Tag Archives: Mike Williams

Eyehategod finally finish recording fifth album

Posted by on February 26, 2014

The last time New Orleans sludge masters Eyehategod released an album, Bill Clinton was still in office, the Twin Towers stood, and the band’s hometown of New Orleans wouldn’t be devastated by hurricane Katrina for another five years. It’s been since 2000 since Confederacy of Ruined Lives came out and since then, the band’s toured sporadically, […]

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Top 10s of the year from Broken Hope, Eyehategod, Fear Factory, Armed for Apocalypse and more

Posted by on December 6, 2013

As 2013 ticks down, it’s time for everyone to take stock of what they’ve been listening to for last 11 months or so. Metal Insider and its contributors will start releasing it’s contributors’ lists starting later today, but we’ve also gotten lists from some of the artists themselves. In the latest installment, members of Eyehategodand, Fear Factory, […]

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Eyehategod To Appear On HBO’s ‘Treme,’ Seeking Fans As Extras

Posted by on February 13, 2012

Treme is an HBO drama that chronicles the stories of New Orleans residents as they try to rebuild their lives following Hurricane Katrina. That’s why it’s fitting and pretty ballsy for such show to feature a cameo by Eyehategod. Indeed it’s true, as Eyehategod have confirmed that they will be appearing on a future episode […]

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Tombs’ Mike Hill Interviews T-Shirt Company Shirts And Destroy’s Ryan Begley

Posted by on February 7, 2012

Mike Hill is likely best known as the singer and guitarist of the band Tombs. However, Hill will also be contributing to Metal Insider, starting with this interview with Ryan Begley, co-founder of art and music collective Shirts and Destroy: There has always been a strong connection between art and music. I think back to bands […]

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Philip Anselmo Rehearsing With Solo Band

Posted by on January 20, 2012

When we had the chance to speak with him back in 2010, Philip Anselmo revealed that he was in the early stages of putting together a solo project. Since then, though, the former Pantera singer hasn’t talked much about his solo plans. And rightfully so, as he’s be rather busy with Down and other projects […]

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Phil Anselmo On Housecore, Solo Material And The Oil Spill

Posted by on June 11, 2010

From the time when Pantera first burst onto the scene with their major label debut in 1990, Phil Anselmo has made a name for himself. The outspoken frontman has played in several bands during and since Pantera’s breakup, including Down, Superjoint Ritual and Arson Anthem. He’s also formed his own label, Housecore Records. We caught […]

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