Pics by Dylan Lappin
NOLA metal merchants Eyehategod stormed New York City at Brooklyn Bazaar this past Easter Sunday (4/16) for the band’s third live gig with frontman Mike IX Williams since his successful liver transplant in late 2016. The doomy sludgesters spewed out 18 bone-bruising tracks including hits like “New Orleans Is the New Vietnam,” “Medicine Noose” and “Lack of Almost Everything.” Check out live shots and clips from the show below.
Eyehategod recently booked additional U.S. shows for May, which will see them performing a hometown show, plus various markets in Texas (dates posted after the gallery).
Eyehategod are touring in support of their 2014 self-titled LP on Housecore Records (check that out below as well).
UPDATE: Check out full footage from Eyehategod‘s set in Brooklyn below.
More pics and live clips from social media:
Eyehategod upcoming shows:
5/26/2017 Strange Brew – Shreveport, LA
5/27/2017 White Oak Music Hall – Houston, TX
5/28/2017 The Rail Club – Fort Worth, TX
5/30/2017 Barracuda Austin – Austin, TX