Artist Biography GZR is a band led by Black Sabbath bassist/lyricist Geezer Butler. The band has actually been marketed with three different names on the three releases they've had. In 1995, the band was marketed as g//z/r. In 1997, it was merely geezer, and in 2005, it was GZR. Most fans refer to the band as Geezer, although Butler himself refers to the band name as "gee-zed-R."
This incarnation of the band is not to be confused with Geezer's previous attempt in 1985 to form a solo band, then known as The Geezer Butler Band - the two bands are totally separate.
The band's name is derived from the name of its creator: Terence "Geezer" Butler.
Pedro Howse, the guitarist in the band, is Geezer's nephew.
Also released a song called "Outworld" (4:46) on the motion picture soundtrack "Mortal Kombat - More Kombat" in 1996 with vocals by Mario Frasca of Speed Kill Hate & Anger on Anger. The song is in the industrial metal style of the Black Science album.
A new record has been announced for 2015.
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