Producer Coone Drops New Remix of Carnage’s Bass-Heavy “Blitzkreig”

We might have to say this is the weekend of remixes. This week we are staying over at Heavyweight Records for a brand new “Blitzkrieg” remix from producer Coone. This Vegas-based producer made himself a pioneer in the hard bass and trap communities, finding his strive quickly. Carnage was even one of the first major artists to incorporate hip-hop elements into his work, creating a hard bass and urban style. Carnage went on to create Heavyweight Records in 2017, surrounding himself with crazily unique producers in the hardcore and hip-hop genres. Nazaar joins Carnage on the track, a rising star in the modern Arab scene. Nazaar’s natural talent has been featured in festivals worldwide, thrilling fans at every turn.

We already went into this experience knowing how heavy the original track is, and we are glad Coone kept that same level even in his version.  Trading Carnage’s trap-inspired sounds for his Belgian hardstyle beats, Coone elevates the track with rapid-fire kick drums that takes it up to another notch. Coone also puts plenty of extra emphasis on “Blitzkrieg”‘s monologue, moving it completely to the front and center stage. Obviously the most impactful part of the track, we are glad that intensity is allowed to build to a supreme hardstyle drop.

Make sure you check out Coone’s remix of “Blitzkrieg” on Spotify and the music video below!

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