Eyehategod’s latest album features new sounds thanks to new members and the band already has new material for a new album.
The Roman Show spoke to bassist Gary Mader about the band’s new music, touring and what’s at stake for 2022.
Earlier this year, the band dropped a new album, A History of Nomadic Behavior. Its the first album since their self titled album back in 2014.
“Around 2016, Mike (Williams) got his new liver. It was a turning point for us,” he said. “He got his new liver six months later we were on tour again. In between touring we were on the road nonstop we were back at it. We were on the road so much we couldn’t finish the record.”
The band includes Williams, Mader, Jimmy Bower and Aaron Hill.
He also touched base on the current tour and new musical sounds.
“There are some different riffs, we do what we feel like jamming,” he said. “There’s a song that has a bluesy feel cause of these cords jimmy is playing. Jimmy messed around with sounds we typically don’t use.”
Hear the complete interview, available now.