First cultivated in Washington D.C., WEIRD WAR was originally conceived as an umbrella organisation, consolidating disparate radical elements into one potent and possibly dangerous product. From these bold experimental origins, WEIRD WAR has been streamlined into a fierce and singular fighting unit.
You know, 2004 may turn out to be the year of Weird War too. I know, everybody probably thinks that 2003 was the year of the weird war in Iraq and the weird war on the streets of Jerusalem, and the weird war in Afghanistan, and all over Africa and in the streets of America too — and everybody's not wrong — but I’m talking about something bigger when I say 2004 is the year of Weird War: I’m talking about a band. Does anyone remember believing in a band? It’s been a long time, but Weird War want your allegiance with them as they commence another year in the trenches. Their ammo? A freshly developed weapon called If You Can’t Beat ‘Em, Bite ‘Em. This album is an all-weather vehicle designed to rock your mortal soul, stick in your ever-lovin’ brain and provide you with a soundtrack to your lifetime of servitude. But who you serve is a question that Weird War are prepared to phrase in a non-hypothetical sentence. The answer, my dear young friends, is up to y’all.
Weird War LP/cd album 2002
I Suck on That Emotion LP/cd album 2003 Released under band name Scene Creamers
'AK-47' bw 'Luv Wuz' 7" 2003 Released under name Scene Creamers
If You Can't Beat 'em, Bite 'em forthcoming album 2004...