Guttural wobbles galore, “Undertaker” is a ferocious DnB cut from the New Zealand duo The Upbeats. The combination of breakneck drum and bass with dubstep elements serves to create an aggressive and unrelenting production from the NOISIA imprint newcomers. Industrial grit and screaming sawtooth synthesizers develop the atmosphere of madness that is so often associated with heavy-hitting DnB. Grab this one for free via the duo’s SoundCloud, but we warned – it’s not for the faint of heart.
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