Carnage & Steve Aoki – Plur Genocide (feat. Lockdown)
Two of electronic music’s most ferocious talents, Carnage and Steve Aoki, have finally joined forces to unleash potentially one of 2018’s most lethal anthems. Both known for their high-powered productions and their ability to provoke mammoth crowd reactions around the world, the two producers undoubtedly make an ideal pairing, and this has been proven by their brand new collaboration, ‘Plur Genocide‘.
Steve Aoki is already proving to be a dominating force this year, with a number of anticipated collaborations on the horizon. He is also due to be immortalized as a waxwork at Las Vegas’ Madame Tussauds, a physical symbol of his influence on the music industry globally. Carnage has also kicked off 2018 with a bang, having dropped a number of hip-hop infused high power collaborations.
Characterized by its echoing bassline, ‘Plur Genocide’ encompasses a fully charged intensity right from the onset. Blending with Lockdown‘s intense vocals, the rhythmic melody has a resonating depth, giving the track an addictive bounce. Accompanying the release, an intense music video for the track has also just been dropped. Featuring children in angelic costumes covered with tattoos moving in slow motion, the video holds a dark intensity, and certainly fits with the track itself.
Take a look at the music video for ‘Plur Genocide’ below.