The wait is finally over. . .
With sudden eerily surreptitious and broodingly clandestine curtain part; the all to ill gotten silence of the aforementioned gravel drawn lyrics of one “Dixie” Dave Collins are found splattered and draped across the opening bars of the comically vaudevillian funeral processional which sets the stage for the entrance of the Goliathian. The Goliathian in any context conjures up mythical proportions of monstrosity and domination beyond our personal comforts and well past the depths of our cerebral cortex; Weedeater enters with clinical precision and bludgeoning forced entry adorned with a lifetime of servitude beneath the hand of the Leviathon – “Goliathan”.
What we have come to expect arrives with unmitigated force and blunt dissection. May 19, 2015 will forever be remembered as the date the Goliathan was unleashed upon earth, like a cryptic mystical symbol of some lost Mayan Civilization, the Goliathan is vague in description but certain in it’s delivery and magnitude. Weedeater is back for more after record success with “And Justice For Y’All”, “God Luck & Good Speed”, “Jason the Dragon”, “Sixteen Tons” and now entering the sonic sludge metal temple and placing at the alter their latest offering in “Goliathan”.