Marcus Schossow‘s latest track “Helvete” has been self-described by the man behind the synth as the type of track that “changes modes when you least expect it.” Opening with silky smooth trance elements and big room percussion Marcus wastes no time before switching gears into a dubstep laden drop, cueing the mayhem off with a “Oh my god is this dubstep?!?” sound clip before guttural moans and massive wobbles (the type that would even make Knife Party blush) explode into a cascade of ground-shaking bass.
Marcus Schossow – Helvete (Original Mix)
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