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Once upon a time (mid eighties - early nineties) there were three Madison bands: Killdozer, Drug Induced Nightmare #4, and the Gomers. Killdozer recorded scores of albums for Touch and Go Records, toured the planet and are to this day beloved by fans of noise rock the world over despite the fact that they split up more than a decade ago. Drug Induced Nightmare #4 released a couple of tapes, toured regionally and broke up under circumstances befitting their name. The Gomers after all these years continue to release music. They have become Madison’s official house band and host’s of a weekly show called Gomeroke where willing participants can sing along to any one of about 1,000 or so songs from their songbook. Gomeroke harkens back to the day’s when the Gomers hosted a weekly rock jam at the legendary Club de Wash which tragically burned to the ground in 1998.
It was at the rock jam that Steve Burke of the Gomers met Tim Sullivan of DIN#4 and decided to join DIN#4 as Their second guitarist. After DIN#4’s last gig at the also legendary Ocay’z corral which also burned to the ground, Tim moved to Seattle and formed the band Jump the Fence, named after the Big Boys song. They released a CD and played in and around the Seattle area for four years before dissolving into obscurity. During Tim’s absence Steve hooked up with Dan Hobson of Killdozer and began playing as a duo by the name of the Killmers. Upon Tim’s return, he and Steve began working on new material and the decision was made to join forces and bring Dan into the mix.

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  • zaakjes_

    The album Vanilla Guerilla is on Spotify. Not as good as the Redneck Rampage tracks in my opinion.

    13 Aug 2013 Reply
  • LochNess

    Those two songs come from the soundtrack for the video game Redneck Rampage.

    1 May 2009 Reply
  • the_ruthless

    Don't they have any other tracks than these two? And where may I get their album?

    5 Dec 2007 Reply

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