Weedeater

Weedeater was born the mid-'90s, in Wilmington, NC, originally taking shape as a side project of vocalist/bassist "Dixie" Dave Collins, who was otherwise engaged with sludge metal cult favorites Buzzov*en at the time. However, upon that band's official demise in 1998, Collins was free to concentrate his efforts on Weedeater, which released two sludgecore albums to kick off the new millennium: 2001's And Justice for Y'All and 2002's Sixteen Tons, both produced by stoner specialist Billy Anderson. Collins later decided to tour briefly as bass player for Bongzilla and also found time to lend his four strings to Wilmington neighbors, Sourvein, but continued to work with Weedeater guitarist Shep and drummer Keko, touring relentlessly over the years, with the likes of C.O.C. and Alabama Thunderpussy. Busy as he was, Collins and co. finally got around to recording their third long-player, God Luck and Good Speed, which was released through Southern Lord in 2007.

From Kitchener, Ontario

United States West Coast thrashers Zeke establishes a nasty disposition while cutting teeth on their own brash hardcore punk. A foursome since 1993, Zeke has released a handful of EPs and full-lengths through Wrecking Ball Records and IFA Records, but inked a deal with Epitaph in 1998 and Relapse Records in 2003. Zeke has had a broad career playing with many bands such as Pearl Jam, Iron Maiden, Korn, Slipknot, Suicidal Tendencies, The Misfits, The Dammed and The Supersuckers to name a few. Zeke has also played everything from stadiums with 50.000 people, to bars with 10 people, but the spirit has remained the same, rock like this might be the last show ever. Zeke as a band plans on delivering what one might expect, a very fast, live, prolific, punk rock show that leaves you salivating for more. The band has been recording a new album in 2016 and announced an European tour for summer 2017.
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$18.00 - $23.00

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