Heavy metal/bass artist Sullivan King has teamed up with staple bass producer Wooli to deliver the second single off King’s upcoming LP, “Let Me Go” on Monstercat.
The track is the perfect combination of what makes both of these producers so unique, with a melodic dubstep intro that leads into aggressive bass stabs and glitchy effects that vibrate your whole body. Fans will clearly hear the 90s metal inspiration that perfectly accompanies the dreamy electric guitar and King’s signature screams.
Sullivan King cheekily shared about their collaboration, “Adam and I wrote ‘Let Me Go’ about his fear of planes. I’m pretty sick of him always holding on to me when we fly next to each other and there’s a little turbulence.”
Wooli added, “‘Let Me Go’ is about the time Keaton kidnapped me… As soon as the doors opened, Keaton was standing there smiling. ‘Don’t leave yet, we have more ‘content’ to film!’ he said. He began to slip back into character as the Joker from Batman. ‘You don’t want to see me get Reckless do you?’”
The single follows the anticipated announcement of Sullivan King’s upcoming album, Thrones Of Blood arriving on Monstercat in March 2023. The new father and dubstep DJ also announced a full coast-to-coast US tour where he will play out all of his new music from the LP.
Check out Sullivan King and Wooli’s “Let Me Go” and see if the “Thrones Of Blood” tour will come to your city: