Killdozer - Twelve Point Buck 12"
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Killdozer was notable for its slow, grinding song structures and blackly humorous lyrics, growled ominously by singer/guitarist Michael Gerald at the top of his lungs. Many of their songs were disturbing narratives of small-town life gone awry, and later had a jaded, left wing political perspective. Killdozer is regarded by many to have helped set the foundation for grunge music, despite that genre's association with the city of Seattle. Twelve Point Buck was the album that brought Butch Vig to the attention of Kurt Cobain and Billy Corgan.