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Moris Blak


Moris Blak

Genre:Industrial-Bass
For Fan of: Pertubator, Gesaffelstein, Front Line Assembly

In an increasingly crowded genre of dark electronics, MORIS BLAK strikes with his sonically violent debut album, The Irregularity of Being. MORIS BLAK merges the cold aesthetics of industrial music with the beat driven surgical precision of modern electronic dance music to form an intrepid new sound for an evolving dark dance scene. His pioneering “industrial bass music” pushes the limits of your local club’s subwoofers with a grooving yet utterly brutal aggression that drives club-goers to the dance floor.

Bio

Operating out of Boston, MA, MORIS BLAK merges the cold aesthetics of industrial music with the beat driven surgical precision of modern electronic dance music to form an intrepid new sound for an evolving dark dance scene. His pioneering “industrial bass music” pushes the limits of your local club’s subwoofers with a grooving yet utterly brutal aggression that drives club-goers to the dance floor. Since the release of his debut EP, Dead Summer, MORIS BLAK has gained a cult following from his haunting live performances and collection of viral remixes. His first full length album, The Irregularity of Being, will be released via Negative Gain Productions on November 8th.

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