Get your metal fix with Sullivan King’s ferocious debut EP
The three-track collection of songs seamlessly blends the lines between dubstep and metal. When he released the EP’s introductory single on Sept. 14, he demonstrated the sheer ferocity he’d bring to his inaugural set of music.
“The Glock” kicks off with a savage guitar introduction and powerful vocals, leading straight into a gloriously bass-heavy theme. The madness continues with “W.O.B.S.,” featuring Crichy Crich. The rapper keeps the adrenaline pumping with cutthroat verses over an intense, fast-paced dubstep rhythm. Though “Don’t Care” leads in gradually with a guitar solo and intense vocals from King, it quickly picks up the pace leading into the chorus. Growling vocals in the bridge lead into an intense, whirling drop that impeccably wraps up the EP.
With his debut collection of songs, King fearlessly establishes his place in both the electronic and rock communities.