Exotype Remix

2013-12-02 by go back to tumblr | 6 Comments
Metal band Exotype have released an official remix for their latest song, 'Nanovirus'.

The remix was done by Toronto-based EDM producer Inukshuk. The song itself is a single from an upcoming album that currently does not have a release date or title.

To hear the song, follow the link below:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYhKSTNKP4c

Tagged: Exotype

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Brostep
Staff Reviewer
December 1st 2013
4001 Comments


"deathcore/dubstup"

this can't be good

TheGreatQ
December 1st 2013
1966 Comments


There's not actually any of the deathcore parts in the remix.

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Brostep
Staff Reviewer
December 1st 2013
4001 Comments


ok it kinda sucks sorry :[

TheGreatQ
December 1st 2013
1966 Comments


I didn't really expect anyone here to like it lol, just thought I'd post it regardless

Nocturnal
December 2nd 2013
1329 Comments


This band is stupid.

Eulogize
December 3rd 2013
2974 Comments


Yeah, the one time I listened to this band they were fucking awful.



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