Weezer will release its 13th studio album, the self-titled “Black Album,” on March 1, continuing a 25-year career that has had its share of ups and downs. The Onion looks back at the history of Weezer.
United States military occupies Japan, leading to a long-lasting cultural exchange.
Rivers Cuomo was having a rough childhood, probably.
In need of some background music for his eye-catching videos, director Spike Jonze creates the band Weezer.
Weezer’s video for “Buddy Holly” receives the highly coveted and prestigious honor of being featured on the companion CD for the Windows 95 operating system.
Record sales soar with rumors that drummer Patrick Wilson shot 2Pac.
The band waits quietly in the studio waiting for Rivers Cuomo to finish Harvard.
Weezer releases Maladroit, its fourth studio album, featuring more songs and choruses and riffs and stuff.
The “Red Album” features the band experimenting with more terrible material.
The band scraps an entire album’s worth of songs after they’re unable to decide on a color.
After many years of pulling on the single thread, the sweater from “Undone (The Sweater Song)” is finally completely destroyed.