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EyeHateGod - In The Name Of Suffering FLAC

EyeHateGod - In The Name Of Suffering FLAC Performer: EyeHateGod
Title: In The Name Of Suffering
Style: Sludge Metal
Label: Century Media
# Cat: 7738-2
Country: US
FLAC album: 2526 mb
MP3 album: 2334 mb
Rating: 4.7
Genre: Rock


2Hostility Dose2:43
4Man Is Too Ignorant To Exist2:37
6Hit A Girl4:20
7Run It Into The Ground3:10
8Children Of God3:10
10Left To Starve3:09


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SPASM 3, SPASM THREEEyeHateGod In The Name Of Suffering ‎(LP, Album)Intellectual Convulsion, Intellectual ConvulsionSPASM 3, SPASM THREEFrance1990
EME031EyeHateGod In The Name Of Suffering ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)Emetic RecordsEME031US2008
noneEyeHateGod In The Name Of Suffering ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Gre)Emetic RecordsnoneUS2004
60-9738-4EyeHateGod In The Name Of Suffering ‎(Cass, Album)Century Media60-9738-4Germany1992
77-9738-2EyeHateGod In The Name Of Suffering ‎(CD, Album, RE)Century Media77-9738-2Europe1992


  • BassSteve
  • DrumsJoey
  • GuitarJimmy, Marc
  • Lyrics ByMichael Williams
  • Music ByJames Bower, Joseph Lacaze, Mark Schultz, Steve Dale
  • VocalsMike


  • Barcode: 727701773827
  • Matrix / Runout: MFG BY CREST NATIONAL - CA 14968 1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LF72
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI U8A0


  • Manufactured By – Crest National – 14968
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Magic Arts
  • Copyright (c) – Century Media


Comments: (2)
My copy matches everything in this listing (record company, year of release, catalog number, barcode) except for matrix/run-out which is "Mastered by Nimbus 7738-2". Just wondering if anyone else has one like this or some info. No other listing has this matrix. Thanks.
"Vietnam!" This is most likely one of the best albums ever recorded. By far one of the definitive albums of the sludge metal genre; Eyehategod take Black Sabbath type stoner riffs to the ultimate extreme by slowing them down, carelessly(fully?) fucking them up, and fusing them with Black Flag / Discharge hardcore-punk attitude and one-note solos. Id est, totally hideous, fucked up, disgusting, and beautiful simultaneously. This is without debate Eyehategod's most raw album, and therefore in my opinion their best. Only the "Southern Discomfort" demos can rival the disgusting sickness of this album, and even then it's a different beast: not as raw, not as viral. Early Eyehategod is essential. The negative aspect of human existence encapsulated within music. "The only thing that makes reality is death. And then they hang it on a cross and kneel down and pray to it."