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Eyehategod - Take As Needed For Pain
Eyehategod
Take As Needed For Pain
LP | 2004 | US | Reissue (Emetic)
20,99 €*
Release:2004 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
2017 Repress of long deleted LP on BLACK VINYL. Newly remastered with revised layout and artwork. Probably the best release of the band's short career, as it's more coherent and listenable than In the Name of Suffering and entirely less broken and alone than Dopesick. However, it is also the band's most potentially offensive, given the unflinching lyrical examination of humanity's dregs, not to mention the DeQuincey-like drug worship scattered about the inlay. Commercial intentions have clearly not been discussed. Characterized by moments of almost heart-stopping climactic intensity and burdening guts-out-on-the-floor honesty, this record boasts a damaging, sickening testament to anti-aesthetic vitriol. Truly unclean.
Eyehategod - In The Name Of Suffering
Eyehategod
In The Name Of Suffering
LP | 1990 | US | Reissue (Emetic)
25,99 €*
Release:1990 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
2017 Repress of long deleted LP. All tracks re-mastered with revised layout and artwork. Eyehategod material prior to the arrival of vocalist/violator Michael Williams is scarce. The band was a significantly different beast. A bunch of Southern burnouts with an offensive name bent on playing painfully slow. Securing the band's embryonic "Garden Dwarf Woman Driver" is like procuring the Holy Grail. A stubborn allegiance to the Melvins, a subtle nod to Southern rock (this should not be lost on any discerning fan) and Williams' harrowing, fragile and drug-addled dedication to art."
Belzebong - Light The Darkness
Belzebong - Light The Darkness
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