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Seven Lions & Kill the Noise reunite to drop heavy release 'Moonlight'

The dynamic duo team up again for their fourth release together out now on Ophelia Records.

With numerous eyes and ears added to our agency recently, our senses have never been more sharp for those who bring their unique skill and sound to the industry. The Filthy Beat Inspectors are always on the lookout for releases to quench our insatiable thirst for bass music.

Our friends over at Ophelia Records have continuously provided the latest and greatest hits to this subgenre of Melodic Dubstep that we call home. Without monopolizing over all the art and sounds that are constantly being produced today, Ophelia artists never cease to amaze with the influential sound designs that will carry on for generations of dance music. While label boss Jeff Montalvo (aka Seven Lions) continues to pave the way for other melodic/future bass artists, one can always expect periods of pure filth to come roaring through his sets with his latest release alongside fellow artist Kill the Noise being no exception.

The two generational talents pair together again for their fourth release, following attention at some of the largest festivals across the country like EDC Orlando and Lost Lands. At every stop of Seven Lions' most recent tour to commemorate the release of his Beyond the Veil album, fans everywhere caught a glimpse of this latest masterpiece that Seven Lions dubbed his "heaviest drop played all tour".

Seven Lions and Kill The Noise reunite for their fourth collaboration, “Moonlight”. The track is a successor to 2019’s “The Blood”, a cult-classic hit with four official variations.

Alongside their other crowd favorite collaborations (Without You, The Blood, Horizon, Cold Hearted), their work together continues to provide a perfect blend of the two artists and their backgrounds.

“Moonlight” continues to showcase their genre-bending abilities with thunderous drums, epic guitar riffs, dubstep drops and hardstyle breakdowns.

Making waves that have rippled across crowds and stages all over the country, hardstyle has been gaining traction within the US in recent years. With two very distinct drops that differ in styles, the second drop of Moonlight keeps with the original riffs while also releasing the up-tempo and

hard-hitting vibes that have long been associated with the harder sounds of bass music.

When artists who are genuine friends come together to generate art, the results will undoubtedly be amazing. Ophelia Records as a whole continues to produce classics that set the standard for what a record label should be. We can be sure to expect more from them very soon.


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