Snails & Kill The Noise Team Up On Ridiculously Heavy New Dubstep Track "Shake The Ground” (feat. Sullivan King & Jonah Kay)

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We’ve been waiting quite some time for this one to see the light of day! Soon after the inception of Snails and Kill The Noise’s super-duo Kill The Snails back in 2016, an collab only known as “Fuck It” began making its way into heavy bass sets everywhere (including the intro to Kill The Noise’s 2017 Killuminati Mixtape). Now, Snails and Kill The Noise may have just dropped arguably the hardest dubstep track of 2018, with the official release of the enigmatic collab, titled "Shake The Ground" featuring Sullivan King & Jonah Kay.

"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

Coming as the first release on Snails’ new label, Slugz Music, believe us when we say this one is an absolute monster. Blasting off to a start with some thumping percussion, gritty, distorted vocals and crunchy guitar riffs courtesy of dubstep/metal heavyweights Sullivan King & Jonah Kay, this latest offering will undoubtedly serve to set the aesthetic of Slugz Music. Filled with abrasive, guttural growls, skittering metallic hits, explosive bass and deafening crowd chants throughout the entirety of the track, even the most seasoned bassheads won’t be prepared for the second drop... Check out "Shake The Ground" below and for those headed to HARD Summer in August, make sure to catch Snails and Kill The Noise's special Kill The Snails set during day two. Enjoy!

Kill The Noise & Snails - Shake The Ground (feat. Sullivan King & Jonah Kay)

Cookie Monsta Shares Extra Heavy VIP Version Of His 2016 Dubstep Banger “Ruff”

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It’s definitely a good day for bassheads! Today, bringing us a blast from the past, UK-based dubstep-heavyweight Cookie Monsta has just shared an insane VIP version of one of his biggest tracks - “Ruff”.

Coming off an extra-heavy remix of Gentlemens Club’s “Take You Back” and his recently released single “Xterminate”, we’re getting increasingly excited to catch Cookie Monsta’s mainstage set at Sluggtopia II this fall. While this VIP version still embodies the ominous orchestral vibe as the original, Cookie Monsta has added slight tweaks here and there to the songs structure, melody as well as some extremely gritty new sound design and fresh vocals from Tima Dee. Check out the VIP version of “Ruff” (“Ruff 2018”) below and make sure to snag tickets to Sluggtopia II here, enjoy!

Space Laces Switches Things Up On Hard-Hitting Bass House Single “Kaiju”

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If you’ve been keeping up with bass music, you definitely know that Space Laces has been absolutely killing it in the dubstep world lately (think “Throwin’ Elbows”). From hard-hitting tracks like “Bugbass” to insane collabs with Snails and Excision, today the Louisville-based producer has impressed us yet again with a brand new single, titled, “Kaiju”.

As the word Kaiju refers to monsters from ancient Japanese legend (or contemporarily, the movie Pacific Rim), this latest bass-monstrosity couldn’t have been given a more appropriate name. It seems Space Laces has switched things up a bit with his sound though, as characterized by shrill, metallic screeches, abrasive growls and pulsing bass over a 4/4 kick, the first half of the track has a distinctive bass-house vibe to it. Although anecdotally Space Laces comes off as comical and sometimes seems like a 3D personification of a meme, in listening to the tracks outro...we’re happy to see that nothing’s changed. Check out “Kaiju” below and enjoy!

Space Laces - Kaiju

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