Dec 16, 2013
The Glitch Mob Says ‘Can’t Kill Us’

LA’s long-time laureates of all things glitchy, edIT, Boreta, and Ooah of The Glitch Mob, broke radio silence today with Can’t Kill Us, the first track off their upcoming album, Love Death Immortality, due out Feb. 2014.

The abilities of these three producers combine nicely for Can’t Kill Us, a heavy-yet-graceful dubstep jam offering thick percussion accented with gorgeous synth and vocal accents. Notoriously detail-attentive, hearing fresh Glitch Mob reminds just how much they can pack into their productions while keeping each sonic element unadulterated and focused–tack-sharp engineering, right here.

As the follow-up to 2010’s massively popular Drink The Sea, Love Death Immortality will quench the resulting thirst from all that ocean water with more mouth-watering music in addition to Can’t Kill Us when it sees an official release Feb. 11 on Glass Air Records.

Enjoy the track below, along with the visuals directed by beeple, which are a nice fit for the nightmarishly powerful composition. Not currently available to pre order in the US, stateside fans will have to settle for the YouTube preview until the time comes, but UK fans can pre order the album here, and score a free download of Can’t Kill Us at the same time.

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