Eyehategod Announce New Album 'A History of Nomadic Behavior'

It's their first new full-length in seven years
Eyehategod Announce New Album 'A History of Nomadic Behavior'
Seven years removed from sharing their self-titled fifth studio album, Eyehategod have announced plans for a follow-up.

The New Orleans outfit will release A History of Nomadic Behavior in the spring of 2021 through Century Media. While a tracklist and concrete release date were not revealed, the album's artwork can be found above.

For Eyehategod, the new album marks a return to the label they began their career with.

"While Century Media has worked with the guys in the past, we're excited to begin a new chapter with a record that easily ranks amongst this hard-working, heavy-touring band's best," Century Media director Phillipp Schulte shared in a statement.

Last year, Eyehategod drummer Aaron Hill was stabbed and robbed ahead of a performance in Mexico.