If you ever wondered what it means to be “Evil As Hell,” Tisoki has the answer. Still on the high from the release of his 5 track Razor Blades EP last month, he's added a sinister essence to his stacked catalogue of dance floor anthems with his latest single and music video.
Adventuring through the eerie depths of darkness is nothing new for U.K.-born producer Tisoki (real name Bradley Edwards). The dubstep powerhouse has been releasing tunes inspired by all things dark and spooky since 2015 with the release of “Death Mode” featuring Gravity. Creepy imagery has also been a staple to the Tisoki brand, as seen in album artwork for tracks like “The Devil’s Back” and for his Everybody Dies EP.
However, what especially captures his audience is his delivery of chilling, downright evil, even sometimes unsettling cinematic music videos. The last fans saw was the video for “Relate” with Watgood. Today, Edwards gives fans a petrifying look into what it means to be “Evil As Hell” with his new single and music video.
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“Evil As Hell” takes listeners on a haunting, bass-boosted journey, exploring Edwards’ undeniable skill at crafting high-impact tunes. Fans who can’t get enough of the track can anticipate a remix pack coming on November 21st.
Edwards will wrap up 2019 with performances set in Denver, Colorado and Houston, Texas. He will also ring in the new year with a performance at Countdown NYE at the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, California. For all ticketing and tour information, visit here.