Brian Sullivan of Mouthus preps solo release under new United Waters moniker

Brian Sullivan of Mouthus preps solo release under new United Waters moniker

For all you filthy skeezeballs who claim to get some sort of enjoyment out of Brooklyn’s resident masters of the pummel (Mouthus), well, we got a fresh one for you right here. The band’s guitar punisher Brian Sullivan is planning some sort of solo excursion for the near future under the name United Waters (notable since he’s already had an outlet for solo work as Eskimo King), and said wanderings within the dense murky waters of pop music (!) will be titled Your First Ever River.

Pete Nolan’s label Arbitrary Signs will be packing up this release on vinyl. Apparently, Sullivan’s been chipping away at the sonics for close to two years, so unless he’s as big a jerkoff as Axl Rose, it’ll probably be a listener. No firm release date yet, though we do know it’s coming “soon.” Sorry, folks. At least Tony Rettman had something to say about it:

If you know the man behind United Waters (B.K.A Brian Sullivan) from anything, you’ll know him as the guitar thudder in Brooklyn’s densest duo, Mouthus. And if you were really listening to all those ninety million releases they did in the past few years, you’d notice that Mr. Sullivan is a deconstructionist of the highest order. Molten riffs that would cream the face off of both Nocturno Culto and Dave Murray combined dismantled themselves to reveal rock as a gas and thin air to be nothing but a petrified turd left over in a backstage buffet platter by Michael Angelo Batio.

On his debut release under the United Waters moniker entitled ‘Your First Ever River’, Sullivan continues to expose the contradiction of sound for what it is, but there’s not so much discombobulated shrailing this time ‘round to drive the point home. Brian’s vision on ‘Your First Ever River’ sucks in the sound and vibe of mid-nineties basement dwellers, early seventies robe donning prog rockers and present day turtle necked Germans to continue his pursuit for the never knowing sound. Let’s hope your ‘there’ enough to bask in the revelatory glow of it’s sound.

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