Speculation as to whether Skrillex was working on an album or EP tapered down after he announced that he and Boys Noize would release a collaborative EP later in the month. The Los Angeles DJ/producer has given his fans cause for excitement once more, revealing that a longer body of work (or two, perhaps) lies in store after the release of the Dog Blood EP.
Skrillex (real name Sonny Moore) took to Twitter to disclose that the longer work(s) lay out on the horizon. In addition, he wrote that fans could expect "some other random releases" in the coming weeks.
Last month, Moore touched on rumors that he had an album on the way - although he didn't say one way or the other whether that was the case. If anything can be gleaned from his dialogue on the matter, it's that he likely hasn't decided on the best way to compile the music he's been working on himself.
In the meantime, the Dog Blood EP is due out May 31st. Before that, Skrillex will return to the stage at the INDY 500 Snake Pit on Sunday, May 26th in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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