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Weedeater (band)

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Weedeater (band)

Origin Wilmington, North Carolina, United States
Genres Stoner metal
Sludge metal
Years active 1997 - present
Labels Berserker Records
Crucial Blast Records
Southern Lord Records
Associated acts Bongzilla
Website MySpace Page
Members "Dixie" Dave Collins
Dave Shepherd
Travis Owen

Weedeater is a sludge metal band formed in Wilmington, North Carolina in 1997 with members from the recently defunct Buzzov•en. The band has released four full length albums. In April 2007, the band signed on to the Southern Lord record label.

In January 2010, vocalist "Dixie" Dave Collins lost his big toe in an accident involving his "favorite shotgun", causing the recording of their fourth album to stall.[1]


Band members


External links

  • MySpace Page
  • Official Website

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