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Eyehategod joins Gwar, Napalm Death, and Madball

Posted by Loren on June 18, 2021

Eyehategod joins Gwar, Napalm Death, and Madball
Eyehategod joins Gwar, Napalm Death, and Madball

After a year with no shows, we're starting to see a lot of bands hitting the road with some impressive lineups. That includes the newly announced Gwar/Napalm Death tour with support from Eyehategod -- and a couple of shows with GWAR, Eyehategod, and Madball first.

Eyehategod will kick off the live festivities with two record release showsi n New Orleans, LA in September, then hitting the road with the aforementioned bands. Eyehategod released A History of Nomadic Behavior in March (Century Media Records).

EYEHATEGOD Record Release Shows:

9/10/2021 Poor Boys - New Orleans, LA w/ Goatwhore, Sick Thoughts, Shitload 
9/11/2021 Poor Boys - New Orleans, LA w/ The Obsessed, Total Hell, Lowbrau 

w/ Gwar, Madball:
9/16/2021 The National - Richmond, VA
9/17/2021 Newport Music Hall - Columbus, OH
9/19/2021 Mr. Smalls Theatre - Millvale, PA
w/ Gwar, Napalm Death:
10/28/2021 The NorVa - Norfolk, VA
10/29/2021 The Palladium - Worcester, MA
10/30/2021 Franklin Music Hall - Philadelphia, PA
10/31/2021 Irving Plaza - New York, NY
11/01/2021 Baltimore Soundstage - Baltimore, MD
11/02/2021 Town Ballroom - Buffalo, NY
11/04/2021 The Rave - Milwaukee, WI
11/05/2021 The Crofoot Ballroom - Pontiac, MI
11/06/2021 The Vogue - Indianapolis, IN
11/07/2021 House Of Blues - Cleveland, OH
11/08/2021 The Opera House - Toronto, ON
11/10/2021 The Orange Peel - Asheville, NC
11/11/2021 Bogarts - Cincinnati, OH
11/12/2021 The Masquerade - Atlanta, GA
11/15/2021 Warehouse Live - Houston, TX
11/16/2021 Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill - Dallas, TX
11/18/2021 Sunshine Theater - Albuquerque, NM
11/19/2021 Rialto Theatre - Tucson, AZ
11/20/2021 House Of Blues - Las Vegas, NV
11/21/2021 The Belasco Theater - Los Angeles, CA
11/22/2021 The Regency Ballroom - San Francisco, CA
11/23/2021 Ventura Theater - Ventura, CA
11/24/2021 The Observatory - Santa Ana, CA
11/26/2021 Virginia Street Brewhouse - Reno, NV
11/27/2021 Knitting Factory Concert House - Boise, ID
11/28/2021 Crystal Ballroom - Portland, OR
11/30/2021 Showbox SODO - Seattle, WA
12/01/2021 Commodore Ballroom - Vancouver, BC
12/03/2021 MacEwan Hall - Calgary, AB
12/04/2021 Midway Bar - Edmonton, AB
12/06/2021 Pub Station - Billings, MT
12/07/2021 The Oriental Theater - Denver, CO
12/08/2021 Granada Theater - Lawrence, KS
12/09/2021 First Avenue - Minneapolis, MN
12/10/2021 Bourbon Theatre - Lincoln, NE
12/11/2021 Pop's - Sauget, IL
12/13/2021 9:30 Club - Washington, DC

Eyehategod joins Gwar, Napalm Death, and Madball
Eyehategod joins Gwar, Napalm Death, and Madball

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