KillSonik – Slaughterhouse [Listen]

KillSonik – Slaughterhouse [Listen]
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Killsonik has illuminated the airwaves again, this time on Zane Lowe’s BBC Radio 1, with the exclusive premiere of their new track “Slaughterhouse”, fresh from their upcoming EP Where the River Runs Black.

The soothing vocals of Hadouken’s James Smith flows over a melodic synth infused intro before James vocals get more aggressive and Killsonik drops wobbles all over the track.

Infused with some heavy guitar riffs, the track gives the perfect amount of dirty dubstep and rock for a crazy creation.

Look out for this one in January 2013 when Where the River Runs drops!

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