Eyehategod Will Release New Album in March

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Legendary New Orleans metal band, Eyehategod, is set to release its first new album in seven years. The record comes out in March 2021 and is titled A History Of Nomadic Behavior.

The group has already released a teaser track from the album. It’s titled High Risk Trigger. Its lyrics are partially inspired by the recent health crisis sweeping across the world.

The band’s singer Mike Williams commented on the track. He says that Eyehategod is not an overtly political group. However, they felt compelled to write these songs in light of the division he sees the U.S.A. going through.

The group was formed in the early 1980s. From the onset, their music blended elements of sludge metal and hardcore punk. They released their debut In the name of suffering in 1990. They are particularly popular within the thriving New Orleans metal scene.

Here’s the tracklisting for A History Of Nomadic Behavior:

  1. Built Beneath The Lies
  2. The Outer Banks
  3. Fake What’s Yours
  4. Three Black Eyes
  5. Current Situation
  6. High Risk Trigger
  7. Anemic Robotic
  8. The Day Felt Wrong
  9. The Trial Of Johnny Cancer
  10. Smoker’s Place
  11. Circle Of Nerves
  12. Every Thing, Every Day

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