Eyehategod, whose highly-anticipated new album, ‘A History of Nomadic Behavior,’ arrives on March 12 (Century Media Records), have revealed a final preview of the 12-song album, releasing the song “Circle of Nerves” [stream a YouTube embed below].
“’Circle of Nerves’ is the last single before the release of our new album, A History of Nomadic Behavior,” explains Eyehategod singer Mike IX Williams. “This track is a prime example of the lowest form of abstract crossover trash to crawl out of the methadone clinic basement. We can’t wait to play these songs live in filthy venues, where the real noise comes to life.”
The single’s arrival follows news of the New Orleanian band’s celebratory listening party for what is their first album in seven years. The March 11 online event is hosted by Revolver and Full Metal Jackie and features a live Q&A and track-by-track discussion. It can be watched via Revolver’s YouTube channel at 1 pm pacific/4 pm eastern.
“I’m a huge fan– these guys helped pioneer NOLA sludge and have inspired countless artists.” Said Full Metal Jackie as the special livestream was announced. “Dangerous music for dangerous people! They sound lean & mean as ever!!”
Press release courtesy of Speakeasy PR
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