Eyehategod

Preaching The End Time Message (Emetic Records 2005)

Album review

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Finally some new material from Eyehategod, the southern sludge masters that have broken up and reformed more times than Ozzy has claimed retirement. This album features some old, some new, the first 2 tracks are alternate versions of "Methamphetamine" and "Serving Time In The Middle Of Nowhere". Then we've got a few tracks that were previously only available on now out of print split 7"s, including the badass Sabbath Jam that originally came out on a split with Anal Cunt in 1997. There are 2 live tracks from Japan '02, raw and dirty of course, which showcase the band in fine 'I don't give a fuck, I'm just here to play' form. The last 3 tracks are a tease, new ones that leave us wondering if Eyehategod will ever grace our Sabbath-loving ears with another new full-length album, or ever come around and whip our asses again on tour. Preach on.

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Reviewed by: Wolfie

2005 AbsolutMetal