|Eyehategod / Eyehategod|
|Add Date:||2014-07-25||Pull Date:||2014-09-26||Charts:||Loud|
|Week Ending:||Aug 17||Aug 10||Aug 3|
|1.||Aug 14, 2014:||Sounds of the Underworld |
|3.||Jul 31, 2014:||Sounds of the Underworld |
Framed To The Wall, Nobody Told Me
|2.||Aug 06, 2014:||Brownian Motion |
After taking 14 years to finally deliver a new album, Eyehategod unleashes their Sludgy music upon the world in 11 tracks filled with filthy southern twang. |
1.(2:23). Punkish opening for this album. Fast, direct and raw. Not as doomy as some people might expect. (2 out of 5).
2.(3:02). This is more the band's speed. Slow and painful song filled with punishing riffs and Mike Williams characteristic vocals. (3 out of 5).
3.(3:41). Yet another track that starts with some feedback... I wonder if anybody patented this and became rich from it. Nothing special. (1.5 out of 5).
4.(3:45). Sludgy, punchy, and catchy.... enough said. For any Doom/Sludge fan that wants an 'upbeat' song in the genre. (3.5 out of 5).
5.(3:39). The Post-Metal/POst-hadrcore people will enjoy this. A certain southern flair to it as well. (4 out of 5).
6.(3:57). Very typical Eyehategod, with powerful riffs and excellent crunchy distortion. (3.5 out of 5).
7.(3:28). Another punk onslaught that transforms into sludge fest halfway through. (4 out of 5).
8.(3:38). Called "Robitussing and Rejection".... and for some reason the track has a vibe that sounds like I imagine this combination would feel. (3.5 out of 5)
9.(7:10). Spoken word sections / Almost raping.... thrown into a mix of heavy and sloooooooow riffs. Quite odd, but if you are looking for something different, this is the one. (3 out of 5).
10.(3:22). Quintessential Sludge track filled with ear-piercing guitars and tight drumming. Introducing newbs to the genre? start with this one. (4.5 out of 5).
11. (5:10). Strong closer with pummeling riffs and Mike's characteristic snarls. (3.5 out of 5).
Recommended: 10, 5. 7. 11