Aggressive dubstep producers Excision and Downlink have joined forces with drummer KJ Sawka to form the group DESTROID. Both producers are known for their hard-hitting industrial sounds and KJ Sawka– former drummer of the electronic rock band Pendulum– adds the live instrumental element. The group has been in the works since 2009 and after Excision‘s sold out X Tour this year, the trio decided to unveil their new dubstep powers.
This new experiment delivers a custom sound with brutal bass and their latest creation is “Crusaders.” Starting out with rushing guitar chords, the trio unleashes a drum & bass driven beat that is met by Excision‘s signature wobbling bass booms. Click below the break to hear the hard-edged “Crusaders.”
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