Gods of New Zealand rock music. Formed in New Zealands shithouse capital city Wellingtron in 1989, they took their name from the books of Dune where they discovered the word Jihad
(holy war). They went on to miss spell it, probably because they were drinking. Drinking is big and clever. In 2002 they were forced by the events of 911 to change their name to 'Pacifier' because crap Americans took offence to Shihad sounding like Jihad, where they should have perhaps have just taken a get hard pill. In late 2004 after their worst album and two years of torture, they changed ther name back. We love them now more than ever. Some of their best works include Screwtop, You Again, Bitter, Deb's Night Out, Home Again (widely regarded as their best song), Lala Land, Missionary, Interconnector, The General Electric, My Mind Sedate, Pacifier, Life in Cars, Sport & Religion, Comfort me, Bullitproof, and their brand new single Alive.