Hungarian duo SaberZ are back again with a fire new EP entitled “Without Your Love/Nebula”, released on Revealed Recordings.

Kristóf Maczeovics and Benedek Makrai, better known to the world as SaberZ, teamed up back in August 2014, and have since been leaving their mark on the dance scene. They are some of the few rising talents to still bet on a full, old school big room sound, proving once and for all that big room is far from dead. After having their first release back in 2015, SaberZ just kept on going and never bothered to look back.

Since then, they have had support from W&W, Tiesto, Timmy Trumpet, Blasterjaxx; have collaborated with Maurice West in a fantastic remake of “Rhythm of The Night” – thus achieving their major breakthrough – and are regulars on Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings, even releasing their massive anthem “Epidemic” there. Now, the two Hungarian friends are looking to kick start 2019 with a bang, and their new EP “Without Your Love/Nebula”.

Like the name implies, the EP features two tracks, “Without Your Love” and “Nebula”, for a grand total of 5:46min of big room goodness. First up is “Without Your Love”, which starts with the usual arpeggiator SaberZ have made us grown accustomed to. The vocals kick in together with the small climax onto the main euphoric main melody. The build-up is very natural as it leads us to the drop, marked by huge powerful kicks, and an energetic melody. The breakdown recycles most of the elements of the beginning of the track, adding a dry kick when the melody kicks in.

The second track, “Nebula”, follows sort of the same philosophy as “Without Your Love”, with the same ear-blowing drop. It starts out with a scary synth which quickly follows to the absolutely massive drop, with deep, rumbling kicks and a gigantic melody ready for the mainstage.

You can check out the EP in the link down below, and show SaberZ some love!

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