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Ruptured Heart Theory - EyeHateGod - Dopesick

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{PARAGRAPH}Dopesick has consistent killer jams and stands as a pillar of the genre for a lot of reasons. The songs are killer, the aura is crushing and infectiously filthy, it's got aggression and misanthropy combined into one, and it's catchy when it isn't drowning you in the bog, and it does this all throughout. Come into the swamp with us, man! Eyehategod makes me want to kill myself. This, of course, means it's working. Their famous brand of stoned, snarling sludge is enough to set anyone over the Melody - Various - Atomic Techno Vol. 4, in the best An Den Ufern Der Nacht - Puhdys - Ein Fest Für Die Sinne (DVD) way. From the swampy, cold, and haunted In the Name of Suffering, to the warm-bellied whiskey production of Take as Needed For Pain, Eyehategod decimated the Ruptured Heart Theory - EyeHateGod - Dopesick notion of sludge a la The Melvins, for a more violent, unconstrained sound that most bands in the style have since molded their music on. You know the drill: I was wrong. Dopesick, Eyehategod's third album, starts off brimming with a violent energy. The sound of cracking glass, a low end Ruptured Heart Theory - EyeHateGod - Dopesick riff, and feedback then explode into a screaming mess, reminiscent of a fight in a dirty bar. Every crash of the cymbals is another punch, every tortured word is another scream of pain, every burst of feedback a fiery snap of pain. Mike Williams' vocals seem more like a drunken junkie howl than the drawn out screams of In the Name of Suffering, but it hasn't lost it's voice or potency; if anything, it sounds Ruptured Heart Theory - EyeHateGod - Dopesick pissed off than ever. Jimmy Bower is Tony Iommi on a cornucopia of hard drugs, playing riff after exceedingly violent riff. And when I say these riffs are violent, I fucking mean it. It's bludgeoning, beating the listener down, and coupled with Mike Williams' crazed scream; it's perfect. Joey LaCaze's drums are beaten hard, like the face of some poor guy in the aforementioned bar fight. It's hard, heavy on the cymbals, but still a bludgeoning force, much like the riffs. Vince LeBlanc's bass isn't heard as much, because the guitars are very upfront in the mix, but his southern influenced bass riffs really add to the dirty feel of the music. One thing to note is that this is far more a hardcore punk influenced record than a doom metal influenced one. Now, that's not to say plodding tempos aren't to be found, because they are. Dopesick is out of control, contrasting the slower bits with the faster bits, all within the same song, exuding a Eugene Marlows Heritage Ensemble - A Fresh Take feeling of repressed anger and depressed isolation. These are classic songs. Eyehategod will play them for the rest of their days, and will always be cheered on by legions of like-minded misanthropes. This nicely rounds out their 90's trilogy of albums, and though it may sit below Take as Needed For Pain, it still is one of the best albums of the 90's, in every genre. This is an essential album for anyone who feels the need to kill themselves or others once a month, it's an essential album for stoners who prefer the hard life, it's an essential album for anyone who likes grating misanthropy and heavy fucking metal. So, tune in, turn on, drop out, and listen to Eyehategod. Eyehategod is Ruptured Heart Theory - EyeHateGod - Dopesick singular entity in the realm of heavy metal and Dopesick is EHG at their finest or worst depending on one's point of view. Anonymous June 1, at AM. Anonymous July 24, at AM. Anonymous December 1, at PM. Anonymous March 27, at PM. Unknown May 22, at PM. Unknown November 6, at AM. Anonymous March 10, at PM. Lucid dreaming July 2, at AM. Unknown February 4, at PM. Newer Post Older Post Home. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Languages Deutsch Edit links. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Namaste - Vini Vici - Future Classics Policy. Studio 13 New Orleans, Ruptured Heart Theory - EyeHateGod - Dopesick


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6 thoughts on “ Ruptured Heart Theory - EyeHateGod - Dopesick

  1. Bakazahn says:
    "Ruptured Heart Theory" is a song by Eyehategod, released as the band's first single on 7" vinyl in The song was later included on their album Dopesick, and the song and both its B-sides appeared as bonus tracks on the Century Media reissue of Eyehategod's preceding second album, Take as Needed for Pain (during the recording sessions for which, these Genre: Sludge metal.
  2. "Ruptured Heart Theory" is the one track that shows the band at its most distraught, with its feedback-spewing guitars, crashing cymbals, anguished vocals, and absolutely crawling tempo. The rest of the album is actually somewhat diverse, at least musically if not in terms of mood.9/
  3. Fekinos says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about EyeHateGod - Ruptured Heart Theory at Discogs. Complete your EyeHateGod collection/5(23).
  4. Dopesick Purchase the album: Emetic or Mike IX or iTunes Track Listing: 1. My Name Is God (I Hate You) 2. Dogs Holy Life 3. Masters Of Legalized Confusion 4. Dixie Whiskey 5. Ruptured Heart Theory 6. Non Conductive Negative Reasoning 7. Lack Of Almost Everything 8. Zero Nowhere 9. Methamphetamine Peace Thru War (Thru Peace And War)
  5. Oct 04,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about EyeHateGod - Dopesick at Discogs. Complete your EyeHateGod collection/5().
  6. Samukora says:
    Oct 08,  · Eyehategod is so merciless with their audible limits, they make The Melvins sound like Electric Light Orchestra. They always manage to stay heavy, even when they never move above mid-tempo. I'm not too familiar with the "sludge" metal genre out of the South, but Eyehategod have become my heroes/5(20).

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