When Skrillex gave his hungry fan base cause to believe a new album was on the way, this wasn't likely what they had in mind. The Los Angeles DJ/producer has revealed that he and Boys Noize will release the Dog Blood EP on May 31st, 2019.
Skrillex (real name Sonny Moore) and Boys Noize (real name Alexander Ridha) whet fans appetites for new music under their Dog Blood project with "Turn Off The Lights" back in March. By the looks of things, three more singles will follow - that is, unless all four are original pieces of music.
Moore and Ridha launched Dog Blood in 2012, championing a sound that falls somewhere between the former artist's grating techno and the latter's bombastic bass. Prior to "Turn Off The Lights," they had not released new music together for six years.
Neither Skrillex nor Boys Noize have disclosed a tracklist for the Dog Blood EP at the time of writing.
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