Limited clear and yellow colored vinyl LP pressing. God Luck And Good Speed, the critically-acclaimed third album by Cape Fear's own Weedeater, was a high-water mark for the Southern metal band. The 2007 effort saw them go from being North America's best-kept-secret, to the international heavy rock scene's favorite son. Produced by Steve Albini (Nirvana, High On Fire), God Luck And Good Speed features more than a few tracks that would go on to become staples of the band's increasingly fearsome live show. Weedeater oozes thick, incidental drones before hammering into belligerent mid-tempo thrash built primarily around metaphors involving, well, weed. More pragmatic than Sleep and more pummeling than Bongzilla, Weedeater is heavy, fluid, and direct.
Limited clear and yellow colored vinyl LP pressing. God Luck And Good Speed, the critically-acclaimed third album by Cape Fear's own Weedeater, was a high-water mark for the Southern metal band. The 2007 effort saw them go from being North America's best-kept-secret, to the international heavy rock scene's favorite son. Produced by Steve Albini (Nirvana, High On Fire), God Luck And Good Speed features more than a few tracks that would go on to become staples of the band's increasingly fearsome live show. Weedeater oozes thick, incidental drones before hammering into belligerent mid-tempo thrash built primarily around metaphors involving, well, weed. More pragmatic than Sleep and more pummeling than Bongzilla, Weedeater is heavy, fluid, and direct.
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God Luck And Good Speed (Colv) (Cvnl) (Gate) (Ltd)
Artist: Weedeater
Format: Vinyl
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Limited clear and yellow colored vinyl LP pressing. God Luck And Good Speed, the critically-acclaimed third album by Cape Fear's own Weedeater, was a high-water mark for the Southern metal band. The 2007 effort saw them go from being North America's best-kept-secret, to the international heavy rock scene's favorite son. Produced by Steve Albini (Nirvana, High On Fire), God Luck And Good Speed features more than a few tracks that would go on to become staples of the band's increasingly fearsome live show. Weedeater oozes thick, incidental drones before hammering into belligerent mid-tempo thrash built primarily around metaphors involving, well, weed. More pragmatic than Sleep and more pummeling than Bongzilla, Weedeater is heavy, fluid, and direct.