Acid Eater

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From 2001 Yamazaki Maso and Toda Fusao started getting support from two additional members for their Christine 23 Onna shows, allowing more room for Maso's vocals in what was at first mainly an instrumental project.
Their repertoire shifted gradually towards 60's garage, including several covers. The band became increasingly brutal - a fuzzy and organ-filled "psychedelic garage acid punk".
On April 1 2005, Christine 23 Onna officially became the four-piece Acid Eater, though some older songs are occasionally heard live.
Yamazaki does vocals, synthesizers and effects, Fusao is the guitarist, Miyaji plays organ and bass keyboards, while Akiba performs drumming duties.
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Albums

Acid Eater - Virulent Fuzz Punk A.C.I.D. album art Acid Eater Virulent Fuzz Punk A.C.I.D. (Album) Time Bomb Records (2) Japan 2007 Sell This Version
BOMBCD-96 Acid Eater - Black Fuzz On Wheels album art Acid Eater Black Fuzz On Wheels(CD, Album) Time Bomb Records (2) BOMBCD-96 Japan 2010 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

HFTG-006 Acid Eater - Dirty EP album art Acid Eater Dirty EP(7", EP, Ltd, Cle) Hello From The Gutter HFTG-006 Japan 2008 Sell This Version

Videos

none Acid Eater - Live DVD-R album art Acid Eater Live DVD-R(DVDr, DVD-V) Not On Label (Acid Eater Self-released) none Japan 2005 Sell This Version
TR-0003 Acid Eater - TRASHUP DVD Vol.3 album art Acid Eater TRASHUP DVD Vol.3(DVD, Promo) TRASH-UP!! TR-0003 Japan 2009 Sell This Version

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