Hear Full of Hell Guitarist Channel Melvins, Unsane on Eye Flys’ Gnarly New Song “Guillotine”

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Named after a Melvins song (the lead cut off 1987’s Gluey Porch Treatments) and featuring members of Full of Hell, Backslider and Triac, ferocious noise-rock crew Eye Flys made waves with 2019 debut EP, Context. Now, they’re back with its full-length follow-up, the even denser and more abrasive Tub of Lard, which is due out March 20th via Thrill Jockey Records. Ahead of the big release date, the quartet — singer-guitarist Jake Smith, guitarist Spencer Hazard, bassist Kevin Bernstein and drummer Patrick Forrest — have dropped new song “Guillotine,” a no-holds-barred rager aimed squarely at the world’s one-percenters.

Smith says of the single, “Whether you’re an anti-capitalist or not — I am — I think it should be pretty well understood that poverty and wealth inequalities are directly connected to the disgusting and unethical hoarding of wealth by the one-percent. A crime so damaging to millions of lives, that I do in fact think we would be better off without these folks.” Stream it — and check out the band’s upcoming itinerary — below.

Eye Flys European tour dates with Full of Hell and Primitive Man:
Mar. 29 – Berlin, DE – Bi Nuu
Mar. 30 – Wroclaw, PL – CRK
Mar. 31 – Prague, CZ – Underdogs
Apr. 01 – Kosice, SK – Collosseum
Apr. 02 – Budapest, HU – Dürer Kert
Apr. 03 – Bologna, IT – Freakout Club
Apr. 04 – Milan, IT – Grinder Festival
Apr. 05 – Stuttgart, DE – Juha West
Apr. 06 – Bochum, DE – Die Trompete
Apr. 07 – Brussels, BE – Magasin 4
Apr. 08 – Lincoln, UK – Jolly Brewer
Apr. 09 – Newcastle, UK – Cluny 2
Apr. 10 – Glasgow, UK – Stereo
Apr. 11 – Dublin, IR – Grand Social
Apr. 12 – Limerick, IR – Siege of Limerick
Apr. 13 – Manchester, UK – Broad Shed
Apr. 14 – Bristol, UK – Exchange
Apr. 15 – London, UK – Scala
Apr. 16-19 – Tilburg, NL – Roadburn Festival