Excision & Pegboard Nerds “Bring The Madness” in Collaboration

Yes, you are seeing that right, the T-rex and the Nerds collaborated together to create a massive dubstep/drumstep crossover track aptly named, “Bring The Madness.” The heavy bass from Excision meets the crazy mids from the Pegboard Nerds and as you can guess… Madness ensues. Do you think this track can get any bigger? If you said no, you were wrong… Mayor Apeshit grabbed a hold of it and added even more hype to this hype tune. Press play below and get ready to go mad.

Excision & Pegboard Nerds – Bring The Madness (feat. Mayor Apeshit)

 Give me a second as I find my melted face…

Scrubs Melting Face

When I first heard that these two were collaborating on a tune, my heart skipped a beat. I have seen both live and let me tell you, they both know how to bring the energy. So much bass, so much loudness and that’s what they did with “Bring The Madness.” While there have been many attempts at the dubstep/drumstep crossover, many don’t go according to plan. This track, however, breaks the mold and creates an excellent crossover track that will be played by both artists in their sets this year. Excision Bring The Madness

When two artists collaborate, I’m always scared that one artist will outshine the other. With these two heavy hitters collaborating I was afraid another failed collaboration would be on hand. Luckily I was wrong. Excision’s grimey bass sounds compliment Pegboard Nerds’ quick beats as Mayor Apeshit tops everything with some hype-filled lyrics. 2015 is promising to be huge for each of these artists as they “Bring The Madness” to the world.

Bring The Madness Excision Pegboard Nerds

Just check out this artwork!

Purchase the tune from iTunes, Beatport or Bandcamp and make sure to check out each of the artists this year. Excision starts his 2015 tour on January 23rd featuring the Executioner video and light installation featuring 150,000 watts of sound with Protohype and Minnesota opening. Pegboard Nerds isn’t on tour yet but they are sure to be a part of the 2015 festival season so be on the lookout.

Alex Zimmerman

Alex Zimmerman

Music has always been a passion of mine, being the kid trying to find the latest music to listen to. In college, I was exposed to Emalkay's "When I Look At You" and EDM quickly became my favorite genre. I hope to show people through writing what EDM has done to me and hope I can help people discover the beauty that is EDM.
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