Just when you thought the end of 2021 couldn't get more exciting, Zomboy is here to add fuel to the fire with his latest dubstep anthem, "Valley Of Violence."
Out now via Never Say Die, the track is exactly what longtime fans have been craving from Zomboy, one of dubstep's leading producers. The pre-drop vocal is the perfect moshpit starter, and the ensuing growls were designed to decimate crowds. Zomboy additionally flexes his ability to produce powerful orchestral melodies in the verses, priming this tune for a huge festival run this upcoming season.
Check out "Valley Of Violence" below.
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Listen to "Valley Of Violence" on streaming platforms here.