Boomkat Product Review:
Hailing from the unlikely grime hotspot of Brussels, belgium, this is one of the heaviest plates of old style sublow and dubstep consolidations that we've heard in ages. Grimelock heads up the A-side with two dark and beastly club destroyers, with 'Justice' sounding like it was made to be an anthem four years ago, and should still be now, while 'Glow' is simply something else. This one's just caused a massive jaw drop up here, sounding like some lost El-B remix of Teebee with a huge vocal stapled to a rave melting synthline and Brock-solid but brittle rhythms that deserve a thorough rinsing in every dubstep/grime/bass club in the world. True anthem business, don't sleep!!! Saviour has a tough job to outdo this one, but attempts it in fine style with two Coki styled dubstep punishers on the flip, with 'darkness Fall' a particular treat for fans of the dark, slow and nasty style, but i've got a feeling this one will be in my bag for one very good reason indeed. If Burial has teased your emotional steppers side, or Zomby's reconfigured rave is making your feet itchy, this one is most certainly up yours!!! Recommended!