Killdozer was formed in 1983 in Madison, Wisconsin by singer-songwriter Michael Gerald and the brothers Bill and Dan Hobson. Within a year they had released their debut album, "Intellectuals Are the Shoeshine Boys of the Ruling Elite". The band split in 1990 but reformed in 1993, losing guitarist Bill Hobson and gaining Paul Zagoras, and continued until they split up in 1996. Killdozer was notable for its slow, grinding song structures and blackly, humorous lyrics. Killdozer is regarded to have set the foundation for the popular grunge music in the early nineties, despite grunge always has linked with Seattle.
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