Have you ever heard of instrumental homicide?
No? Well, Borgore and AFK's latest collaboration on "Jimmy's Rage" is just that. The continued rough transitions abruptly place listeners into a menacing quantity of exhilarating decibels.
"Jimmy's Rage" is a hodge podge of dubstep elements, including vigorous bass lines, eerie vocal samples, and screeching synths. This is a loose canon collaboration from start to finish.
Borgore is known for his non-genre conforming tracks and sound. He blends bass, trance, hip-hop, and dubstep with his music composition education from Thelma Yellin music academy. Back in 2009, he released Ice Cream Mixtape and then followed up with Borgore Ruined Dubstep Pt. 1 & Pt. 2. The latter albums positioned him at the forefront of the burgeoning dubstep scene. He currently heads his own label, Buygore Records, and can be seen and heard at world-renowned festivals like Tomorrowland, Ultra Music Festival, EDC Las Vegas, and more.