This veritably apocolyptic album features wailing guitars, tales of Underwater Crabs attempting to enslave the human race, shoe rapists, tales of sexual frustration and last but not least, Spanish transvestites.
(PRWEB) March 11, 2013
In the year of 1978, George Clinton and Frank Zappa had a love child named Joe DeVita. Ashamed of the controversy surrounding this unusual conception, both parents shipped little Joey off to Queens hoping to cleanse their hands of the whole affair.
Little did they know that one day their little bastard child would grow up to create an album morphing the hard hitting gooves of Funkadelic and the satiracle wit of Zappa.
The album in question is called "The Antihero". This veritably apocolyptic album features wailing guitars, tales of Underwater Crabs attempting to enslave the human race, shoe rapists, tales of sexual frustration and last but not least, Spanish transvestites.
As scary as this sordid amalgamation is, you must know that this is just the tip of the ice berg. We are not able to divulge all of the information in regards to this album. You will have to wait until April 29, 2013 to find out the rest. However, we can promise that you will laugh. You may cry. You make puke. You may laugh or cry while puking. You may be so out of sorts that you will eat your own puke while crying. Five years from now you may look back on yourself crying while puking and laugh. That is the power of this album.
Now. Here is what you must do. On April 29, 2013 you must visit the official Daddy Tank Records (UK) website http://www.daddytank.co.uk/. You must purchase "The Antihero" for everyone you know. You must all listen to it together because, who wants to laugh, cry, and throw up alone? Only a selfish heathen would do such a thing and we know you are not a selfish heathen so do not act like one.
For those of you who are shaking with morbid anticipation, visit Joe DeVita's official Soundcloud page to hear smatterings of the delicious eyebrow raising outer space baby making musique the is "The Antihero".