NewsNovember 18, 2000 4:25 PM ET825 views

Eyehategod news and notes

According to Renegade2k, sludge-core band, Eyehategod will be releasing their first live album early next year. The album was recorded in Europe last March. The band then plans to leave Century Media Records to start their own label, Brown Gravy Records. The move will apparently afford Eyehategod more freedom to pursue their various endeavors. The group also reports that next year they will be doing a split with Soilent Green.

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The Black Dahlia Murder vocalist Trevor Strnad dies