Sludge Readies the Troops For A Dubstep “Emergency”

Quick! Hit Play, it’s an emergency! Nh we’re only kidding. Today we are marching on over for our dose of hardcore from Heavyweight Records for Sludge’s “Emergency”. After Sludge’s initial debut track “Blacksmith”, we were eager for what he would release next. Heavyweight has been a home for a more unique and darker selection of artists since its founding in 2017, focusing primarily on heavy bass and dark hip-hop. With a lineup of misfits including Gommi, Timmy Trumpet, GRAVEDGR, and now Sludge, we can’t wait to be made uncomfortable by whatever they put out next.

Sludge, you continue to assault each and every single one of our senses, but this time we are ready to rally behind your flag. By far one of the most intense tracks so far this summer, “Emergency” was inspired by the hardships Sludge’s parents endured living in Yugoslavia. The dread and foreboding are clear as day, as the track’s serrating synths and machinations manipulate your system to your breaking point. The track feels uncanny and uncomfortable, yet a driving force. Simply put, Sludge’s “Emergency” is not for the faint of heart.

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Heavyweight Records

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Not Enough BPMS! Gommi Releases the 175 BPM Monster “Louder”

When we exist in the hardcore realm, we normally like to jump back to our house music safety net after not too long. However, Gommi keeps us sticking around, especially as we trip on over to Heavyweight Records for his latest track “Louder”. Not much is known about Gommi, as he has already begun creating an elusive persona among the electronic community. With Gommi originally being a nickname from his grandmother, Gommi has been tirelessly crafting his heavily-crafted rapid-fire style. While Gommi has already been receiving praise for his remixes, with “Psychosis” now released he has plenty of material for an interesting 2019. We’re waiting, Gommi.

While “Psychosis” may have messed with our minds, “Louder” is here to help us recover and get our blood pumping. Influenced by the hardstyle and psytrance genres, “Louder” hits hard and fast, overwhelming your senses as soon as possible. The track is definitely not for the faint of hard, as at its peak Gommi pushes the limit to 175 BPM! The track’s vocals work themselves into a frenzy, while the synth work puts off a menacing tone and the bass stabs us until we submit. If we can interpret anything from these two tracks, it’s that Gommi is going to get harder and harder by the end of the year.

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Heavyweight Records

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Heavyweight Debuts New Artist Sludge in “Blacksmith”, a Grimy Industrial Experience

When you spend too much time of your life in the light, you tend to forget what lingered in the darkness you came from. For our last visit, we are heading on over to Carnage’s Heavyweight Records for “Blacksmith” the debut track for one of Heavyweight’s newest recruits Sludge. Heavyweight has been a home for a more unique and darker selection of artists since its founding in 2017, focusing primarily on heavy bass and dark hip-hop. With a lineup of misfits including Gommi, Timmy Trumpet, GRAVEDGR, and now Sludge, we can’t wait to be made uncomfortable by whatever they put out next.

If Heavyweight knows how to do anything well, it is definitely making a rather remarkable debut. Sludge’s debut with “Blacksmith” showcases Sludge’s raw talent, focusing on grimy synth work and a disturbingly uncomfortable bass line. However, the accompanying music video takes the debut to the next level of disturbing. We follow Sludge as the leader of an Eastern European extremist group who is determined to control the minds of his flock with his grimy music. Featuring scenes of torture and extremist rituals on the guise of a late 90s VHS recording, this music video is determined to make an impact as Sludge’s debut. We can tell you this now, we won’t be forgetting this any time soon.

Make sure you check out “Blacksmith” on Spotify as well as the music video on YouTube below!

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Heavyweight Records

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