Eyehategod Announces Spring North American Tour Dates

Southern mud legends Eyehategod have just announced a handful of springtime headline dates across North America. Following their current tour with Clutch, the band will hit the road with support from IV and the Strange Band beginning April 11 in Milwaukee and ending April 17 in Tulsa.

Next, Eyehategod will resume touring with live support from Bat beginning April 27 in Atlanta and ending May 7 in Portland, with appearances by Come To Grief, Escuela Grind and Snafu on select dates. Come and discover the group that Rolling Stone has dubbed one of the “great American live bands”.

EYEHATEGOD will be touring in support of their most recent full-length album A History of Nomadic Behavior. The 12-track album was produced by EYEHATEGOD, Sanford Parker (YOB, VOIVOD) and James Whitten (THOU, HIGH ON FIRE), with mixing by Whitten. The band recorded at HighTower Recording and Hypercube studios. The LP artwork was created by Gary Mader and Mike IX Williams.

EyeHateGod from New Orleans is the snarling, bilious sound of dead-end America. Since 1988, they have been a soundtrack for the struggling masses. Lousy music for lousy times. It’s the feeling of disenchantment and sickness that is at the heart of their latest and sixth full-length album, A History of Nomadic Behavior.

Anyone who knows the history of EHG knows that it is survivor music, a sound in itself where Sabbatian riffs are accompanied by a caustic anger that goes beyond punk. It’s been the plan since guitarist Jimmy Bower (also of NOLA supergroup, Down) founded the band in 1988 with vocalist Michael IX Williams joining soon after. With a discography including sludge-punk stalwarts like In the Name of Suffering (1990), Take as Needed for Pain (1993) Dopesick (1996), Confederacy of Ruined Lives (2000) or the eponymous 2014 LP, released in the States United via Housecore Records, EHG laid the cracked foundation for their infamous and influential sound.

Tour dates

clutch carrier
March 24 – Santa Ana, CA – Observatory
March 25 – Las Vegas, Nevada – Brooklyn Bowl
March 26 – Reno, NV – Virginia Street Brewhouse
March 28 – Vancouver, BC – Vogue Theater
March 29 – Vancouver, BC – Vogue Theater
March 31 – Edmonton, AB – Midway
April 1 – Calgary, AB – The Palace Theater
April 2 – Missoula, Montana – Wilma Theater
April 3 – Spokane, WA – Knitting Factory
April 5 – Billings, Montana – Pub Station
April 7 – Minneapolis, MN – First Ave.
April 8 – Lincoln, NE – Bourbon Theater
April 9 – Green Bay, WI – Epic Events Center
April 10 – Joliet, IL – La Forge

with IV and the strange group
April 11 – Milwaukee, WI – X-Ray Archade
April 12 – Indianapolis, IN – Black Circle Brewing with DRI
April 13 – Fort Wayne, IN – Pierre’s
April 14 – Canton, OH – Buzzbin
April 15 – St. Louis, MO – Red Flag
April 16 – Little Rock, AR – Whitewater
April 17 – Tulsa, OK – Rabbit Hole (EHG only)

with bat, Come To Grief, Escuela Grind, Snafu
April 27 – Atlanta, GA – The Count
April 28 – Huntington, WV – The Fort
April 29 – Baltimore, MD – Ottobar
May 3 – Richmond, Virginia – Broadberry
May 4 – Brooklyn, NY – Saint Vitus
May 6 – Wallingford, Connecticut – Cherry Street
May 8 – Providence, RI – Alchemy
May 9 – Brattleboro, VT – Stone Church
May 10 – Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts
May 11 – Mechanicsburg, PA – Loverdrafts Brewing Co
May 13 – Detroit, MI – Sanctuary
May 14 – Chicago, IL – Cobra Lounge
May 15 – Cincinnati, OH – Legends

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