|Album:||For The Sick - A Tribute To Eyehategod||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Various Artists||Added:||Apr 2007|
|Add Date:||2007-08-12||Pull Date:||2007-10-14||Charts:||Loud|
|Week Ending:||Oct 14||Sep 30||Sep 16||Sep 2||Aug 26||Aug 19|
|1.||Mar 10, 2014:||Deathcrush
Children Of God
|4.||Sep 26, 2007:||public noize racket
Man Is Too Ignorant To Exist
|2.||Aug 28, 2010:||Bloodstains Across Atherton-Weinerhunds with Sick Knobs
Left To Starve
|5.||Sep 12, 2007:||Baptism of Solitude
Left To Starve
|3.||Oct 10, 2007:||Baptism of Solitude
|6.||Sep 01, 2007:||Bloodstains Across Atherton
Left To Starve
35 tracks of current doom, hardcore, metal, metalcore, and punk bands covering one of the best doom/sludge metal bands ever. EYEHATEGOD were from New Orleans, Louisiana and existed primarily from 1990-2000. They made severely drug induced, slow, hateful southern sounding sludge/doom metal. I saw them back in the early 90s and they were so fucked up they could barely stand but they still ripped through a great set. All of this is slow and heavy. EYEHATEGOD are back together and the band contains members of SOLIENT GREEN, DOWN, and COC. Most tracks here stay faithful to the originals, to the point of including the CHARLES MANSON samples.
CD1 1. Japanese, almost noisecore/grindcore band DOT(.) doing a slow slow, noisy one.
2. Lofi and pretty much instrumental. There are some vocals during the 2nd half of the track but they are so far down in the mix I almost can't hear them.
3. Slow and heavy, some feedback and vocals you can understand.
4. Slow at first, then speeds up. Vocals low in the mix.
**5. One of EYEHATEGOD'S best tracks. A slow, heavy groove and Manson sample. They leave out the Manson sample.
**6. Noisy feedback. Slow doom. Pained vocals.
**7. KYLESA combining their sound and EYEHATEGOD'S sound. Big heavy sound with mostly great female vocals. Trippy effects on the guitar solo at the end.
8. Feedback hum at the beginning. Something about the guitar tone and the way this track is mixed I don't like.
**9. BRUTAL TRUTH do their grindcore version of this track. Fucking great. Imagine southern rock grindcore.
10. Contemporary metalcore band trying to sound fucked up, southern doom and I just don't think they pull it off. Sounds too clean, like their haircuts.
**11. Excellent contemporary doom band, who have some influences from EYEHATEGOD do a super slow, heavy, noisy. The amps sound so distorted and loud that I swear I can hear them clipping.
12. Odd vocals and spit at you. More rock sounding.
**13. Just guitar at the beginning. Slow with multiple vocalists, one talking in an odd voice with the other duplicating what that person says, in the background, sort of screamed. Long and strange.
14. Hmm, another contemporary metalcore band trying their hand at a song and I don't think it works.
15. FCC (a vague fuck). The drummer from BRUTAL TRUTH'S band who are normally somewhere between grindcore and noisecore do an odd rock version of this track.
16. Slow and somewhat flat sounding. Choppy. When the track speeds up it doesn't work.
17. Multiple vocalists way up front.
18. FCC Starts with a loop of "you fucking piss me off". Sounds like southern rock on steroids. Heavy and fucked up.
CD2 **1. MINSK makes their track trippy and psychedelic. I have rarely heard heavy psychedelic music that is also scary. This is it.
2. Starts slow, then kicks into a lofi fucked up rocking track. Lots of distortion.
3. Starts with piercing guitar feedback. Guttural vocals.
4. Maybe the most disappointing track on the comp. I was looking forward to hearing this Chicago doom band take a shot at a track but there is nothing special here.
5. Southern stoner rock band bring the distortion. Track speeds up at the end.
**6. Keyboards that sound like Organs. I think female vocals. Sounds like a funeral march done by a black metal band. The middle of the track is mellow.
7. Multiple vocalists. Ends with what sounds like a sample of American indian signing.
8. Harmonica, southern rock gone metal. A clean vocalists and a screaming vocalist.
9. Bay Area thrash/death metal does a track. It's sounds halfway between EYEHATEGOD'S sound and their sound.
10. A bit more melodic. Sounds someplace between hardcore and ISIS doing EYEHATEGOD.
**11. Slow, effects on the vocals.
12. Keyboards, sample, feedback into a raw rocker. Ends quiet and jazzy.
13. Some sample about god, big bass, and speedy compared to the rest of the tracks.
14. Sounds live and raw.
15. Stoner rock sounding but with some pained vocals.
16. Lots of bass. Vocals sorta suck.
17. Acoustic guitar and clean electric. Country song.
Really good stuff -mph