Dead Low Tide

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Dead Low Tide
OriginSeattle
GenresGarage rock
Years active2001–2003
LabelsTiger Style Records
Associated actsThe Murder City Devils
godheadSilo
Smoke and Smoke
Enemymine
Past membersSpencer Moody
Nate Manny
Mike Kunka
Coady Willis

Dead Low Tide was a short-lived rock band from Seattle, Washington. It featured singer Spencer Moody, guitarist Nate Manny, bassist Mike Kunka, and drummer Coady Willis.

History[edit]

After the breakup of the Murder City Devils in 2001, ex-members Moody, Manny, and Willis began to work on a new project, along with ex-godheadSilo bassist Kunka. In 2002 they put out a self-released debut EP, and embarked on a U.S. tour with the Melvins. That same year they began recording their eponymously titled, full-length album, which was not released until after the band's breakup in 2003.

Discography[edit]

Dead Low Tide
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Studio album by
Dead Low Tide
ReleasedOctober 7, 2003
Recorded2002 - 2003
GenreRock
Length41:00
LabelTiger Style Records

Albums[edit]

  • Dead Low Tide (Tiger Style Records CD/LP, 2003)
    1. Barrel Vault
    2. White Flag
    3. Navy Buttons
    4. Blues Come Easy
    5. Ill Eagle
    6. Lazer Lazer Lazer Love
    7. Purple Crimson and Lavender
    8. Don't Mind If I Do
    9. Sideways Machine
    10. Shake and Slide

Singles and EPs[edit]

  • "Lazer Lazer Lazer Love" (Ill Eagle 7", 2002)
  • Dead Low Tide EP (Ill Eagle CD/EP, 2002)

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