Killdozer - Twelve Point Buck

There used to be a wonderful music paper called Sounds, that became my bible. They were doing a series of 7"s that were taped to the front and on the third, came New Pants And Shirt. It stood out like a broken thumb and blew me away. I jumped on the bus and went and bought this album on the strength of it. A short time later they were playing the Boardwalk and I managed to convince a bunch of friends that it would be a pleasant night out. Live, Killdozer were awesome and pummeled the audience into the floor. One of my friends left halfway through the first song, one vomited halfway through the second song (due to the visceral bass and drum counter punch), one looked like he'd been nailed to the back wall and I don't think he's spoken to me since, one sat in a corner rocking backwards and forwards and one fell asleep (!?!). I loved it!

Welcome to the world of Wisconsin's favourite cow killers: Dan Hobson on drums, Bill Hobson on guitar and Michael Gerald on bass and strangled vocals.

LP released on Touch And Go in 1989.

Twelve Point Buck


Bill 27 August 2017 at 01:27  

A stone cold classic, this.

Jonny Zchivago 27 August 2017 at 15:03  

Fantastic,proper music this.
"L'il Baby Buntin'" is better in my opinion.

badgerstump 27 August 2017 at 15:08  

I agree ... it's coming tomorrow.

Unknown 30 August 2017 at 13:54  

I got into Killdozer because of the exact same free 7". Seldom meet anybody who shares my love!

Unknown 30 August 2017 at 13:56  

If you could see your way to joining Temporary Fandoms (Facebook group that listens to complete discographies of selected bands) it could be the back up I need to make the much maligned Killdozer Immersion happen (I previously ran a Butthole Surfers immersion there).

badgerstump 30 August 2017 at 16:25  

Thanks for the offer but I hate facebook ... however, if anybody else wants to do the righteous thing ...