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Acid Eater

Acid Eater

Acid Eater


Sometime in 2001, Yamazaki Maso (better known to the who's-at-home as Masonna) and Toda Fusao (from Angel'in Heavy Syrup) started getting support from two additional players 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, organ-filled "psychedelic garage acid punk". Read more on Last.fm
Sometime in 2001, Yamazaki Maso (better known to the who's-at-home as Masonna) and Toda Fusao (from Angel'in Heavy Syrup) started getting support from two additional players 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, organ-filled "psychedelic garage acid punk". On April 1, 2005, Christine 23 Onna officially became the four-piece Acid Eater, though some older songs were occasionally heard live.

(They even performed at least one "reunion" show under the C23O name in 2008.) Maso provided vocals, synthesizers and effects, Fusao was the guitarist, Kensaku Miyaji played organ and bass keyboards, while Akiba handled drumming duties. Their last shows seem to have been in the first half of 2010; following Miyaji's departure from Osaka around that time, the band promptly stopped playing. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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