The collaboration first came to light over a month ago, and has more recently been teased by Subtronics on Twitter.
For Zeds Dead, "Bumpy Teeth" arrives shortly following the release of the duo's unique drum 'n' bass single "Sound of the Underground." The song arrives by way of Deadbeats, the duo's label which has quickly made an impact in the bass music space since arriving on the scene just last year.
It has been Subtronics' biggest year yet, and the announcement of this collaboration with Zeds Dead arriving before year's end has been a welcome one among his fans. Subtronics (real name Jesse Kardon) has put numerous high-profile collaborations on the books this year. After working with Rusko, Snails, Kayzo and GRiZ to name a few, Kardon is rapidly establishing himself as a dubstep figurehead in his own right.
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Subtronics and Zeds Dead are set to release "Bumpy Teeth" on December 17th.