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Dopesick continues Eyehategod's tradition of making hateful and painful music.
Tracks 7-9 are outtakes from the original Dopesick sessions.
The new edition included three bonus tracks recorded during the original Dopesick recording sessions.
For the recording of Dopesick, Eyehategod's third album, Williams went through several issues.
Dopesick is the third studio album by the American sludge metal band Eyehategod, released on April 2, 1996.
The album was a much more polished, sober affair, and so sounded distinctly more like a sequel to Take as Needed for Pain than Dopesick.
It was reissued in 2006 as part of Century Media's 20th Anniversary series with three bonus tracks that were recorded during the original Dopesick recording sessions.
The current lineup is due to start recording several new tracks including "Dopesick", rumoured to be a sad legacy of Duane and Randy's lifelong battles with addiction to various substances.
Dopesick sounds slightly different from the band's previous records because it was produced to sound denser and heavier; with the drums more up front in the mix and the guitars sounding especially thick.
In Summer 2015, The Etherealist asked In2ition to become his label partner and Murder on the Dancefloor Records was rebranded as Dopesick Records, an exclusively Hip-Hop label.
Eventually, in 2000, the band reconvened (again with a new bassist, this time Daniel Nick) to compile their various Take as Needed for Pain and Dopesick era singles, seven inches and split records into one record, Southern Discomfort.
"After the release of Take as Needed for Pain, Eyehategod's previous album, the band recorded several demos, which were released on various 7" records and splits on various labels, before finally settling down in autumn of 1995 to record a full length record, Dopesick.
The band had been recording several demos, which were released on various seven-inch records and splits on various labels, but finally in 1996 settled down to record a full length record, with Pepper Keenan of Corrosion of Conformity as producer, and new bassist Vince LeBlanc, which would be named Dopesick.
Dope Sick is the debut solo album by Canadian rapper Madchild.
With no music, and no narration, Dope Sick Love is cinema verite at its rawest and most pure form.
After the band disbanded, Billy Mayer went on to form many band projects; the techno progressive Dope Sick, Southern Rock group Soul Pride, and as of 2015, Brothers and Wine.