Drop Goblin Releases Horror Inspired ‘Joseph Carmichael’ Single and Video

By on August 20, 2013

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Metalstep Master Drop Goblin has released his much anticipated ‘Joseph Carmichael’, a heavy, atmospheric gem inspired by the 1980 haunted house classic The Changeling.

Check out Drop Goblin’s ‘Joseph Carmichael:

Can’t See The Player? Listen Online HERE!

In describing the track and his approach to recreating the tone of the film, the metal loving producer said: “I knew that the drop would be heavy and act as a climactic entrance after the dialogue was spoken, so in order to compliment that structure I had to make sure that the spoken words, and the sound elements that surrounded them, would act as an uncomfortable and eerie tone that would take the listener into the same feeling of anxiety that I felt when watching the movie”.

If you haven’t seen the horror classic The Changeling, check out a taste with the Official Video for Drop Goblin’s ‘Joseph Carmichael’:

Can’t See the Player? Watch Online HERE!

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Dubbed as “EDM’s Neighborhood Punk Ass”, Drop Goblin is a Heavy Bass DJ & Producer residing in New Hampshire, USA. With a background in Metal & Hardcore sound design, many of his Dubstep style productions revolve around the darker & angrier side of the EDM genre. To contrast this dark style sound, he also enjoys creating vibrant Glitch-Hop style tracks with a more pop style bounce.

Drop’ credits his fans and his family for the motivation to produce and perform consistently over the past years. He has been quoted, when asked about his perspective on things, by replying:

Other than the music itself, I only give a shit about two other things in this business; My fans, and my family. Without them, I would not do what I do. Many other artists seem to have forgotten this within themselves.

To enhance his live performance, Drop Goblin has chosen to mix exclusively on two independently un-synced iPads. This format allows him to keep up with current technology, but not lose sight of the actual work involved to keep a live mix going in real time and make quick changes on demand.

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Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.

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