To Berserker IV Fest!

March 27, 2017 Vince Bellino

We’ve got an extra extremely extreme contest alert for you: win a free pair of tickets to Berserker IV in Pontiac, Michigan, with heavy hitters like GWAR, Eyehategod, and OFF!

Miss the NEUROSIS Flexi Disc? Get it and 4 Others FREE!

September 12, 2016 Albert Mudrian

Out of print Neurosis, Eyehategod, Dark Tranquillity, 1349 and Bloodbath flexi discs are available free with this LIMITED Decibel subscription offer!

That Tour Was Awesome: Pantera/White Zombie/Eyehategod (1996)

August 4, 2016 Greg Pratt

Eyehategod in arenas; White Zombie‘s final tour; Phil Anselmo of Pantera overdosing. Our second installment of That Tour Was Awesome is not for the faint-hearted.

Fistula’s “Loyal to the Foil” is the Feel Like Sh*t of the Summer

June 10, 2016 Albert Mudrian

Anti-religion, Drugs, Life, Death. Ain’t no party like a Fistula track debut. 

Decibrity Playlist: Eyehategod (Part 2)

May 15, 2014 Zach Smith

In celebration of Eyehategod‘s first full-length studio album in nearly a decade and a half, last week we shared five musical selections that frontman (and soon to be cover star) Mike IX Williams’ listens to on his “stupid iPod in the filthy tour van.” As promised, here are the rest of his eclectic picks which,…

Decibrity Playlist: Eyehategod (Part 1)

May 8, 2014 Zach Smith

It’s been nearly 14 years since Eyehategod graced us with a new long-player, but thankfully that drought will come to an end in a matter of weeks when the band’s self-titled fifth LP drops on May 27th. Not only are the album’s 11 songs well worth the wait, but frontman Mike IX Williams was kind…

Key Influences: Unlocking Truth

April 29, 2014 Shawn Macomber

For a trio of Brooklyn seventh graders the boys of hep-hep-hepped-up, see-you-in-the-place-where-Judas-Priest-and-In-Flames-meet melodic metallers Unlocking the Truth have compiled quite a list of accomplishments over the last year or so including — though hardly limited to! — head-turning sets at Coachella, SXSW, and last Sunday’s Barclays Center NBA halftime show; signing a deal with The…

Better Living Through Metal: Featuring Iceage

May 28, 2013 Shawn Macomber

Iceage may be young bucks creating some of the most intriguing/enlivening post-punk noise rock out there these days, but spinning the excellent You’re Nothing we had a hunch the much-lauded Copenhagen quartet might have ingested some metal along the way, too — and wound up getting this uber-sophisticated list of five extremely extreme favorites from…

LIVE REVIEW: Down and Orange Goblin @ Roundhouse, London

October 22, 2012 Jonathan Horsley

Bands always make such a big deal about playing the Roundhouse because of who played here in the past. It’s a former railway engine room, with a lot of rock ‘n’ roll history. But any similarities between the 1960s Roundhouse and today’s venue begin and end with the building’s foundations and unalterable architecture. It’s hard…

STREAMING: Strong Intention’s “3rd Space Guerrilla Generator” with Mike IX

May 30, 2012 Justin Norton

Mike IX Williams, Eyehategod’s multitalented vocalist, is no stranger to extracurricular activities (and we’re talking the purely legal ones here, folks). He’s a published author and poet (check out his book Cancer As A Social Activity if you get a chance); sings with a side outfit Arson Anthem and also released a spoken word seven-inch…

Mike IX Williams — Live from the Corner of Devastation Street!

March 27, 2012 Shawn Macomber

As above, so below. Through his work with EyeHateGod, Outlaw Order, Arson Anthem, and The Guilt of… Decibel readers have long known Mike IX Williams as one of extreme music’s most distinctive, subversive and iconoclastic voices. Less attention has been paid, however, to Williams’ similarly idiosyncratic and visionary literary output, including his excellent collection of…

Extras needed: Appear in HBO’S Treme with EYEHATEGOD

February 13, 2012 Jonathan Horsley

EyeHateGod fans harboring aspirations of appearing on an Emmy-nominated TV show should put on their best fucked-up face, get a photo taken and send it to Caballero Casting quicksmart. The Louisiana casting agency are looking for extras for this week’s Treme shoot, on in which the show’s creators will be dispensing with the trumpets and…

Brief Interviews with nihilistic men, Vol. 1: Jimmy Bower (Eyehategod/Down)

July 15, 2011 Jonathan Horsley

In the hours before an Eyehategod show, finding people lucid enough to begin a sentence let alone finish it is a challenge that someone oughta reward with medals cast in gold, silver and bronze. It’s an Olympian feat to just negotiate past the bodies laying strewn across the dressing room, and this is on the…

James Delgado’s (Kill The Client) Top 5 Influential Tunes + Streaming Kill The Client MP3

October 18, 2010 Chris Dick

By James Delgado (Kill The Client) We never really sounded like any of these bands in the end but the spirit of these specific songs were what we were tuning into back when we started this band up and after digging this little list up and playing it back all these years later… it still…

Eyehategod Tour Diary, Part Trois

July 23, 2010 Jesse Chase

By Mike Williams & Gary Mader (Eyehategod) Boston, MA 6/15/10 Pulled into Boston at 3:30; load in not until 6 p.m. Hours of nothing to do as usual. The show tonight is at the Cambridge Elk’s Lodge, very much like playing at a rented out Lion’s Home, or an old VFW hall. The promoter had…

Eyehategod – “Take as Needed for Pain”

June 19, 2006 Jesse Chase

Drugs, disease, crime, abuse, poverty, paranoia, drugs, alcohol, alcohol, alcohol: Such are the cornerstones of Eyehategod’s time-honored New Orleans aesthetic.