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Bl'ast! + Eyehategod

Posted Feb. 13, 2016, 11:37 a.m. in Records by Loren
Bl'ast! + Eyehategod

Bl'ast! and Eyehategod are coming together on a new two-song 7" from Rise Records. 

"I first saw Bl'ast! back in the '80s at an obscure club in New Orleans after deeming Power of Expression and It's in My Blood two of my favorite albums ever to be made. Me and my friends I was there with (one of which was CoC's Pepper Keenan) were blown away and viciously soaked in the hardcore punk skate vibe even down here in the American South. Cut to years later, I met the guys in Bl'ast! again when EyeHateGod did a US tour with Corrosion and have since remained friends all these years," Eyehategod's Mike IX Williams says of the release.

Track List:

1. “Cut Your Teeth” (Bl'ast!)

2. “The Liars Psalm” (EYEHATEGOD)

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