Weedeater was created the mid-’90s, in Wilmington, NC, originally taking form as a aspect task of vocalist/bassist “Dixie” Dave Collins, who was simply otherwise engaged with sludge steel cult favorites Buzzov*en at that time. Nevertheless, upon that band’s formal demise in 1998, Collins was absolve to focus his initiatives on Weedeater, which released two sludgecore albums to start the brand new millennium: 2001’s And Justice for Y’All and 2002’s Sixteen Loads, both made by stoner expert Billy Anderson. Collins afterwards made a decision to tour briefly as bass participant for Bongzilla and in addition found time and energy to provide his four strings to Wilmington neighbours, Sourvein, but continuing to utilize Weedeater guitarist Shep and drummer Keko, touring relentlessly over time, with famous brands C.O.C. and Alabama Thunderpussy. Busy simply because he was, Collins and co. finally got around to documenting their third long-player, God Good luck and Great Speed, that was discharge through Southern Lord in 2007.