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Weedeater Announces US Tour Dates

North Carolina sludge metal band WEEDEATER has announced a string of Midwestern and Southeastern US tour dates for late January into early February. Two of the dates will feature the band's stripped-down, acoustic, two-piece bass and banjo persona, known as BARSTUL, supporting Nick Oliveri (Queens of the Stone Age). The confirmed dates are listed below, and as always with this band, more dates are to be announced shortly.

WEEDEATER will enter Steve Albini's Electric Audio studio in Chicago this month to being tracking their next full-length record for Southern Lord Records, due out later this year.

Weedeater US tour dates are as follows:

1/23/2010 The Triple - Richmond, VA w/ US Christmas, Battlemaster
1/24/2010 The Milestone - Charlotte, NC
1/25/2010 The Muse - Nashville, TN
2/01/2010 Double Door - Chicago, IL [Barstul show] w/ Nick Oliveri
2/02/2010 Carabar - Columbus, OH
2/03/2010 Southgate House (parlour) - Newport, KY [Barstul show] w/ Nick Oliveri
2/04/2010 V Club - Huntington, WV
2/05/2010 The Hideaway - Johnson City, TN
2/06/2010 Static Age - Asheville, NC

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1. brandedcfh420 writes:

Im gonna try my best to make the show in charlotte!!

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2. fireflyz writes:

Thats so sweet. too bad I missed weedeater in St. Louis this summer. :( The KY show sounds really cool.

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