Kayzo, Sullivan King, Papa Roach deliver heavy headbanging ammunition on ‘DOMINATION’
Break out the neck brace. When two of bass music’s top dogs collaborate with rock legends Papa Roach, it certainly calls for some justified headbanging. Kayzo and Sullivan King are well versed in the sonics made for running through brick walls and “DOMINATION” falls right in line. And there’s a reason the song’s title is in caps—just hit play to find out why.
Originally debuting at Lost Lands in 2019 as an instrumental cut, Papa Roach, of course of “Last Resort” fame, then entered the frame and kicked the song up a level with vocals and guitar modifications to amplify what was already proving to be a marquee collaboration between two of the genre’s most in-demand forces. “DOMINATION” demands one’s undivided attention—it calls for a full crank of the volume knob, so beware, this one isn’t for the faint of heart. It’s an all out blitz of ear-splitting guitar riffs into neck breaking drops that serve only to make listeners salivate for the moment riding rails at festival stages is once again safe to do.
Perhaps Sullivan King put it best,
I love when I release songs and ppl are like “Daaaamn bro, you didn’t have to go THAT hard” like ACTUALLY YES MOTHER FUCKER I DID AND I ALWAYS WILL, I HAVE SOME NECKS TO FUCKIN SNAP THANK U AND GNIGHT— Sully – “DOMINATION” OUT NOW!! (@SullivanKing) April 16, 2021
“DOMINATION” is Kayzo’s first original release with Papa Roach, with the duo having notably worked together on Kayzo’s “Last Resort (The Rework)” that currently sits atop his most popular tracks on songs on Spotify. Sullivan King continues a stellar 2021 run, continuing to follow up on his recent To The Grave EP on Excision’s Subsidia Records. Papa Roach, founded in 1993, continue to find ways to release quality music that stays true to their form, this latest song adding to a long line of quality releases.
Listen to “DOMINATION” below.
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