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While searching for information on the whereabouts of Dr Kannibalen, LeKtriQue hears tales of an abandoned laboratory near the ruins of Apashes village, where the virus first appeared. He decides to seek out this lab in the hopes of learning more about the infection. Once arrived at the crumbling installation, he comes across a dusty old folder, in which he discovers a shocking secret: his parents sold him to Dr Kannibalen when he was a baby. The evil mastermind used him to test early versions of the Kannibalen virus, and during these experiments he was repeatedly exposed to painful electrical currents. Instantly, the repressed memories of years of torture come rushing back to LeKtriQue, ripping apart painful mental scars his mind had long ago sown shut. His spirit shattered, he vows to seek vengeance against the evil Doctor who destroyed his childhood. Terror is a new EP by LeKtriQue, the follow-up to his 2012 Kannibalen debut Voltage. With another year of producing under his belt, the young Belgian artist returns with two original tracks that show off his growing knowledge of sound design and composition. The title track of the EP is a catchy Glitch Hop anthem filled with funky synth bass lines. The second track, Horror, kicks off with a dark piano intro before driving into a growling synth bass drop. The EP also features three remixes. Australian beatsmith Seek N Destroy comes back to the Kannibalen fold with a dirty electro house remix of Horror, while Kai Wachi turns the same track into an apocalyptic dubstep banger. Italian duo Jean e La Plastique close off the EP by transforming Horror into an indescribable combination of industrial techno and electro house. Distributed by Label Engine -



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