Having personally never experienced an EyeHateGod show before, there was an element of the unexpected about tonight’s show in Dublin. From a studio recording perspective, it’s clear they have been a heavy influence on a lot of contemporary acts doing the rounds at the moment, with a chaotic, almost groove/hardcore feel to their music.
It’s been dead forever. But just different aspects of it. If you go to a heavy metal con, festival or something, it’s not dead. But I think what this says is that the spirit of rock is dead and in essence it’s right. It’s been dead for years. But that doesn’t mean I have to be dead, you know? For some it’s easy to say, but for the rest of us rock lives