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Warm Bodies: Eat Snot & Rot cassette

self-released
Regular price
$3.50

Warm Bodies: Eat Snot & Rot cassette

self-released
Warm Bodies: Eat Snot & Rot cassette
Brand new tour cassette from Warm Bodies!

Our take: Latest cassette EP from this Kansas City punk phenomenon that has quickly become one of my very favorite punk bands in the world. As I noted in my description of their most recent 7” on Thrilling Living, Warm Bodies bear a striking resemblance to Sorry State’s own Davidians, something that is perhaps even more apparent on this material than it was on My Burning Love. There’s the wild-sounding tremolo effect on the guitars, the post-punk-like interplay between the guitar and the bass that’s somehow rendered at fully hardcore tempos, and the way the shouted staccato vocals seem to skip along the surface like a rock across the surface of a choppy pond… but the vibe is so utterly different. Rather than Davidians’ studied artiness, Warm Bodies sound unrestrained and wild, like a lot of the Lumpy Records and Total Punk-type bands that they’re typically associated with. In other words, Warm Bodies are a treat for both the brain and the gut in equal measure, and the ability to balance those two things so things so expertly is as rare a quality as you’re going to find in punk rock. Buy everything this band has ever done (and probably will do!), including this tape. If your musical tastes resemble mine at all, you won’t be disappointed.

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