Sludge metal pioneers Eyehategod are touring behind their new self-titled album — their first in 14 years. Sifting murky blues riffs through a sheen of hardcore pummel and wall-of-sound distortion, the New Orleans five-piece promise to carry their own torch with a new batch of sonic brutality, despite the recent tragic loss of original drummer John LaCaze. As visceral and debauched as you'd expect, the group's latest hits the same bottom-heavy highs as classics like Take As Needed for Pain and Dopesick, and their live show accentuates the band's raw power. With Ringworm and Enabler. 18+. (Photo by Liz Ciavarella-Brenner)
Mon., June 16, 8 p.m., 2014
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