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The Eradicator - Squash Punk Band

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WHO AM I?

ORIGIN

The Kids in the Hall is a Canadian sketch comedy troupe formed in 1984, consisting of comedians Dave Foley, Kevin McDonald, Bruce McCulloch, Mark McKinney, and Scott Thompson. Their eponymous television show ran from 1989 to 1995 on CBC in Canada, and CBS, HBO, and Comedy Central in the United States.

THE ERADICATOR was featured in the first episode of Kids in the Hall and centers around a mysterious squash-obsessed agitator, who was created and played by Bruce McCulloch in 1989, during the show's very first season. Maniacally focused on climbing the "D squash ladder" at his local athletic club, the self-anointed Eradicator taunts and heckles his upcoming opponents from under cover of a not-quite-intimidating ski mask, at one point crashing a business meeting in full regalia. He sleeps overnight on the court before a match to "get a feel" for it, and he even showers in his disguise—only the man who vanquishes him has the right to unmask him.

 
 

PRESENT DAY

THE ERADICATOR is a Chicago/Milwaukee based aggressive punk band & solo artist, which is based on an absurdist expansion of the classic Kids in the Hall sketch of the same name where a masked squash player attempts to terrorize his opponents in an athletic club squash league.

Sometimes appearing solo and other times backed by a revolving cast, the band is always brash yet melodic as its front man screams his way through catchy songs about squash - the ONLY acceptable racket sport in existence.