Eyehategod and Ringworm tour2014-04-11 by Travis Marmon | 12 Comments
|In support of their first album since 2000's Confederacy of Ruined Lives, legendary |
New Orleans sludge metal band Eyehategod will embark on a tour of the United States this
summer, with support from Cleveland metalcore stalwarts Ringworm and up-and-coming crust
This was the announcement from Eyehategod's Facebook page:
Today, New Orleans’ favorite musical miscreants, EYEHATEGOD, announces their most
extensive US tour in years. Scheduled to commence in Atlanta, Georgia on May 28th, the day
after the official North America release of their long-awaited new full-length, the trek
will punish twenty-six cities, coming to a close on June 22nd in Tampa, Florida. Support
will come from Cleveland metallic hardcore legends, Ringworm, and Milwaukee morose punk
metal perpetrators, Enabler. The mammoth roadside takeover follows EYEHATEGOD’s previously
announced string of live incursions later this month which includes an appearance at Three
Floyds Beer’s annual Dark Lord Day Festival and a special performance in Baltimore,
Maryland with High On Fire and Corrosion Of Conformity.
EYEHATEGOD's forthcoming self-titled long player was assembled and financed entirely by
the band and will be released on May 27th, 2014 by Housecore Records. Called, “the record
that EHG fans have been waiting for; a stomping and venomous set of eleven tracks that
reignite the band’s amazing propensity for down-trodden, electric blues and with their
late drummer LaCaze behind the kit,” by Vice Magazine’s music portal, Noisey, Eyehategod
is the band’s first proper release in over a decade. The domestic version of the self-
titled offering will come in a CD digipack while the LP will be a single slab of vinyl in
a gatefold jacket. The first pressing will be limited to 1600 copies and made available in
the following color variations: black (600 copies), purple (300 copies), clear (400
copies), purple and grey (300 copies).
EYEHATEGOD Live Assaults 2014:
4/22/2014 Rock Shop - San Jose, CA
4/23/2014 Midtown Barfly - Sacramento, CA
4/24/2014 Branx - Portland, OR
4/25/2014 Rock Shop - San Jose, CA
4/26/2014 Dark Lord Day Festival - Munster, IN
4/27/2014 Ottobar - Baltimore, MD w/ High On Fire, Corrosion Of Conformity
w/ Ringworm, Enabler:
5/28/2014 Masquerade - Atlanta, GA
5/29/2014 Drunk Horse - Fayetteville, NC
5/30/2014 Chop Shop - Charlotte NC
5/31/2014 611 - Frederick, MD
6/01/2014 Underground Arts - Philadelphia, PA
6/02/2014 Rex Theater - Pittsburgh, PA
6/03/2014 Strange Matter - Richmond, VA
6/04/2014 American Legion Post 80 - Binghamton, NY
6/05/2014 Brighton Music Hall - Boston, MA
6/06/2014 Even Flow - Long Island, NY
6/07/2014 Europa - Brooklyn, NY
6/08/2014 Basement Transmissions - Erie, PA
6/09/2014 Bug Jar - Rochester, NY
6/10/2014 Loving Touch - Detroit, MI
6/11/2014 Now That’s Class - Cleveland, OH
6/12/2014 Birdy’s - Indianapolis, IN
6/13/2014 Cobra Lounge - Chicago, IL
6/14/2014 Pyramid Scheme - Grand Rapids, MI
6/15/2014 TBA - Appleton, WI
6/16/2014 TBA - TBA
6/17/2014 Diamond Pub - Louisville, KY
6/18/2014 Fubar - St. Louis, MO
6/19/2014 Hi Tone - Memphis, TN
6/20/2014 Southport - New Orleans, LA
6/21/2014 Dollhouse - Savannah, GA
6/22/2014 Orpheum - Tampa, FL
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Sweet! Enabler is a good opening band but not sure about Ringworm. Might try and make the Philly dates if I can.
People are losing their crap all over my Facebook friends list about the Erie and Rochester dates.
The guy who booked the Erie show usually books much smaller bands, so it's especially
exciting...there are never really any shows in Erie
Can't believe they're playing a show in Appleton, WI, either. How often do they get shows over Milwaukee or Madison?
I'll go to that Boston show if I can, although I bet my dad won't like their music. Luckily, he's not religious so he at least won't be offended by their name.
Digging: Elemantra - You Feel Bad About You
Really excited for this one; hoping to go to the Cleveland show.
"I'll go to that Boston show if I can, although I bet my dad won't like their music. Luckily, he's not religious so he at least won't be offended by their name."
Your parents still chaperone you to concerts?
enabler =/= crust
Digging: Leon Bridges - Coming Home
I can only imagine the smell at one of those concerts
My band has played at Basement Transmissions in Erie countless times. I'm good friends with the owner, super cool guy. I'm for sure going to that.
"Your parents still chaperone you to concerts?"
Dude, I'm only 14, do the math. Late reply, but better late than never.
Was I supposed to know that you're 14 offhand? Most 14-year-olds wouldn't be doing reviews of Neurosis' discography.
I wouldn't expect you to know that, I'm just clarifying. I'll take the Neurosis statement as a compliment though.