In just few shirt weeks, the UK’s premier celebration of all things stoner, space, doom and – of course desert rock will be taking place here in London – in case you’re too stoned to have noticed the logo above, we’re talking about DesertFest 2014.
There are two artists called Weedeater;
1) Weedeater are a stoner metal band formed in Wilmington, North Carolina in 1998. The group's most recent album, Goliathan, was released on May 19, 2015.
The band formed in 1998 and was initially planned to be the side-project of Dave "Dixie" Collins, the band's vocalist and bassist who was occupied with his primary project Buzzov*en, however the band disbanded the same year so decided to concentrate his efforts on Weedeater and made it his new primary project Read more on Last.fm
Weedeater on Thrash Hits
March 17th, 2011
21 March 2011
by Amit Sharma
You always know what you’re going to get with a band like Weedeater. The’re no dodgy MTV Unplugged records, or band members quitting to go find themselves or the big man upstairs. No, with Weedeater you get headlines like ‘Frontman Accidentally Blows Off Own Toe Whilst Cleaning Out Favourite Shotgun’. And that there’s the pure essence of what makes this sludge metal power trio tick.
June 22nd, 2010
Sometimes, just sometimes, a gig comes together with a line-up that’s so bang on with what yanks your crank that it makes you question why other gigs can’t be so goo. Then sometimes, just sometimes, stupid work commitments pop-up, and you end up missing Weedeater, Saviours, Black Cobra and Pombagira tearing it up in a tiny sweatbox basement just down the road.
It’s enough to make a man weep.
June 16th, 2010
Alright you lot, while we’re still tits deep in post-Download Festival video editing, the world of metal hasn’t stopped – tomorrow night sees the quite frankly awesome line-up of Weedeater, Saviours, Black Cobra and Pombagira playing the Underworld in Camden. And we’ve still got a pair of tickets to give away.
June 9th, 2010
Okay, so we know that a big chunk of the UK metal community is about to decamp to Castle Donington for a weekend of metal carnage at Download Festival, and will prbably spend most of next week in a post-booze haze of poverty and regret. Which is a) all the more reason to keep on partying through the pain, and b) save money while you do so by winning a pair of tickets to catch Weedeater and Saviours when they play in London next week. Oh yes.