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Bear Grillz, High Zombie drop soul-stomping collab 'Rave Slam'

Rude Service continues to elevate the scene's most talented rising artists.

Back with the underground, High Zombie and Bear Grillz just dropped a massive collaboration that marks a new era of modern dubstep. Dropped on Rude Service Records just in time for Lost Lands and Goldrush, Rave Slam is taking over sonic waves around the nation.

After releasing Enemy last month on Rude Service, Rave Slam is the next step for High Zombie in moving forward showcasing his signature sound. A contagiously catchy slapper, this track guarantees that any artist who rinses it out will get their crowd going wild beyond their wildest dreams.

"High Zombie is an amazing artist and he sent me a cool idea that I thought we could turn into a great record," Bear Grillz said. "This one really made me feel like the glory days of electronic music."

When asked about the future of Rude Service and his vision of it moving forward, Bear Grillz detailed that "My goal is to utilize my experience in the industry to help up and coming artists find their way in electronic music." As always a pioneer in EDM, Bear Grillz continues to look out for other artists and further EDM's journey into the world.

Since starting out with hybrid trap at the beginning of his career, High Zombie has progressed into modern dubstep and is a master of his craft. He's released multiple tracks on Subsidia Records, joined forces with Bear Grillz's record label Rude Service for his single Enemy and his tracks are constantly being played out by the don of dubstep, Excision.

"Bear Grillz is an amazing artist and one of the most genuine and supportive big names."

The collab started out with a simple idea High Zombie sent over, but within a week, the entire song was finished. Bear Grillz played Mission Ballroom in July and brought High Zombie to play the collab, an ID at the time.

"It was surreal being invited out to play a song to 3,500 people," High Zombie said.

Rave Slam is sure to be played out by several of your favorite artists as this fall's festival season progresses. High Zombie and Bear Grillz continue to impress with their journey through EDM, and Dubstep FBI is keeping a close eye on their further activity. We are expecting a few tour dates and more music coming soon.

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