RIYL: FUZZ, Ty, Meatbodies
Label: Mock Records
Burger Records quietly released a cassette from a trio last year known as Walter. ¬†An unassuming name, yes. ¬†This ain’t no Walter Cronkite noise, though. ¬†This is a Walter Sobchak wielding a pistol in one hand and a suitcase full of dirty underwear in the other. ¬†All those other bands? ¬†Amateurs.
Expect a nearly lethal dose of guitar offensive fleeced with all of your favorite f words. ¬†Fuzz and feedback, for fuck’s sake, from the likes of¬†‘Righteous’ Ross Chait and ‘Monster Minx’ Misha Lindes. ¬†Combine that with a vocal pummeling from Meatbodies’ Patrick Noland (whose delivery stands up to¬†Ty Segall’s snarling falsetto) and you’ve got yourselves a cocksure formula that’s heady enough for your brain stem and raunchy enough for your crotch cavities.
$40 is a hefty bit of coin, but there are only 25 of these. ¬†Get Well Soon¬†stands¬†comfortably among its proto-metal peers and would sit beautifully in your vinyl shelf next to your FUZZ, Meatbodies¬†and¬†Ty albums. ¬†Smash your buy button or wallow in tear-soaked regret for the rest of your lives.
If you miss out or just can’t spend that kind of money, fear not. ¬†Keep your eyes peeled for the regular limited color vinyl of the album¬†coming in the next few weeks.
CASSETTE RELEASED ON BURGER RECORDS NOW AVAILABLE ON VINYL! PATRICK NOLAN (MEATBODIES), MISHA LINDS (SAD GIRL), & ROSS CHAIT BRING YOU THE DEBUT LP OF WALTER. A FUZZED OUT MASTERPEICE RECORDED, ENGINEERED, AND MIXED BY GREG HARTOUNIAN.
LIMITED TO 25 COPIES
HAND STAMPED AND NUMBERED
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive