Ahead of the release of his four-track Nightmare EP, Samplifire manifests your dreams’ darkest monsters with “NOVISV”, an explosive spine-annihilator of a tune.
Returning on Never Say Die: Black Label, Samplifire is back and showing no mercy with the upcoming release of Nightmare, out on April 1. Packing four bone-crushing tracks filled to the brim with slaughterous bass, Samplifire’s latest EP is an unrelenting beast. If you’re looking for vicious slashes of raw dubstep and bloodcurdling sound design, look no further than “NOVISV”. As the heaviest track on the EP, “NOVISV” beckons headbangers to fall victim to every gargled robotic trill and monstrous screech.
Having received support from industry heavyweights IVORY, SKisM, Trampa, and many more, the French producer has proven time and time again that he is a force to be reckoned with in the brutal bass scene. Hot off the release of his tune “Pump It Up” with dubstep trio Gentlemens Club, Samplifire is barely letting us catch our breath before slapping us in the face with more murderous bass.
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Strapped with hyped vocals interweaving a grungey guitar intro and a delayed drop, “NOVISV” is out for blood with every swipe of its guttural bass swords. With a sonically staggered breakdown and haunting interludes, this is one track that is sure to get crowds rowdy during live sets. The intensity of the tune only increases with each passing second, getting heavier than you ever thought possible. If Samplifire wasn’t on your radar before, “NOVISV” will undoubtedly get your attention.
We are proud to premiere “NOVISV” here at EDM Identity. Pre-save the Nightmare EP on your Spotify today and let us know your thoughts in the comments!
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“”NOVISV” is to me the most aggressive of the four tracks. It was about creating the perfect atmosphere for the crowd to go nuts when it drops. A lot of reece basses and nasty resampling helped in that case! Stoked to see how people will receive the track!”