Getter's fanbase is still buzzing after the explosive release of NAPALM, which dropped October 30th via his Shred Collective banner. With its hard-hitting bass flavors and unique tinctures of experimental sound design, the six-track project was well-deserving of its fiery namesake.
Now, Getter is promising another EP that "blows NAPALM out of the water," he said in a tweet. All we're waiting on is for the producer to replace a busted laptop so he can finish up the music.
In a recent interview, Getter told EDM.com he is looking to showcase the different kinds of sounds he's been pursuing through a series of EPs, meaning more surprise releases like this upcoming project can be expected in the future.
"Whatever the fuck I wanna make and put out is what I'm going to be doing," Getter said. "I'm going in with a fresh mind, so expect some fresh shit."
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