Get your metal fix with Sullivan King’s ferocious debut EP

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It’s been a busy week for Sullivan King. Fresh off a massive remix for Excision on Sept. 15, King has now released his debut EP on Kannibalen Records, Black Tiger Sex Machine‘s label.

The three-track collection of songs seamlessly blends the lines between dubstep and metal. When he released the EP’s introductory single on Sept. 14, he demonstrated the sheer ferocity he’d bring to his inaugural set of music.

“The Glock” kicks off with a savage guitar introduction and powerful vocals, leading straight into a gloriously bass-heavy theme. The madness continues with “W.O.B.S.,” featuring Crichy Crich. The rapper keeps the adrenaline pumping with cutthroat verses over an intense, fast-paced dubstep rhythm. Though “Don’t Care” leads in gradually with a guitar solo and intense vocals from King, it quickly picks up the pace leading into the chorus. Growling vocals in the bridge lead into an intense, whirling drop that impeccably wraps up the EP.

With his debut collection of songs, King fearlessly establishes his place in both the electronic and rock communities.

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Excision releases relentless remix pack for ‘Virus’ album

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Excision‘s powerful, slamming Virus album featured collaborations with heavyweights like Space Laces, Dion Timmer, Protohype, and Datsik on standout songs like “Throwin’ Elbows,” “Are You Ready,” and “Final Boss.” Like everything Exicision does, Virus was all-encompassing, showcasing the power the dubstep genius is able to harness.

The remix album is unforgiving to say the least. From start to finish, the impressive slew of remixers skillfully put their own heavy spins on the album’s biggest hits. The collection contains powerful remixes from Dillon Francis, FuntcaseCookie Monsta, 12th PlanetAntiserum, Kai Wachi, Wooli, Sullivan King, Wavedash, DubloadzSeven Lions and Dimibo

Stream it in full below.

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Premiere: Dillon Francis puts a moombahton spin on Exicision and Dion Timmer’s ‘Final Boss’

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Dillon Francis returns to moombahton in his remix of Excision and Dion Timmer‘s collaborative effort “Final Boss.” The original track, an entry on Excision’s latest LP Virus from November 2016, features piercing drops and the expected dose high energy, crushing bass.

Francis layers multiple new percussion elements and vocal backdrops in his remix of “Final Boss,” all situated over a moombahton feel that helped launched his career. While Dillon’s remix is a large departure from Excision’s original, his still maintains the raucous vibe and propellant quality of Excision and Dion Timmer’s first take. Enticingly, this remix is just one of a remix album Excision is dropping of Virus — to include 18 remixes from the likes of Getter, Seven Lions, and more.

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Excision gave the bass community something to look forward to after announcing he would be holding his own music festival this past May. The festival, called “Lost Lands” will be held on September 29 – October 1 at Legend Valley in Thornville, Ohio. Fans and festival goers knew they could expect the event to have a prehistoric theme given the lineup artwork as well as the naming convention of the festival, however Excision has just given fans a first look into the festival site itself via his Snapchat.

The expansive festival grounds are in a beautiful field peppered with trees and covered by endless blue skies. If any location were to be festival-worthy, this one surely will be. Check out the full video below.

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Excision Has Given Us A First Look At The Grounds Of Lost Lands

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While the Summer is coming to an end we are getting prepared for the early fall festivals. These range from Electric Zoo in NYC to Austin City Limits down in Texas. We are easily the most excited for Excision’s Lost Lands Festival in Ohio though. The camping festival’s gorgeous line up debut showed off a

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After patiently waiting for new Apple emoji’s, the wait is almost over. In celebration of World Emoji Day, Apple announced the long-overdue addition of some new emojis. The latest smileys and pictograms have been in the works since fall of 2016, when Emojipedia proposed 51 new icons. Apple took the submissions and released the new

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Excision announces full lineup for his ‘Lost Lands’ music festival

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Since the beginning of May, Excision has been systematically revealing hints about what to expect from his new self-curated festival, but has withheld the bulk of information – including its location – until now.

Today, June 14, the Canadian producer revealed the full lineup for the three-day festival, which will take place September 29-October 1 at Legend Valley in Thornville, Ohio. Dubbed “Lost Lands,” the artwork for the announcement indicates that it will remain in line with the prehistoric themes which his “cave painting” lineup hints initially suggested.

The announcement comes with some weighty promises for Excision fans, including “500,000 watts of bass,” “music production workshops with Ill Gates and KJ Sawka,” and “giant f@$&ing dinosaurs.” Lost Lands will also feature three days of Excision’s branded show, “The Paradox,” on the main stage. The event founder will additionally perform from in a b2b with Datsik and as a part of Destroid.

View the full lineup, which also includes names such as Zeds Dead, REZZ, Illenium, Snails, and Kill The Noise below:

Featured image by Rukes.

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