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  • CD (23 mai 2014)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Century Média
  • ASIN : B00JJ9DYI8
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 One of Eyehategod's Best 27 mai 2014
Par J. Hill - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
You know that feeling you get sometimes when you listen to an album for the first time and you know it's going to end up being one of your hands-down favorites? About halfway through my first listen to the new Eyehategod, I began to get that feeling, and by the time the last song ended, I had the satisfaction of knowing it for sure. These guys have put together a truly inspired effort. As usual with a new EHG, every song is good, but this one has a handful of tracks that I can tell already are going to end up being some of my favorite songs by them. Above all else, the riffs on this album are fantastic. Jimmy Bower is the master of New Orleans sludge as far as I'm concerned, and he shows here that he has no shortage of riffs at his disposal. It's been fourteen years since EHG's last new album, and it seems that Jimmy has spent some of that time writing a batch of the most memorable riffs of his career. This CD has numerous beautiful, painful, crust-laden Sabbath-born doom riffs one song after another, as if Jimmy has been collecting amazing riffs for over a dozen years and has jammed them all into the new release.

The overall sound of this one to me is most similar to my favorite EHG album, "Take As Needed for Pain." It's three main speeds are slow, slower, and slowest, with enough tidbits of mid-tempo and speed to keep it dynamic. Aside from the plethora of riffs, Mike D. Williams' vocals are just as biting as ever, but I've never heard him as intelligible as he is here. That tortured howl is still completely raw and visceral, but I can hear so many of the words, it's kind of different from my usual experience listening to EHG. As usual, the drums on the album are thunderous and completely essential to the sound. Sadly, this is the final studio recording of fallen drummer Joey Lacaze, who passed away in August 2013. Without a doubt, he finished his career with a crushing performance that captures the true Eyehategod feel. This album is top quality front-to-back, with the highlights for me being "Trying to Crack the Hard Dollar," "Nobody Told Me," and "Medicine Noose." The two fast songs, "Agitation! Propaganda!" and "Framed to the Wall" are good, too, and remind me of the hardcore edge of "Dopesick."

By the end of this year, a lot of good bands will have released new albums, including Down, Corrosion of Conformity, Crowbar, Machine Head, Overkill, Opeth, and Exodus just to name a few. In my book, "Eyehategod" is an early candidate for Metal Album of the Year with one of their best efforts.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 4.5 stars - EHG's best since 'Dopesick'/'Take as Needed' 28 juin 2014
Par Kevin Akstin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Album vinyle Achat vérifié
Even if not one of the more prolific metal bands around - this is, after all, their first full-length in 14(!) years - Eyehategod are certainly one of the more consistent. In 26 years they've had not one less-than-good release, and their very worst songs are simply unremarkable. "Age of Bootcamp" is not one of these - the track may be nearly a decade old, but I don't mind its presence here. In fact I wonder why they didn't include "New Orleans Is the New Vietnam," unless they're trying to make a few more bucks off sales of the 7-inch.

As usual for these guys, the material is strong start to finish, with at least one totally killer riff per song. "Agitation! Propaganda!" starts things off at a thrashing D-beat tempo not unlike "Peace Thru War" or "Methamphetamine," while "Trying to Crack the Hard Dollar" and "Parish Motel Sickness" (and, really, all of Side A) groove malevolently in classic EHG fashion. Highlights come to mind easily, while weak tracks are nowhere to be found. Not only is this album superior to their previous 'Confederacy of Ruined Lives' - which was perfectly solid and had probably their best production job till now - but it honestly rivals their best work from the mid-90's. Like always they achieve an organic, live-in-the-studio feel, and even if the years are outwardly quit visible on them - I saw them live in 2011 and Mike, not surprisingly, resembled a 60-year-old wino - you would never know just by hearing them play. They have a sound, a formula, that never really changes, but they've mastered it to such an extent that it doesn't have to.

Points, also, for the frenetic, Black Cobra-esque feel of "Worthless Rescue" - a possible reverse-influence? - and the spoken-word bit on "Flags And Cities Bound," something we haven't heard since "Who Gave Her the Roses." The song titles suggest the same dark sense of humor they always have, "Robitussin and Rejection" being perhaps the best one on here. Aside from lack of musical innovation, this record (please do buy the vinyl if you have a turntable, it's worth it) displays hardly a single fault. EHG, along with Sourvein, Graves at Sea, and a very few others, can continue to claim to their spot at the apex of the sludge/doom genre. You already know whether you want this or not, but believe me, you do!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 13 juin 2017
Par chris colmus - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Worth The Wait!!!! 28 mai 2014
Par NoGoodah - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I've been a fan since the beginning.
Awesome albums & the best live shows, never been disappointed by Jimmy & the boys. Looking forward to seeing them live at Cobra Lounge.
Another great album from beginning to end.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 It is a great album from a great band 10 septembre 2014
Par Cassie E. Roach - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Album vinyle Achat vérifié
Took a very long time for the band to get a new album out, but well worth the wait. It is a great album from a great band. i wish the artwork on the vinyl was better as it looks like someone just took the CD art and blew it up (lame), BUT that doesn't affect the album, which is absolutely killer.
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