Formerly referred to as the Sloppy Meateaters, Beneath the Weather can be an alternative pop/rock outfit such as blink-182, Fenix TX, and Green Day. Officially, the name Sloppy Meateaters was place to rest in 2002, when business lead vocalist Josh Chambers, aka Sloppy Josh, began phoning his Rome, GA-based group Beneath the Weather. However the Sloppy Meateaters and Beneath the Climate are basically the same music group — and although the latter’s function continues to be more refined and, sometimes, slightly heavier, Beneath the Weather was not a radical departure from your Meateaters. The music group has continuing to favour the mixture of punk-pop energy and confessional, introspective lyrics that emo (or emocore) is well known for. The initial Sloppy Meateaters lineup dates back to June 1999, when Chambers installed with drummer Kevin Highfield, aka Sloppy Kevin. Initially, Chambers and Highfield performed together like a duo; with Chambers on business lead vocals, acoustic guitar, and bass and Highfield on drums, the Sloppy Meateaters documented their debut recording, Shameless Self-Promotion, in Oct 1999. The group didn’t possess a full-time bassist until Travis Gerke, aka Sloppy Travis, arrived up to speed in 2000; Gerke, who performed live with the the Meateaters but by no means actually recorded using the music group, was later changed by John Elwell, aka Sloppy John. Through the winter season of 2000/2001, the Chambers/Highfield/Elwell lineup documented the next Sloppy Meateaters record, Forbidden Meats, for California’s indie Orange Peal label (which acquired re-released Shameless Self-Promotion and provided the disk better distribution). Orange Peal released Forbidden Meats in June 2001, which CD ended up being their final documenting because the Sloppy Meateaters. In 2002, Highfield announced that he was departing. After Highfield’s departure, the music group no longer sensed just like the Sloppy Meateaters to Chambers — therefore Chambers made a decision to assemble a fresh lineup and contact it Beneath the Weather, however the band’s agreement with Orange Peal continued to be. Chambers, opting to advertise Under the Climate as a fresh music group, continuing to sing business lead and play tempo guitar; Elwell turned to business lead electric guitar and drums, while Chicago indigenous Will Tallman was employed to try out bass and offer history vocals. In November 2002, Beneath the Climate began documenting a self-titled EP for Orange Peal, which released the six-song disk in 2003. Touring drummer Lee Howell also became a member of on. By summertime 2004, the Sloppy Meateaters acquired re-formed and Beneath the Weather retired.