Experiemental drone outfit Corrections House, which features members of Neurosis and Eyehategod, released their new album How To Carry A Whip today and if you haven’t heard it, or need more of a reason to get this album, you can stream the album in full right now. These guys are heavy and weird and I think everyone needs to stream it. GET DRONED. Continue reading
Industrial collective Corrections House (Eyehategod, Neurosis, Yakuza, etc) have released a new track from their upcoming album, Know How to Carry a Whip, on Revolver. Titled “White Man’s Gonna Lose”, the new jam revolves around a catchy mechanical rhythm, robotic guitar grooves and walls of glitching noise. Stream the hypnotic jam now.
Know How to Carry a Whip will be released on October 23 via Neurot Recordings. Pre-order here.
Industrialized supergroup Corrections House (Neurosis, Yakuza, etc) have announced the release of their sophomore full-length album and follow-up to 2013’s Last City Zero. The new record will be titled Know How To Carry A Whip (artwork above) and will be released on October 23 via Neurot Recordings. Recorded by the band’s own Sanford Parker (Minsk) and minister of propaganda, Seward Fairbury, in Vietnam, Know How To Carry A Whip will feature 45-minutes of new material. Guitarist Scott Kelly (Neurosis) offered the following comments:
“The music is simultaneously suffocating and freeing,…but it also has the energy of a whirling dervish.”
Fairbury elaborates on the production:
“The songs typically originate from the loops and beats that are generated from Sanford, then the skeleton of riffs are built by Scott and Bruce. Mike IX adds his profound observations and I do the final production. These new songs are far more developed and fluid then the first record. There is a prevailing groove that dominates.”
The album’s track listing can be found after the break.
Corrections House (Neurosis, Yakuza, etc) have premiered their cover of Neil Young‘s “Cortez The Killer” over at Noisey. The cover, while more acoustic centered, is very faithful to the original (which can be streamed after the break). Stream the cover for yourself at this location.
Corrections House‘s U.S. tour begins this Sunday, November 30th. Those tour dates can be seen below.
Today Is The Day‘s extensive U.S. tour in support of their forthcoming full length, Animal Mother, official begins next week. The trek will commence on Tuesday, October 7th, in Portland, Maine, and will extend through November 21st in Houston, Texas. The band will be supported by nihilist doom outfit Lord Mantis and sludge kings Eyehategod among others. More tour dates are expected to be announced in the weeks to come. The touring schedule as it currently stands can be seen after the break.
Animal Mother will be released on October 14th via Southern Lord. Check out the video for the new song “Masada” below.
As a resident of the south and a fan of southern sludge, I was very excited when I when I learned (years ago) that CT from Arkansas band Rwake was putting together a documentary spotlighting the heavy music scene in the south. Well, the documentary, titled Slow Southern Steel has been released and is available for streaming now. You can check out the full-length doc after the jump, which features members of Goatwhore, Eyehategod, Down, Dead Bird, Music Hates You and more. Enjoy your Friday. Continue reading
Following their recently completed trek with Enabler and Ringworm, Eyehategod have announced another handful of tour dates in support of their recently released self-titled album. The band will play six U.S. cities in July with Iron Reagan, Vektor and Strong Intention in tow, all leading up to a performance at Phil Anselmo’s Housecore Horror Film Festival in Austin alongside Cattle Decapitation, Portal and others. You can check out those dates after the break.
Gods of sludge Eyehategod have just released a music video for their awe-inspiring track “Medicine Noose,” which comes off of the bands new album Eyehategod. This track is one of my favorites on the album and it is well deserving of a music video. The video features jam space performance as well as shots of New Orleans and it works very well. Check the video out after the jump. Continue reading
When it comes to Eyehategod, you don’t need me explaining who they are and what they’ve done. You already know who the hell these dudes are and you should worship their accomplishments. The band new, self-titled album will be released next week and the band has is currently streaming an unreleased b-side that comes as a part of Decibel Mag’s flexi series. It’s wonderful. It rules. It’s Eyehategod. Check out the track after the jump. Continue reading
Fuckin’ A, kiddos. Eyehategod have been a constant staple in my life for years now and I am beyond stoked about the bands new record Eyehategod. It so damn good that it makes good albums look… Not so good. If you’ve got a hankerin’ for some filthy, southern sludgecore, then you want this in your day. Yes! That’s right! Eyehategod are streaming their new album in full over on Pitchfork. Damn. Pitchfork streams all of the good shit. Check out a track after the jump to get in the mood and then go stream this bitch. Continue reading
Southern sludge horde Eyehategod will embark on a massive US tour this summer with some killer support from Enabler and Ringworm. I mean, come on. That is a damn-fine line up for a tour. Eyehategod‘s full run will go for 26 dates with Ringworm and Enabler coming in on the seventh date of the tour and going through the remaining dates. Check out the full schedule and poster after the jump. Stoked yet? Continue reading
Who doesn’t love a good sludge ditty? Especially when it’s by legends Eyehategod, right? Well, these monsters are streaming another new track off of their forthcoming self-titled record. This track is titled “Robitussin And Rejection” and it fucking destroys. Check out the track after the jump or get bent, dudes and chicas. Continue reading
Eyehategod have released the details surrounding their highly anticipated, self-titled album, which will be released on May 27th through Housecore Records. The album will be released on CD and limited vinyl pressings in the following colors:
- Black (600)
- Purple (300)
- Clear (400)
- Purple and Grey (300, available at Housecore Records webstore only)
Pre-orders for the effort can be purchased at this location. You can check out the artwork, track listing, and forthcoming tour dates after the break.
Southern heathens Eyehategod, arguably one of the greatest bands there has ever been, will unleashed their new, self-titled album this May and the band has just unveiled a wicked piece of it. The song “Agitation! Propaganda!” has been revealed and it’s sludgecore madness is enough to get me psyched up for this beast. You can check out a lyric video for the track after the jump. Yeeeeeah. Continue reading
To celebrate 25 years of sludgy goodness, Eyehategod have announced a special 25th anniversary West Coast U.S. and Australian tour. Dates for the tour can be found after the break.
New details on the next audio excursion from Eyehategod is slated to be unveiled in the coming weeks.