Eyehategod US Tour, June 2010

New Orleans, Louisiana sludge metal icons Eyehategod are proud to announce their long-anticipated US tour beginning in June, following an appearance at this year’s edition of the Maryland Deathfest.
Tour Dates: 
03/06/2010 - 20/06/2010

 

New Orleans, Louisiana sludge metal icons Eyehategod are proud to announce their long-anticipated US tour beginning in June, following an appearance at this year’s edition of the Maryland Deathfest.

Sponsored by MetalSucks and SMN News, the 18-date trek begins at Blackbooth in Orlando, Florida on June 3 and will rage through 16 more cities before coming to a close in Chicago, Illinois at the Empty Bottle (where they play two nights). Support will come primarily from psychedelic black metallers Nachtmystium (from June 4 – 15) but will also feature a rotating roster of crushing openers throughout the tour including Brutal Truth, Withered, Black Anvil, Tombs, Howl, The Atlas Moth, Black Tusk and Strong Intention.

Eyehategod US Tour 2010

03.06.2010 - Backbooth - Orlando, FL 
04.06.2010 - Ground Zero - Spartanburg, SC  **
05.06.2010 - Volume 11 - Raleigh, NC 
06.06.2010 - Headliners - Louisville, KY 
07.06.2010 - Fubar - St Louis, MO 
08.06.2010 - Muse - Nashville, TN 
09.06.2010 - Alley Katz - Richmond, VA 
10.06.2010 - Krug’s - Frederick, MD **
11.06.2010 - Unitarian Church - Philadelphia, PA 
12.06.2010 - Europa - Brooklyn, NY  
13.06.2010 - Club Hall - Providence, RI 
14.06.2010 - Daniel St - Milford, CT 
15.06.2010 - Rocko’s - Manchester, NH 
16.06.2010 - Big Jar – Rochester, NY 
17.06.2010 - Now That’s Class - Cleveland, OH 
18.06.2010 - Blondie’s Detroit, MI 
19.06.2010 - Empty Bottle - Chicago, IL 
20.06.2010 - Empty Bottle – Chicago, IL 

** VIP package available; 50 tickets are available for $40 and will include sound check access, BBQ, meet & greet with the band + a signed poster. (visit this location for details.)

Since forming in 1988, Eyehategod have defied all odds and continue to exist and persist despite personal and professional setbacks. They've been called doomcore, sludge and stoner rock, survived line-up shuffles, label hassles and a short-lived split. And after more than a decade of creating some of the most corrosive, vile music known to man, Eyehategod still haven't lost the piss and vinegar that fueled them back in '88.