Eyehategod Premiere New Song “Circle Of Nerves”

Eyehategod have premiered a new song titled “Circle Of Nerves.” This track is from the band’s new album “A History Of Nomadic Behavior,“ which will be released on March 12. Mike IX Williams commented:

“‘Circle Of Nerves‘ is the last single before the release of our new album, ‘A History Of Nomadic Behavior‘. This track is a prime example of the lowest form of abstract crossover trash to crawl out of the methadone clinic basement. We can’t wait to play these songs live in filthy venues, where the real noise comes to life.”

Eyehategod Announce “A History Of Nomadic Behavior” Online Listening Party

Eyehategod will be celebrating the release of their new album “A History Of Nomadic Behavior” (out March 12) with an online Q&A and listening party. The virtual event will take place on March 11 at 1 p.m. PST/4 p.m. EST via Revolver’s YouTube.

Mike IX Williams commented:

“Be the first to cut to the front of the line to check out the new album, ‘A History Of Nomadic Behavior’, before its official release date. Refill your prescriptions and make use of your lockdown time while we spin the newest EHG material. Dress accordingly.”

Full Metal Jackie, who is set to host the event, added:

“I’m really excited to host Eyehategod’s upcoming listening party. I’m a huge fan — these guys helped pioneer NOLA sludge and have inspired countless artists. Dangerous music for dangerous people! ‘A History Of Nomadic Behavior’ is their first new record in seven years — they sound lean and mean as ever!!”

Eyehategod Premiere New Song “Built Beneath The Lies”

Eyehategod have premiered a new song titled “Built Beneath The Lies.” This track is from the band’s new album “A History Of Nomadic Behavior,“ which will be released on March 12. Mike IX Williams commented:

“‘Built Beneath The Lies‘ is another acidic Eyehategod song playing in the background while the back alleys burn with nervous alcoholic tension and people all over cancel their summer plans to stare at the wall…”

Eyehategod Premiere New Song “Fake What’s Yours”

Eyehategod have premiered a new song titled “Fake What’s Yours.” This track is from the band’s new album “A History Of Nomadic Behavior,“ which will be released on March 12. Mike IX Williams commented:

“‘Fake What’s Yours‘ is the second single from our new album, ‘A History Of Nomadic Behavior‘, and it’s a pure uncut chunk of anti-authoritarian preach-speak set to a condescending guitar riff that could only be born from the dirty streets of New Orleans. We can’t wait for everyone to hear the full record, but for now, put on your gas masks, lock your doors, stay home and LISTEN!”

Eyehategod Premiere New Song “High Risk Trigger”

Eyehategod have premiered a new song titled “High Risk Trigger.” This track is from the band’s new album “A History Of Nomadic Behavior,“ which will be released on March 12. Mike IX Williams commented:

“We’re not a political band, but it was hard not to be affected by the news from the past year. During this recording, I thought a lot about how stupid humanity has become and how America is now completely divided with these people who don’t believe in science and blindly follow liars and nonsensical ideologies. Some of those feelings may have found their way into these songs, but it is mostly subliminal.”

“A History Of Nomadic Behavior” Track Listing:

01. “Built Beneath the Lies”
02. “The Outer Banks”
03. “Fake What’s Yours”
04. “Three Black Eyes”
05. “Current Situation”
06. “High Risk Trigger”
07. “Anemic Robotic”
08. “The Day Felt Wrong”
09. “The Trial Of Johnny Cancer”
10. “Smoker’s Place”
11. “Circle Of Nerves”
12. “Every Thing, Every Day”

Eyehategod Tease New Song “High Risk Trigger”

Eyehategod have shared a very short teaser for their new song “High Risk Trigger.” The full track is expected to be released on December 4 and it will also appear on the band’s upcoming album “A History Of Nomadic Behavior.”

Eyehategod Sign With Century Media, Announce New Album “A History Of Nomadic Behavior”

Eyehategod have signed a new deal with Century Media Records. The band are planning to release a new album, titled “A History Of Nomadic Behavior,” through the label in spring 2021.

The group commented:

“Eyehategod are pleased to announce we’ve signed a licensing deal with Century Media Records USA and Europe…! We welcome the new changes along with the new year coming, and want this union to benefit everyone involved, especially our rabid and disturbed fans across the globe!”

Century Media‘s Vice President of A&R Mike Gitter added:

“Eyehategod are survivors on every level. Since 1988 they’ve been part of the framework of extreme music and ‘A History of Nomadic Behavior‘ will be no exception. Theirs is a tough and turbulent road that would have stopped most bands dead in their tracks.

Not these NOLA legends. Century Media has been part of their career from the early days and we’re excited to be working together again. Eyehategod is here to stay.”

Eyehategod Cancel Last Three Shows On European Tour

Eyehategod have cancelled the last three dates on their European tour due to travel restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic. Mike IX Williams commented:

“It is with much regret that EYEHATEGOD has had to cancel the last three shows of our recent tour; Kiev, St. Petersburg & Moscow. We have no apology big enough & we are very sorry to our Ukrainian and Russian fans, but the possibility of being kept from returning home for 30 days would not have been financially possible for the band. With the panic & situations changing by the minute after bumbling dolt D.Trump announced international travel bans, we decided to make a move before it was too late. Again, our sincerest apologies, but we hope you understand our situation. Thank you.”


Eyehategod Are Almost Done With Their New Album

During a recent appearance on “The Void With Christina”, Eyehategod’s Mike IX Williams revealed that the band are almost done with their new album. He said the following:

“It’s recorded. I just have to do vocals on it. We’ve been on tour so much. I was supposed to do it a few months ago, but something happened and things fell apart with that… we were leaving for tour immediately… So, I’m going to try to get it done. We’re taking a few months off after this thing; after Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, South Korea. But yeah, as soon as all that’s done, I’m going to take some time off, and then there’s a studio… I know where I’m going to go and do it.”

[via Lambgoat]