Sludge metal band Eyehategod has just announced the dates for their Spring 2016 tour that will hit up various spots across America.
The tour will start in mid April on the 13th in Atlanta, Georgia and end in Birmingham, Alabama on May 3rd. The band will be supported by the Philadelphia metal band Fight Amp for several of their gigs, but will also be supported by Antiseen and COC.
Eyehategod formed in New Orleans, Louisiana and is a prominent member of the New Orleans metal scene. They have been active since 1988, and its members have changed over the years. Its current members include Jimmy Bower, Mike Williams, Brian Patton, Gary Mader, and Aaron Hill.
The band released their first album in 1992, and have released 5 studio albums in total, with several other EPs and compilation albums. Their latest release was a self-titled album released in 2014.
Their most recent album entitled Eyehategod, released in 2014, was also the last record of theirs to feature Joey LaCaze on drums because of his death in 2013.
For a complete list of tour dates, please check below.
Update: As of April 5th, 2016, Eyehategod has added more tour dates. These additional dates will take the tour into the summer with their last date being on June 6th in Los Angeles. Check below for the full list of dates.
Eyehategod Spring 2016 Tour
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04/13: Atlanta, GA – The Earl
04/14: Virginia Beach, VA – Shakas
04/15: Spartanburg, SC – Ground Zero
04/16: Richmond, VA – Broadberry
04/17: Wilmington, NC – Ziggy’s
04/18: Raleigh, NC – Pour House
04/19: Johnson City, TN – Hideaway
04/20: Columbus, OH – Ace of Cups
04/21: Syracuse, NY – Lost Horizon
04/22: Baltimore, MD – Ottobar
04/23: Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts
04/24: Brooklyn, NY – St. Vitus
04/26: Pittsburgh, PA – Altar Bar
04/27: Cleveland, OH – Now That’s Class
04/28: Kalamazoo, MI – Louie’s
04/29: Indy, IN – 5th Quarter
04/30: Valparaiso, IN – Big Shots
05/01: Louisville, KY – Saturn
05/02: Chattanooga, TN – JJ’s Bohemia
05/03: Birmingham, AL – Saturn
05/29: Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall
05/30: New York, NY – Webster Hall/Marlin Room
06/01: Vancouver, BC – Rickshaw Theater
06/02: Seattle, WA – Studio Seven
06/03: Portland, OR – Dante’s
06/04: San Francisco, CA – Slim’s
06/05: Pomona, CA – Glass House
06/06: Los Angeles, CA – The Roxy