EYEHATEGOD Begins Northeast US Tour Tonight; Band Added To Obscene Extreme Festival

EyeHateGod - Photo by Dean Karr

Directly on the heels of EYEHATEGOD’s month-long US headlining tour with Ringworm and Enabler, the New Orleans destroyers are back on the road already this week. Set to begin their new headlining trek tonight, July 10th, kicking the shit off in Washington, DC, after which they’ll raid Providence, Albany, York, Hamden and Brooklyn in a jagged Northeast strike. On the six-city tour, EYEHATEGOD will be backed by Iron Reagan, Vektor and Strong Intention on all dates.

Additionally, EYEHATEGOD was just added to this year’s massive annual Obscene Extreme Festival in Trutnov-Battlefield, Czech Republic next week. The four-day melee runs from July 16th through 19th, with EYEHATEGOD now confirmed as one of the main acts on Friday, July 18th, that evening joining Possessed, Brutal Truth, Cattle Decapitation, Demonical, Nunslaughter, Vitamin X, Beheaded and tons of others.

Additional live actions from EYEHATEGOD will be announced in the coming weeks, preceding their upcoming performance at the Housecore Horror Film Fest in Austin this October.

w/ Iron Reagan, Vektor, Strong Intention
7/10/2014 The Pinch – Washington, DC [info]
7/11/2014 Simons 677 – Providence, RI [info]
7/12/2014 Bogies – Albany, NY [info]
7/13/2014 Depot – York, PA [info]
7/14/2014 Ballroom At Outer Space – Hamden, CT [info]
7/15/2014 Acheron – Brooklyn, NY [info]

7/18/2014 Obscene Extreme Festival – Trutnov-Battlefield, CZ [info]
10/23/2014 -10/26/2014 Housecore Horror Film Fest @ Emo’s – Austin, TX [info]

EyeHateGod - July 2014 US Tour

EYEHATEGOD continues to tour in support of their chart-toppling, self-titled new studio offering, their first in nearly 15 years. Released back in May via Century Media in Europe and Housecore Records in North America, the album continues to reap praise and widespread “fuck-yeahs” from fans and media worldwide and you can also read Mark’s review HERE.

Eyehategod is out now via Century Media in Europe and Housecore Records in North America.


Source: Earsplit PR
Photo Credit: Dean Karr