Genres: Pop / Rock
Tags: noise rock post-punk punk post-hardcore alternative Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades: 1980s 1990s
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Killdozer were formed in Madison, Wisconsin, USA, and the music of the area was regularly celebrated in their primal country blues. The original line-up featured Michael Gerald (bass, vocals), plus the brothers Dan (guitar) and Bill Hobson (drums). From their formation, the trio released a steady stream of albums that often highlighted their distaste at what they saw as the social and political malaise of their native country. They were just as likely to turn the spotlight on small-town weirdness, however, or their singer’s rampant confusion about the state of the world. In a respite from this angst, For Ladies Only was a project dedicated to cover versions of classic songs of the 70s, including ‘One Tin Soldier’ and ‘Good Lovin’ Gone Bad’. Guitarist Paul Zagoras was recruited during the 90s in place of Bill Hobson, during which time Killdozer’s formidable output was restrained somewhat due to Gerald sitting accountancy exams (he...

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