SNAILS, Kill The Noise, and Sullivan King are back together on ‘Front 2 Back’

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SNAILS, Kill The Noise, and Sullivan King have teamed up to deliver their next heavy-hitting masterpiece in the form of “Front 2 Back.” The single follows previous collaborative effort “Shake The Ground.” Fans of the infusion of screamo and electronic music will find a small slice of heaven in the song, which lures listeners in with Sullivan King’s gut-wrenching vocals from the single’s first note.

Initially, the song seems to be a primarily metal release until a surprise drop engulfs the listeners with the heaviest sounds the three producers can come together to yield. “Front 2 Back” will leave listeners’ heads spinning as bass drops, pulsing metal accents, and dubstep accents overtake the final few minutes of the release.

Kill The Noise speaks about the collaboration in an official release, stating, “Even when this was still a demo it went off so hard every single time. Literally the first time I played it people heard the hook once and were singing along. Really cool moment for sure! Really stoked to work with these guys again we always have a lot of fun workin’ on ideas together.”

The track is out on SNAILS’s own Slugz Music imprint.

Subtronics and Snails connect for monstrous joint effort, ‘SNAILCLOPS’ [Stream]

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Subtronics and Snails connect for monstrous joint effort, ‘SNAILCLOPS’ [Stream]SUBTRONICS SNAILS

Subtronics continues his seismic collaboration streak, this time with the kingpin of Slugz Music, Snails. The pair’s joint effort is titled “SNAILCLOPS,” a namesake logo combination and a menacing beast of bass. Beginning with an ominous mist, a jack-in-the-box crank melody, and clear “WARNING” vocal chops cropped straight out of a nuclear reactor meltdown scene, the buildup leads into a heinous, stomping break that combines Snails’ grimy sound design and Subtronics rhythmic syntax.

Subtronics has been on a roll this year, releasing selects with the likes of Ganja White Night, Rusko, and GRiZ. His “Griztronics” partnership with the saxophone swinging electro-funk figurehead has been a festival pleaser as Subtronics continues to establishe himself as one of the most exciting up-and-coming bass acts on the scene in 2019.

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SNAILS and Krimer combine forces for ‘Jackhammer’

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SNAILS is perhaps one of the most exciting purveyors of dubstep’s resurgence, and he’s just put out his first single of 2019: “Jackhammer.” As with all of SNAILS’ work, “Jackhammer” kicks restraint to the curb, firing frequencies at the listener like a high-caliber machine gun.

Released on his own imprint, Slugz Music, SNAILS tapped Krimer, another rising star in the world of dubstep, to collaborate on this track.

“I’m so happy with how Jackhammer came together,” SNAILS said in a release. “Krimer and I live 20 minutes away from each other so we finally decided to sit down in the studio and give birth to this filthy banger!”

SNAILS will embark on a massive tour this summer, hitting massive festivals like Bass Canyon and Lollapalooza, as well as his own headlining events including the third annual Slugtopia at Denver’s Red Rocks Amphitheater on Oct. 4. Find the full schedule here.

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Stream Snails’s ‘SLIMEAGEDDON’ EP, a grotesque project from the ‘Slug King’ himself

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Stream Snails’s ‘SLIMEAGEDDON’ EP, a grotesque project from the ‘Slug King’ himselfSnails Slimeageddon EP

Snails‘s SLIMEAGEDDON EP is here, with its arrival just as viscous as the sagely chosen title intends.

The seven-track mass of swampy tracks saw release off the Canadian dubstep DJ/producer’s newly minted Slugz Music. Prior to the EP release, the “Slug King” slowly seeped out a foreboding foray of offerings from the project, including “Follow Me,” with Adventure Club featuring Sara Diamond, “Snailephant” with Wooli, “Redline” with Boogie T, and “Magnets” with Zeds Dead featuring Akylla.

“RAVN,” “Crank Bass,” featuring Liam Cormier, and “Bonkers” featuring Sirah are the newly released tracks off the project, all of which carry Snail’s signature cutthroat bass format and mayhem persona. “RAVN” has more of a cinematic appeal, acting as the opening segment to what is undoubtedly a well-curated project amongst friends.

The EP’s rollout comes soon after the unveiling of Snails’s original comic book, THE SLUGGERNAUT, a culmination of the music producer’s persistent use of vivid visuals and unique character fantasy. His website describes the comic book as “SLIMEAGEDDON, King Slugz, SLUGGTOPIA, and The Shell are all part of a bigger vision — one that hasn’t been fully explained…until now.”

Snails crossbreeds with Wooli to create ‘Snailephant,’ and announces a new EP ‘Slimeageddon’ coming soon off Slugz Music

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Snails crossbreeds with Wooli to create ‘Snailephant,’ and announces a new EP ‘Slimeageddon’ coming soon off Slugz MusicSnails Wooli

Snails and Wooli have come together to cause a reckoning by bass music that combines sludge infested synths with mammoth-esque rhythms. Feeling like it came straight from a TV laboratory, the final product of collaboration comes out to be a “Snailephant” — a mixing and melding of the two heavy bass producer’s wildly animalistic dubstep styles.

The buildup contains a Mortal Kombat vocal sample describing the audio beast as “half snail, half elephant, taking over the galaxy one by one.” Insanity ensues after that, with war-like, distorted sub-bass that sounds oozing out of the speakers in a dominating way. Snails also announced his new EP Slimeageddon is coming soon off his label Slugz Music. There’s no exact date, it’s simply coming out soon. After recent releases with Boogie T, “Redline” and Zeds Dead, “Magnets,” fans are ready for an extended play filled with the gooey sounds that made Frédérik Durand so popular in the first place.

Snails crossbreeds with Wooli to create ‘Snailephant,’ and announces a new EP ‘Slimeageddon’ coming soon off Slugz Music

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Snails crossbreeds with Wooli to create ‘Snailephant,’ and announces a new EP ‘Slimeageddon’ coming soon off Slugz MusicSnails Wooli

Snails and Wooli have come together to cause a reckoning by bass music that combines sludge infested synths with mammoth-esque rhythms. Feeling like it came straight from a TV laboratory, the final product of collaboration comes out to be a “Snailephant” — a mixing and melding of the two heavy bass producer’s wildly animalistic dubstep styles.

The buildup contains a Mortal Kombat vocal sample describing the audio beast as “half snail, half elephant, taking over the galaxy one by one.” Insanity ensues after that, with war-like, distorted sub-bass that sounds oozing out of the speakers in a dominating way. Snails also announced his new EP Slimeageddon is coming soon off his label Slugz Music. There’s no exact date, it’s simply coming out soon. After recent releases with Boogie T, “Redline” and Zeds Dead, “Magnets,” fans are ready for an extended play filled with the gooey sounds that made Frédérik Durand so popular in the first place.

Snails and Boogie T team up for a mellow sludge escapade, ‘Redline’

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Snails and Boogie T have come together for a reggae-infused, dubstep slimer, “Redline,” that sounds how it was intended to sound, like a giant monster snail destroying an extraterrestrial city. Imagine, a pack of Godzillas are the yawning screams and the oscillating, higher-octave synths are the fighter-jets. The juxtaposition between the relaxing reggae-dub and the more aggressive dubstep synths, with a tad of sub bass padding underneath, creates a historical journey from the Jamaican sound system party scene to headbanger’s performing a personal two-step.

Snails started his own label this year, Slugz Music, where the below ooze was birthed. The Slug King released just in time for Halloween, adding Boogie T’s signature guitar licks amidst a slew of ghoulish harmonies.

Snails releases The Shell: Remixes

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After launching his own record label back in June, Snails has released 10 tracks of remixes of his album The Shell. For this epic album, Snails invited producers and artists such as Kill The Noise, Virtual Riot, Space Jesus and more to remix his album. Having originally released the album last October, Snail and these

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Snails and Kill The Noise team up with Sullivan King and Jonah Kay for new heavy metal bass track, “Shake The Ground”

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Snails and Kill The Noise team up with Sullivan King and Jonah Kay for new heavy metal bass track, “Shake The Ground”DA WM 45

Snails has teamed up with Kill The Noise, affectionately self-dubbed Kill The Snails, to create a heavy-handed metal/dubstep hybrid featuring Sullivan King and Jonah Kay. The new face melter, titled “Shake The Ground” finds Snails and Kill The Noise in the booth together ahead of their slated back-to-back performance at HARD Summer in August. Enlisting his OWSLA veteran contemporary on the new collaboration, Snails is officially launching his newly announced record label Slugz Music with his latest.

The track’s piercing, screaming vocals rattle over a pulsing bass backdrop. Screaming vocals pierce the listener to their core, and compliment the pulsing backdrop. “Shake The Ground” is exactly the type of assaulting output one would image would come from one of dubstep’s most venerated forces linking with bass music’s current reigning heavyweight. On the new release, Snails explains,

“We wanted to try something new and different on this one and bring our metal and rock n’ roll roots into the song. The energy of the crowds when we drop this song at festivals is what makes it all worth it. Really, really proud of this one!”

Snails Begins His Very Own Record Label

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News has recently surfaced that Dubstep DJ, Snails, has begun his very own record label titled, Slugz Music. The label is set to release it’s very first track on June 27th. “Shake the Ground” was created by the very own, Snails, along with artists Kill the Noize and Sullivan King. This is a collaboration that

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