God Luck And Good Speed, the critically-acclaimed third album by Cape Fear's own Weedeater, was a high-water mark for the Southern metal band. The 2007 effort saw them go from being North America's best-kept-secret, to the international heavy rock scene's favorite son. Produced by Steve Albini (Nirvana, High On Fire), God Luck And Good Speed features more than a few tracks that would go on to become staples of the band's increasingly fearsome live show. Weedeater oozes thick, incidental drones before hammering into belligerent mid-tempo thrash built primarily around metaphors involving, well, weed. More pragmatic than Sleep and more pummeling than Bongzilla, Weedeater is heavy, fluid, and direct.