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Liz claims her next victim.
|Birth Name||Elizabeth Buckingham|
|Genres||Sludge Metal, Doom Metal, Stoner Metal|
|Years active||1990 - Present|
|Labels||Southern Lord Records, Rise Above Records, The Music Cartel, Spinefarm Records, Game Two|
|Associated acts||13, Never, Sourvein, Electric Wizard|
Liz Buckingham is a guitarist originating from New York City, currently residing in England. Active as a musician since 1992, she has been known as a sludge guitarist with 13 and Sourvein but is best known as one of the guitarists for Electric Wizard since 2004.
Never and 13 (1990 - 1996)Edit
Buckingham's musical beginnings started with a band featuring vocalist Alicia Morgan known as Thunderpussy 13, a mostly-female sludge band playing around the New York area though they'd soon change their name to 13.
Around some time in 1992 or 1993, Morgan and Buckingham collaborated with Eyehategod members Mike Williams, Jimmy Bower, Joe LaCaze and Marc Schultz to form Never. This one-off project would record two songs but only one song was ever released on the "Luxuria" compilation.
Sourvein (1998 - 2003)Edit
Electric Wizard (2004 - Present)Edit
Buckingham was born in New York City but moved to England in the early 2000s. She is currently married to Electric Wizard guitarist Jus Oborn.
- Never - Guitars (1992 - 1993)
- 13 - Guitars (1990 - 1996)
- Sourvein - Guitars (1998 - 2003)
- Electric Wizard - Guitars (2004 - Present)
- Demo #1 (1992)
- Demo #2 (1992)
- Hollow / Bound (1993)
- Grief / 13 (Split with Grief) (1993)
- Whore / Untitled (Split with Eyehategod (1994)
- Wrong / Southern Discomfort (Split with Eyehategod) (1995)
- He's No Good To Me Dead - 74 Minutes of Extreme Pain (With Grief, Bongzilla, Negative Reaction and Subsanity) (1999)
- Sourvein (2000)
- Will To Mangle (2002)
- Sourvein / Rabies Caste (Split With Rabies Caste) (2005, recorded 2002)
With Electric WizardEdit
- We Live (2004)
- Radio Session 1/05 (2006)
- Witchcult Today (2007)
- Electric Wizard / Reverend Bizarre (Split with Reverend Bizarre) (2006)
- The Processean (2008)
- Black Masses (2010)
- Legalise Drugs & Murder (2012)
- Time To Die (2014)