By: Anand Harsh
There's no question that Kraddy has mastered the art of the cinematic bass tune. An industry vet, Matthew Kratz has cornered the market on massive, symphonic tunes that pull from the hip-hop, dubstep, and metal worlds to create a wholly new beast of epic proportions.
Enter “For The Long Ride,” Kraddy's latest anthem; a testament to perseverance and loyalty. Joining Kratz is YoAstrum, who provides an engaging and energetic counterpoint to Kraddy's pulsing groove and thick, meaty bass. It's a match made in hell, forged in the fires of a thousand, squealing, red-faced imps with pitchforks.
How's that for imagery?
For more metal-tinged bass music, dig deep into Kraddy's back catalog, which is rife with all sorts of this very style of empowering tuneage. This guy is playing his own game of his own creation.
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