NOLA natives Eyehategod were right at home in the muggy heat of the Paradise Pool Stage at Psycho Las Vegas '18. Since I started filming for a hobby four years ago, I've had designed on capturing the legendary godfathers of southern sludge. The closest I'd come to it was during their tour with Randy Blythe, while Mike was recouping from serious health issues and a subsequent surgery. Seemed like I'd always miss the band when they'd come my way due to one reason or another. It almost didn't happen this time, either. The day they performed, I'd gone out earlier and underestimated the Vegas heat, leading to some pretty serious heat exhaustion that had me taking it easy in my hotel room for most of the afternoon. Thankfully, I felt just perky enough to get my ass down there and see the set. Of course, by that time, any advantageous filming location had been taken, so I ended up getting as close to the stage and doing some pretty ridiculous things physically to get the shots I did. By the end of the set, my hand was completely numb and it took me half an hour to wake it up again. Here are a few of the songs I captured! I'll probably post more on my other channel: http://youtube.com/user/cra...
Filmed by Billy Goate, Editor in Chief of Doomed & Stoned (www.DoomedandStoned.com).
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