Weedeater Tours, Supporting “God Luck and Good Speed”

While we continue to reap the bountiful harvest of high-grade response billowing in on Weedeater’s latest bongload God Luck And Good Speed, the whiskey-spittin’ doom-shittin’ crew schedule another massive session of dates on the road, and teaming up with a ton of other sickos along the way. This is not one to be missed if you’re anywhere inside the smoke circle…

10/05/07 Lenny’s Bar – Atlanta, GA w/Rwake, Total Fucking Destruction
10/06/07 The Jinx – Savannah, GA w/Rwake, Total Fucking Destruction
10/07/07 The Nick – Birmingham, AL
10/08/07 Howlin’ Wolf – New Orleans, LA
10/09/07 Rudyards – Houston, TX
10/10/07 The Mohawk – Austin, TX w/Jesu, U.S.S.A.
10/11/07 Rock Bottom Tattoo Bar – San Antonio, TX w/U.S.S.A.
10/15/07 Casbah – San Diego, CA w/U.S.S.A., Oxbow presents Love’s Holiday
10/16/07 Knitting Factory – Los Angeles, CA w/U.S.S.A., Oxbow
10/17/07 12 Galaxies – San Francisco, CA w/U.S.S.A., Oxbow
10/19/07 Dante’s – Portland, OR w/U.S.S.A., Oxbow presents Love’s Holiday, Black Elk
10/20/07 El Corazon – Seattle, WA w/U.S.S.A., Oxbow presents Love’s Holiday
10/23/07 3 Kings – Tavern Denver, CO w/U.S.S.A.
10/25/07 Turf Club – St. Paul, MN
10/26/07 The Note – Chicago, IL
10/27/07 Mac’s Bar – Lansing, MI
10/28/07 Dirty Jack’s – Cincinnati, OH
10/29/07 The End – Nashville, TN
10/31/07 Beachland – Cleveland, OH
11/01/07 Ravari Room – Columbus, OH w/Salvage
11/09/07 Volume 11 Tavern – Raleigh, NC

“Weedeater scream ‘stoned’ like you wouldn’t believe, but they do it with a syrupy conviction and some of the nastiest bass guitar fuzz this side of a crust punk show in a knife sharpening factory.” — Metal Maniacs

“Now on their third album of bluesy, Southern-fried stoner metal, they’ve poured their bile into seven original songs and one fitting Lynyrd Skynyrd cover… Having teamed with engineer extraordinaire Steve Albini, God Luck and Good Speed is Weedeater’s best album yet.” — Decibel

“There is enough plodding, molasses thick rhythms for the dedicated doomsters and plenty of quick-paced numbers and compositional variety for those with little patience for typical doom and sludge albums. At a compact 38 minutes, God Luck and Good Speed well get you drunk, dirty, stoned, and a little disoriented.” — Blabbermouth

“…once again it seems that Weedeater is only going to keep getting better and better with age. My expectations were blown to bits.” — Hellride Music

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