After a reasonable time of teasing his followers with his new bombs on social networks without even telling when the releases would come out, Wavolizer decided to present us his new EP on this Monday morning, just in time to start the week off right.

The followers of the Danish artist are already familiar to his long path, as even at a young age of only 27, the producer has already devoted 8 years to his previous genre, Hardstyle music, but eventually found out that Hardcore is what really catches his mind and, fortunately for the lovers of this scene, it is this style that The Second Room belongs to.

The two pack was released on Heresy and, as it was expected, it relies on some heavy industrial Hardcore but with an interesting twist on its second part, being this EP composed of:

  • The Second Room: As an overall view into this first element of a bombs backpack, you will get to listen to what this label and Wavolizer have made their fans being used to. Hard snares, complex breaks (that reminds us of drum and bass), good low pitched vocals and, of course, the big element of distorted kicks is everything that this producer needs to give us some heavy sounds and make us bounce.
  • Sometime: This outro tune begins with some curious acoustic sounds that may remind you of symphonic metal, for this was intentionally introduced by the producer. As relaxing it might look like, make no mistake, this track comes as a surprise factor, since the BPM’s take a climb up to some serious high numbers, which mixed with its heavy kicks makes it a really powerful track.

You can find the extended versions and purchase them at hardtunes.com and stream the full EP down here:

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