The misanthropic sludge metal outfit Eyehategod was formed in New Orleans in 1988, and became a significant section of a Southern sludgecore scene that included bands like Crowbar and Down, most of whom were heavily influenced by Dark Sabbath, Dark Flag, as well as the Melvins. Eyehategod was the brainchild of guitarist Jimmy Bower and drummer Joe LaCaze; both recruited vocalist Michael D. Williams, business lead guitarist Brian Patton, and bassist Steve Dale, and debuted in 1992 using the record In the Name of Struggling. 1993’s Consider As Necessary for Discomfort was documented with brand-new bassist Tag Schultz, and the band continued an unofficial hiatus. Bower became a member of Crowbar (being a drummer) and in addition played within the Southern steel supergroup Down, Patton performed in the even more loss of life metal-ish Soilent Green, and Williams proved helpful being a article writer for Steel Maniacs mag. In 1996, Eyehategod reconvened (with Vince LeBlanc on bass) for Dopesick; nevertheless, the band dropped largely silent for quite a while afterward. Bower came back to Crowbar because of their 1998 record, Odd Fellows Rest, but remaining soon after to come back to Eyehategod, who documented many 7″ singles on little independent labels. They were ultimately gathered on 2000’s Southern Pain, along with many live songs and outtakes from your Dopesick classes. Southern Pain also offered to primary the pump for another Eyehategod full-length; Confederacy of Ruined Lives premiered later that 12 months, with Daniel Nick filling up the revolving-door bass slot machine.
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