Eyehategod release new single

2012-09-09 by Voivod STAFF | 23 Comments
New Orleans Louiziana sludgers Eyehategod have released a new single titled "New Orleans is the New Vietnam".

The song is available from the following location, along with the artwork:


http://a389recordings.bandcamp.com/album/a389-110-eyehategod-new-orleans-is-the-new-vietnam-7


The new single is the first piece of new Eyehategod music since their split with Cripple Bastards in 2004, whereas their last full-length was released in 2000.

The single can be pre-ordered from the official site of A389 Recordings:


http://www.a389records.com/site/releases/




Source: http://www.metalinsider.net/new-music/new-orleans-new-vietnam-new-eyehategod

Tagged: Eyehategod

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ibringyoufire
September 9th 2012
407 Comments


Not really that amazing of a track, but it's not bad.

Digging: The Menzingers - After the Party

rock4Him
September 9th 2012
35 Comments


Highly offensive name. Terrible band

Lenix
September 9th 2012
793 Comments


"Highly offensive name. Terrible band"

hahaha perfect

jayfatha
September 9th 2012
2918 Comments


Song rules, groovy as fuck

ViralOblivion
September 9th 2012
7679 Comments


"Highly offensive name" sorry dude that's actually not that bad look up any anal cunt song you'll be ten times more offended I find their song names funny tho

camaraderie
September 9th 2012
988 Comments


good band

Sevhead
September 9th 2012
569 Comments


Glad to see they're still active.

Mewcopa0
September 9th 2012
1878 Comments


not bad

Katechon
September 9th 2012
684 Comments


Sounds pretty sweet. m/

GringoSuave89
September 9th 2012
1114 Comments


Eyelovebears

Seriously, good single. Glad they're coming back.

Fieryfenderz
September 9th 2012
1781 Comments


May they have a creative name.

Ovrot
September 9th 2012
12786 Comments


neat

Thor
September 9th 2012
10243 Comments


great song as always

WeepingBanana
September 9th 2012
10455 Comments


sweet

ShadowRemains
September 9th 2012
24472 Comments


wait what the fuck

awesome

freedomofspeechnoway
September 9th 2012
426 Comments


good ideas pour out of these guys like molasses.

Pizza
September 9th 2012
687 Comments


saw them last week, sick show. new song is more of the same and good

firewasp
September 10th 2012
62 Comments


only enjoyable in small doses for me at least, the sound is just too concentrated and becomes
nauseating after awhile



DominionMM1
September 10th 2012
13758 Comments


got the 7" a couple weeks ago when i saw them

Wizard
September 10th 2012
20071 Comments


Highly offensive name. Terrible band

The bands name or the song title?

deathofasalesman
September 11th 2012
6054 Comments


Man this is groovy. It's got that 90's sound to it too.

I dig it.

eggsvonsatan
September 14th 2012
1087 Comments


Hardy new. I saw them play this about a year and a half ago.

eggsvonsatan
September 14th 2012
1087 Comments


I love the cover of the 7"




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