Eyehategod - In The Name Of Suffering


7.5 | 29 votes |
Release date: 1992
Style: Doom metal, Sludge metal

Owners:

55 have it
4 want it


01. Depress
02. Man Is Too Ignorant To Exist
03. Shinobi
04. Pigs
05. Run It Into The Ground
06. Godsong
07. Children Of God
08. Left To Starve
09. Hostility Dose
10. Hit A Girl
11. Left To Starve [demo][re-issue bonus]
12. Hit A Girl [demo][re-issue bonus]
13. Depress [demo][re-issue bonus]
14. Children Of God [demo][re-issue bonus]

Guest review by
Mr. Doctor
Rating:
7.8
One of my favorite child memories is from when I was 7 years old. I didn't want to sleep so I just watched TV. I saw a sex scene, it was kind of hot but the best part was when Jason came out of nowhere and pierced the lovers with some sort of spear, now that was hot...
That's the first thing I thought when I listened to Eyehategod's debut, In The Name Of Suffering. To understand what I'm saying you just need to listen to the song "Depress": The bass is fat, sexy yet very morbid. I can feel the naughty sexiness of that amateur scene but at the same time get the great feeling of the killing... The nice ol' killing.

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published 21.01.2010 | Comments (7)


Comments

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02.12.2017 - 15:55
VIG
Esoteric Zachism
Almost as good as Take As Needed For Pain. It comes really close imo.
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02.12.2017 - 16:54
Mr. Doctor
Skandino
Written by VIG on 02.12.2017 at 15:55
Almost as good as Take As Needed For Pain. It comes really close imo.

I think it's a bit too raw production-wise and less focused but at its' best it does come real close to the sophomore album. I understand and agree with Mike when he says in the liner notes of "Take As..." that it was with their sophomore that they achieved the sound the wanted to produce from the very beginning.

But yeah man, beast of an album. Also my very first review <3
Man the memories, the bass line on Depress is one of the very first I learned as well.
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Written by BloodTears on 19.08.2011 at 18:29
Like you could kiss my ass
Written by Milena on 20.06.2012 at 10:49
Rod, let me love you.
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02.12.2017 - 17:10
VIG
Esoteric Zachism
Written by Mr. Doctor on 02.12.2017 at 16:54
But yeah man, beast of an album. Also my very first review <3
Man the memories, the bass line on Depress is one of the very first I learned as well.

Its a great bassline, and your review was awesome, especially for your first.
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