EyeHateGod - In The Name Of Suffering mp3 album
|Title:||In The Name Of Suffering|
|MP3 album size:||1466 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1335 mb|
|Digital formats:||XM MP4 AU WMA MOD WAV VQF|
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In the Name of Suffering is the debut album by sludge metal pioneers Eyehategod, initially released in 1990 through the obscure French independent label Intellectual Convulsion. Eyehategod was formed in 1988 and recorded two demos, Garden Dwarf Woman Driver and Lack of Almost Everything, released in the years 1989 and 1990, respectively. Originally, the band did not take themselves seriously, and only formed to rebel against what they call "the norm of underground music at the time"
Band Name Eyehategod. Album Name In the Name of Suffering. Labels Chanteloup Créations Intellectual Convulsion. Music StyleSludge Doom. Members owning this album47. Re-Issue in 2006 with 4 bonustracks. 2. Man Is Too Ignorant to Exist. 5. Run It into the Ground. 7. Children of God. 8. Left to Starve.
The guitars are coarse and grainy - a fitting match for frontman Michael Williams' tortured laryngitis screams - spilling out high-pitched feedback all over the place, while Joey LaCaze's snare drum sounds like a wooden plank being hit by a hammer. There are a few up-tempo hardcore punk sections scattered throughout the album, but for the most part, the songs move at a slow-motion pace reminiscent of the Melvins' early work.
Intellectual Convulsion was a French label that pressed 1500-2000 copies of the album, then disappeared. Century Media Records soon signed Eyehategod and re-released the album. The cover shown is the original Intellectual Convulsion pressing. The 1st Century Media re-release features different cover art. Later reissues have the original cover.
Take as Needed for Pain. Confederacy of Ruined Lives.
With their 1992 debut album 'In the Name of Suffering' the band introduced us to the vilest piece of music imaginable without actually getting silly a la brutal death metal/goregrind. Front-man Mike Williams writes the lyrics for Eyehategod and they're some of the darkest and most misanthropic lyrics you can come across. Eyehategod is a unique band that only appeals to the senses if you are one of those people who listens to sludge metal frequently or even occasionally because the roots of stoner/doom are so strong in this album which is why it makes them such a great tremendous force in metal and and sludge leading me up to this cd, In the. Name of Suffering.
Man Is Too Ignorant to Exist. 2008 reissue bonus tracks. Left to Starve (Demo version). Hit a Girl (Demo version). Depress (Demo version). Children of God (Demo version). Musicians: Mike Williams: vocals. Mark Schultz: guitars. Jimmy Bower: guitars.
This album has an average beat per minute of 112 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 71/162 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist In the Name of Suffering. BPM Profile In the Name of Suffering. Album starts at 71BPM, ends at 120BPM (+49), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Eyehategod.