Sinister doesn’t even begin to describe GRAVEDGR’s monstrous production style. Now a staple of Carnage’s Heavyweight records, the LA producer made his debut at EDC Vegas and hasn’t slowed down since. The heavy-hitting talent follows up his appropriately titled “6 Feet Under” and his debut “Rampage” with a genre-bending, CTE-inducing new track “War Dogz.” This time around he’s joined by NYC’s City Morgue for a rap meets bass explosion that is sure to satisfy your daily dose of aggression. The trap metal trio lend their talents to GRAVEDGR’s soul-shattering production, spitting venom over grinding saws and deafening bass. Both tracks are intended to be part of a larger sonic story of rampage and violent justice so stay tuned to see how this ominous saga concludes.
GRAVEDGR‘s in deep with his latest release: “6 FEET UNDER,” to be precise.
Straight from Heavyweight Records’ bass kitchen, the new track marks GRAVEDGR’s most lyrical song on record. Combining his propensity for trap produtions and bass in all its forms, “6 FEET UNDER” spins an audacious web of sin, regret, and repentance; though the narrator knows well he is destined to transgress again.
The hard-hitting number is a fruitful harbinger for a larger evil on the horizon, GRAVEDGR’s forthcoming album. The LP, set for a February release, is expected to trace its creator’s circuitous internal discord over the length of 12 original tracks. Listeners can rest assured more raging bass is well on its way from the shadow-faced producer’s camp.
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Carnage’s Heavyweight Records is no stranger to dropping aggressive electro and the imprint’s latest signee, GRAVEDGR’s debut single “Rampage” saves no seconds for subtlety. Debuted at EDC Las Vegas this year, “Rampage” wastes no time punching you in the rips.
Right from the jump, saws serrate and tear through the mix in a thunderous assault. If Jason Vorhees had a song playing on an endless loop banging around his deranged mind — it would be this one.