Year of the Cobra Announce First Leg of US Tour; New EP Due Oct. 29

Posted in Whathaveyou on July 21st, 2017 by JJ Koczan

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Leading up to and through an appearance at Psycho Las Vegas on Aug. 20, Seattle duo Year of the Cobra will once again hit the road in support of last year’s stunner debut album, …In the Shadows Below (review here). The band, who were recently interviewed here, have wrapped up tracking a new EP with none other than Billy Anderson, and they’ll have that out Oct. 29 to follow-up the album and hopefully lead into more good stuff to come.

As to that, they note below “some other big news” that’s forthcoming — in addition to a second leg of the US tour. Anyone care to speculate with me? They’ve got the EP, so it’s early for second album plans. Could be word on a different label releasing the EP. The long-player was released by STB Records, who did a killer job with it, but neither would it surprise me if someone picked up Year of the Cobra like Relapse or Napalm. They’ve broken their collective ass on the road supporting the album and, well, they’re a good band, which also never hurts when it comes to that kind of thing. Could also just be details of the EP release, art, tracks and whatnot. Or a return trip to Europe, perhaps for Fall festival season and to coincide with the EP release?

So many different possibilities. And of course I could be way off on all of the above and it could be something else entirely. If I had to place one, that would probably be my bet. Ha.

The band sent the following down the PR wire:

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Year of the Cobra – US Tour First Leg

Year of the Cobra hits the road in August for the first leg of their US tour, including an appearance at Psycho Las Vegas. The band also just finished recording a new EP with Billy Anderson. Tentative release date for that is October 29th. Expect an announcement soon about the second leg of their tour, along with some other big news.

Year of the Cobra live:
8.9 – Kalispell, MT at Old School Records
8.10 – Billings, MT at Smiling Dog Records
8.11 – Denver, CO at Squire Lounge
8.12 – Omaha, NB at The Lookout Lounge
8.13 – St. Paul, MN at Agharta Records (in-store performance during the day)
8.13 – Minneapolis, MN at Nomad
8.14 – Chicago, IL at Reggies
8.15 – Lawrence, KS at The Bottleneck
8.17 – Albuquerque, NM at Launchpad
8.18 – El Paso, TX at Boomtown
8.19 – Tempe, AZ at Yucca Tap Room
8.20 – Las Vegas, NV at Psycho Las Vegas
8.21 – Salt Lake City, UT at Urban Lounge
8.22 – Idaho Falls, ID at The Roadhouse Saloon
8.23 – Bozeman, MT at The Filling Station

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Year of the Cobra, …In the Shadows Below (2016)

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Warning Announce US Tour Playing Watching from a Distance in Full

Posted in Whathaveyou on July 21st, 2017 by JJ Koczan

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After playing the album in full earlier this year at Roadburn 2017 in the Netherlands and very nearly doing so again last month at Northwest Terror Fest in Seattle, UK doomers Warning will hit the US next month to perform 2006’s landmark Watching from a Distance in its entirety at Psycho Las Vegas and at a one-off show alongside Conan in San Diego. Not only that, but as previously announced, the three-piece will be back Stateside in Oct. to take part in the inaugural Days of Darkness Festival put on by the Maryland Deathfest crew in Baltimore, MD.

So what’s new? What’s new is the tour surrounding that latter performance, which will include support from the likes of The Body, Worm Ouroboros and Thou — nothing against the other two, but I’d love to see Warning and Worm Ouroboros together — and lead up and through the Baltimore festival gig. They’ll hit both coasts in short order on a major-market run that also includes Austin, Chicago and New York before wrapping on Halloween at the ONCE Ballroom in Somerville, Massachusetts. Not sure who’s opening that one, but it’s sure to be a drunken madhouse, as Boston always is on Halloween. Go Sox and whatnot.

Dates posted via the social medias follow here:

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Warning – Watching from a Distance US Tour

We’re happy to at last be able to announce our October US Tour dates. We’ve done our best to find replacements for the cancelled shows from last month and we’re still hoping to bring you an LA date. Thanks for your patience and we hope to see you along the way.

Warning live:
08/20 Psycho Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV
08/22 Brick by Brick, San Diego, CA

Warning with support from The Body, Thou and Worm Ouroboros:
10/15 Seattle: Highline^
10/17 Portland: Tonic Lounge^
10/18 San Francisco: DNA Lounge^
10/20 Phoenix: Club Red^#
10/22 Austin: Barracuda#
10/26 Chicago: Reggies#
10/28 New York: Le Poisson Rouge#
10/29 Baltimore: Days Of Darkness Festival
10/31 Boston: ONCE Ballroom

^=support from The Body
#=support from Thou
10/15-10/20 = support from Worm Ouroboros

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Warning, Watching from a Distance (2006)

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Kungens Män to Deliver Dag & Natt July 31

Posted in Whathaveyou on July 21st, 2017 by JJ Koczan

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Drifting psych-jazz improvocateurs Kungens Män are gearing up to release a new 2LP in less than two weeks’ time. The Stockholm-based explorers — amorphous in personnel and sound, as ever — were last heard from in April with the offering Tomhetens Furste, a long-playing three-tracker streaming and pressed to limited tape through Eggs in Aspic. The latest work is Dag & Natt, and it will be out on vinyl through Adansonia Records and on CD through Kungens Ljud & Bild July 31 bringing a wash of psych-kraut who-knows-what that’s sure to melt brainstems and turn them into a lysergic homebrew at will in a prevailing weirdo wash. Don’t believe me? Tomhetens Furste is streaming at the bottom of this post. Put it on and just see if there’s any getting out alive.

Info on Dag & Natt comes courtesy of the PR wire:

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Kungens Män – Dag & Natt

A soothing Aylerian saxophone wakes you up in the morning. Your head gets going by lunch, while tapping your feet to a stomping groove with free flowing guitars on top. A hard driving krautrock song takes you through the evening. The veiled night enters in nuances of black. After the nightmarish turns inside your most hidden parts of the mind, a motorik beat picks you up to make the walk back home. And then it starts over again.

This is mood music for the adventurous. At all times.

Kungens Män are back with the new double-LP ”Dag & Natt” (Day & Night) on Adansonia Records (double vinyl-LP) and Kungens Ljud & Bild (double CD) on July 31st, 2017.

Kungens Män started out in 2012 in Stockholm, Sweden, when a bunch of good friends decided to bring some instruments when hanging out. The random jam sessions became more and more regular and soon Kungens Män started recording it all, completely unfiltered and without safety nets. The music soon found its way to the internet and a buzz occurred, connecting with listeners all over the globe. From the debut show with Master Musicians Of Bukkake and onwards, every show has been a different story. Always new sounds and improvisations, different guest musicians, different happenings. Kungens Män are rooted in the psychedelic/drone rock tradition of bands such as Träd, Gräs & Stenar, but also add influences from krautrock, shoegaze, noiserock and free jazz. They will always add something new to the mix to challenge themselves and the audiences’ preconceptions about what Kungens Män are all about.

Kungens Män have played at festivals such as The Psychedelic Network Festival (Würzburg, DE), PsyKA Festival (Karlsruhe, DE) and The Copenhagen Psych Fest (DK) and played with bands like Øresund Space Collective, Master Musicians of Bukkake, Yuri Gagarin, Spelljammer, The Spacelords and Radar Men From The Moon. They toured Europe in 2015 and 2016. In August 2017 they are invited by Mani Neumaier to play at the Guru Guru festival, Finki Open Air, along with acts such as Arthur Brown, The Pretty Things and of course, Guru Guru.

The first vinyl-LP “Förnekaren” by Kungens Män was released by the German label Adansonia Records in 2015, and was a success with critics and fans alike. The next double-LP “Stockholm Maraton” came out on Adansonia Records in September 2016. The third double-LP on Adansonia – “Dag & Natt” will be released on July 31st, 2017.

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Kungens Män, Tomhetens Furste (2017)

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Major Kong Set Sept. Release for Brace for Impact; New Song Posted

Posted in Whathaveyou on July 21st, 2017 by JJ Koczan

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Polish riff aficionados Major Kong are giving a quick glimpse of their upcoming long-player, Brace for Impact, in the new streaming track ‘Rapid Star Formation.’ The cut is only a little over two minutes long, and one suspects that its fast push leads to some slower, weightier fare — would be a short album if not, but that could work too, of course — but still manages to showcase a bit of lumbering to offset the sprint, even if it’s an in-and-out kind of deal. Based in Lublin, the trio’s last offering was late-2016’s Brave New Kong (review here), which answered the heft of 2015’s Galactic Cannibalism (review here) with a crisper overall sound that seems to be a theme continuing into the new release. We’ll see when we get there, of course.

The band notes a September landing date for Brace for Impact, which is pretty quick considering they just wrapped the recording on July 1, and I’ll hope to have more to come either before or after it comes out. Until then, you can dig into “Rapid Star Formation” below:

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Major Kong – Brace for Impact

This is “Rapid Star Formation” from our upcoming third full-length called “Brace for Impact”. We are planning to release it at the beginning of September.

“Brace for Impact” – artwork by Maciej Kamuda.

As usual, all forms of spreading the word would be highly appreciated.

Enjoy!

Bio:
Major Kong was born in late 2010 in Lublin, Poland. From the beginning they were a non-vocal trio. Just riffs and heaviness exploding from the guitar, bass, drums, loud amps and large cabinets. Their first recording was “Orogenesis” EP, then in 2012 came the debut album called “Doom for the Black Sun”. In 2014 they moved to Warsaw and released “Doom Machine” – the second full-length. A simple joy of playing without any wicked studio-tricks continued with memorable gigs and more sets of tunes published in 2015: a split 12″ with Dopelord and an EP entitled “Galactic Cannibalism”.

Major Kong is:
Domel – bass
Misiek – guitar
Bolek – drums

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Major Kong, “Rapid Star Formation”

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Menin Announce Lord of Pain EP Due Sept. 15

Posted in Whathaveyou on July 20th, 2017 by JJ Koczan

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The impression made by the blown-out tone of Menin‘s Lord of Pain is immediate, resonant and righteous. Taking themes from sci-fi across its included tracks — one of which is instrumental and another a vinyl-exclusive bonus — the Doom Stew Records offering is out Sept. 15 and is the first EP release from the doubly-drummed (you can hear it on “Logrus”) Portland, Oregon, four-piece. Caked in distorted filth to match their bass-driven heft, Menin stomp their way through the title-track en route to the longer and ultimately more atmospheric “Logrus” before rolling out an effective linear build across “Mercer.”

All told, it’s a quick 22 minutes-plus that feels formative in its construction but carries forth a raw ambience to go with its nastiest stretches. It just so happens that the bonus track, “Entheogen,” is streaming at the bottom of this post, if you’d like to get introduced.

From the PR wire:

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Menin EP – Lord of Pain Sept 15th

Portland, Oregon’s favorite science fiction stoner doom outfit Menin is proud to announce its allegiance with San Francisco’s Doom Stew Records to release the EP Lord of Pain on CD and 12″ vinyl September 15th.

Menin’s power has rarely been glimpsed outside of the Pacific Northwest until now. Two drummers, downtuned guitar, and towering bass bring about an involuntary slow-headbang with interlocking polyrhythmic riffs. The unhinged vocals of guitarist Chris Gray serve to further disorient and disturb the listener.

Lord of Pain launches Menin’s unrelenting heaviness into the farthest corners of the universe for all but the deafest of heshers to behold. Each track explores the power and wrath of creator/destroyer gods from works of science fiction and fantasy. Lord of Pain’s title track is named for the Shrike from Dan Simmons’s Hyperion Cantos: a 10-foot-tall, four-armed, time-traveling monster made of knives. Fellow science fiction fan and riff warrior Matt Stikker provides a horrifying illustration for the cover art, as he has done for the likes of Lord Dying, Drouth, and WVRM, among others.

Lord of Pain will be available on CD, digital download, and vinyl September 15th through Doom Stew Records. The 12″ vinyl also contains the previously-unavailable single Entheogen, an anthem to the sweet leaf.

Artist: Menin
Album: Lord of Pain
Label: Doom Stew Records
Release date: September 15th, 2017

Tracklist:
1. Lord of Pain (5:45)
2. Logrus (9:58)
3. Mercer (7:14)
4. Entheogen (5:52) (vinyl-only)

Menin is:
Chris Gray – Vocals / Guitar
Ken Neff – Bass
Devin Nowlin – Drums
Peter Schaller – Drums

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Menin, “Entheogen”

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Slough Feg Announce The New Organon Recording; Re-Sign to Cruz del Sur

Posted in Whathaveyou on July 20th, 2017 by JJ Koczan

Maybe that’s just how long a Slough Feg record takes to absorb, but it’s kind of surprising to think it’s been three years since the perennial San Fran-based NWOBHM-via-Celtic-folk-via-classic-rock-via-you-don’t-know-what-the-hell-to-call-it-so-just-call-it-progressive outfit released Digital Resistance (review here). That album was their ninth as well as their debut release for Metal Blade Records, and along with the news that the Mike Scalzi-led troupe either will begin or have begun this month to record their 10th long-player, to be titled The New Organon, comes word that said offering will be issued via Cruz del Sur, with whom the band was previously signed for three highlight LPs between 2005 and 2009.

Too strange for the bigger imprint to know what to do with? Possible. Or possible it was just a one record deal. In any case, it was four years from 2010’s The Animal Spirits (review here), which was released by Profound Lore, to Digital Resistance, so even if The New Organon doesn’t show up until 2018, that would at least be on pace. Good food takes time, even if you don’t realize time has passed.

From the PR wire:

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SLOUGH FEG Rejoins CRUZ DEL SUR MUSIC

San Francisco true metal troubadours SLOUGH FEG have rejoined Italy’s Cruz Del Sur Music, the label behind the band’s heralded “Atavism” (2005), “Hardworlder” (2007) and “Ape Uprising!” (2009) albums.

Comments vocalist/guitarist Mike Scalzi: “We are happy to announce that we are back with Cruz Del Sur Music and will begin recording a new album in July! We believe that a smaller ’boutique’ label such as Cruz Del Sur is appropriate for our sound, fanbase and work ethic, and look forward to working with Enrico [Leccese] and company again.”

“I am extremely excited to have SLOUGH FEG back on Cruz Del Sur!” says Leccese. “It is always nice when bands you like track you down. It’s even more special when it’s someone you’ve worked with for about ten years and established a friendly relationship. It’s a recognition that we were doing something right in the past. I can’t wait to hear the new album and share it with the metal world.”

Continues Scalzi: “The new album will be called ‘The New Organon’, and the songs are somewhat of a return to the heavier side of our sound: more rustic, heavy, churning, medieval/Celtic and proggy sounding riffs, as opposed to the more ’70s rock sounds of more recent albums. But don’t worry: there will be a couple of rockers as well! We will also have some newer, experimental songwriting styles, mixing heavy rock and metal with the melodic sounds of ’50s and ’60s pop. Imagine DEL SHANNON singing for BLUE CHEER! After all, it wouldn’t be a SLOUGH FEG album without some bizarre surprises!

So, journey we more into the vaults of the Voi-vaudevillian…the Epic-cure for all Epicurean Angst and Ennui. The Celtic cacophony continues!”

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Slough Feg, Live at Muskelrock 2016

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Honeymoon Disease to Release Part Human, Mostly Beast Oct. 27 on The Sign Records

Posted in Whathaveyou on July 20th, 2017 by JJ Koczan

Tilt your head at just the right angle and you can hear where Sweden’s Honeymoon Disease are coming from in noting a classic soul influence in the vocal arrangement of their latest single, ‘Electric Eel.’ That track will close out Part Human, Mostly Beast, which is the band’s second long-player behind 2015 Napalm Records debut, The Transcendence (discussed here), and will be out Oct. 27 via The Sign Records. Of course, there’s still plenty of boogie in “Electric Eel” as well, which would seem to be the whole idea, and one is curious to hear how the balance might shift from song to song throughout the album upon its arrival.

Plenty of time to stew in that anticipation, I suppose, though I also doubt “Electric Eel” will be the last we hear of Part Human, Mostly Beast before the thing actually lands three months from now. Whatever the next couple months might hold, preorders are up now and the PR wire brings art and album details as preliminaries for consumption:

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FW: Honeymoon Disease – announces new album “Part Human, Mostly Beast”

Honeymoon Disease unleashes their new album “Part Human, Mostly Beast” the 27th of October on The Sign Records. The Swedish rock quartet’s second album is filled with high voltage pulse, colorful sounds and lots of groovy soul. Well acclaimed for their intense and high energetic stage performances the band have been one of the raising stars on the European rock stages, something the band have brought into the studio and recording the album live. Honeymoon Disease have worked with producer Ola Ersfjord (Imperial State Electric, Primordial, Tribulation, Dead Lord) since the recording of their last album “The Transcendence” (Napalm Records), something that led up to a recording session with better crafted songs, a more luxuries production and a lot of focus on the vocal arrangements.

Jenna Disease:
“Its rougher and more heavy but still with a melancholic feeling. It’s part human but mostly beast”

The band released the first single “Electric Eel” from the album during the spring 2017. The backside of the seven inch hold a cover of soul-legend Eddie Floyd’s classic song “Big Bird”. During the pre-production the band and producer Ola Ersfjord find a mutual interest in old soul records. This interest paved the way for a recording session with more focus on strong vocal arrangements with more chorus and soul. At the same time the band is a modern high-energy rock act with focus on taking it all the way to eleven.

Jimi Disease:
“We wanted this album to have a more rough and lively feeling, as we are on stage. You should really hear the sweat from the jeans vest dripping out from the speakers”

Honeymoon Disease released their debut album “The Transcendence” on Napalm Records in 2015. The band have since then been touring frequently with bands as Avatarium, The Vintage Caravan, Dead Lord, RavenEye and Horisont and sharing stages with bands as Imperial State Electric, Graveyard, Bombus, Year of the Goat and The Order of Israfel. On the new album the band have continued to work with producer Ola Ersfjord. Honeymoon Disease have been working with Branca Studios with the artwork. The new album “Part Human, Mostly Beast” is released the 27th of October by The Sign Records.

The album is released on CD & Vinyl and as a bundle together with wunderbaum, bumpersticker and metal pin.
Pre-order from: http://freighttrain.se/en/

Track list:
1 – Doin’ it Again
2 – Only Thing Alive
3 – Tail Twister
4 – Rymdvals
5 – Needle In Your Eye
6 – Fly Bird, Fly High
7 – Calling You
8 – Four Stroke Woman
9 – Night By Night
10 – It’s Alright
11 – Coal Burnin’
12 – Electric Eel

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Honeymoon Disease, “Electric Eel” official video

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Eyehategod Announce Massive US Tour Starting Aug. 1

Posted in Whathaveyou on July 19th, 2017 by JJ Koczan

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Well now, this seems ambitious. That’s not me trying to be backhanded or say I think it can’t or won’t happen — Eyehategod have spent the entirety of their 30-year career of sticking a collective middle finger in the face of the universe, and in so doing helped to define an essential element of what sludge became in their wake — just that as frontman Mike Williams comes back from a liver transplant, a 39-date US tour is a hell of a way to do it. Granted, if anyone can, it’s Williams, and it’s Eyehategod — on whom the universe has consistent shit in response to the aforementioned middle finger — but again, pretty ambitious.

They’ll play with Phobia, Cro-Mags, Negative Approach, The Obsessed, Pig Destroyer and others on the run, the dates for which appear below, hand-delivered by the PR wire:

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EYEHATEGOD Announces Left To Starve Summer Tour With Negative Approach, Cro-Mags, And More On Select Dates

EYEHATEGOD will kick off a thirty-nine-date US mega tour next month. The Left To Starve summer takeover will commence on August 1st, run through September 13th, and includes performances with Capitalist Casualties, Phobia, Primitive Man, Negative Approach, Antiseen, Cro-Mags, Pig Destroyer, The Obsessed, and Mountain Of Wizard on select dates! The journey also marks frontman Mike IX Williams’ lengthiest tour since undergoing liver transplant surgery this past December.

Comments IX Williams, “This band, for better or worse, has endured a mind-numbing and brain-expanding thirty years of making some of the most criminally riff filled and abhorrent sounds ever heard on the planet earth. No middle ground; EYEHATEGOD is either wonderfully loved or instinctively hated. Predicting the future accidentally and preaching the end time message, see the band LIVE now before something else bad happens…”

EYEHATEGOD – Left To Starve Summer Tour:
8/01/2017 Boozers – Corpus Christi, TX
8/02/2017 Lowbrow – El Paso, TX
8/03/2017 Club Red – Phoenix, AZ w/ Capitalist Casualties, Phobia
8/04/2017 Dive Bar – Las Vegas, NV w/ Capitalist Casualties, Phobia
8/05/2017 Los Globos – Los Angeles, CA w/ Capitalist Casualties, Phobia
8/06/2017 Blue Lamp – Sacramento, CA w/ Capitalist Casualties
8/07/2017 Elbow Room – San Francisco, CA w/ Capitalist Casualties
8/08/2017 Dante’s – Portland, OR w/ Capitalist Casualties
8/09/2017 El Corazon – Seattle, WA w/ Capitalist Casualties
8/11/2017 Marquis Theater – Denver, CO w/ Primitive Man
8/12/2017 Launchpad – Albuquerque, NM w/ Primitive Man
8/13/2017 Korova – San Antonio, TX w/ Negative Approach
8/14/2017 Trees – Dallas, TX w/ Negative Approach
8/15/2017 89th Street – Oklahoma City, OK w/ Negative Approach
8/16/2017 The Gig – Beaumont, TX w/ Negative Approach
8/18/2017 South Port – New Orleans, LA w/ Negative Approach
8/19/2017 Ground Zero – Spartanburg, SC w/ Antiseen, Negative Approach
8/20/2017 The Muse – Wilmington, NC w/ Negative Approach
8/21/2017 The Earl – Atlanta, GA w/ Negative Approach
8/22/2017 Broadberry – Richmond, VA w/ Negative Approach
8/24/2017 Middle East – Boston, MA w/ Cro-Mags
8/25/2017 Montage – Rochester, NY w/ Cro-Mags
8/26/2017 Cafe 611 – Frederick, MD w/ Cro-Mags, Pig Destroyer
8/27/2017 Saint Vitus Bar – Brooklyn, NY w/ Cro-Mags
8/28/2017 Chameleon Club – Lancaster, PA w/ Cro-Mags
8/30/2017 Mexicali – Teaneck, NJ w/ Cro-Mags
8/31/2017 Outpost – Kent, OH w/ Cro-Mags
9/01/2017 Spirit Hall – Pittsburgh, PA w/ Cro-Mags
9/02/2017 Cobra Lounge – Chicago, IL w/ Cro-Mags
9/03/2017 Cobra Lounge – Chicago, IL w/ Cro-Mags
9/04/2017 Triple Rock Social Club – Minneapolis, MN w/ Cro-Mags
9/05/2017 Rock Island Brewing – Rock Island, IL w/ Cro-Mags
9/06/2017 Club El – Detroit, MI w/ Cro-Mags
9/08/2017 Ace Of Cups – Columbus, OH w/ The Obsessed, Mountain Of Wizard
9/09/2017 The Pinch – Washington, DC w/ The Obsessed, Mountain Of Wizard
9/10/2017 Golden Pony – Harrionsburg, VA w/ The Obsessed, Mountain Of Wizard
9/11/2017 Ziggys – Chattanooga, TN w/ Mountain Of Wizard
9/12/2017 Sidetracks – Huntsville, AL w/ Mountain Of Wizard
9/13/2017 Vinyl Music Hall – Pensacola, FL w/ Mountain Of Wizard

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Eyehategod, “Medicine Noose” official video

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