For those of you who delight in intently seeking the ups and downs of trends in music genres, you more than likely have noticed that deathcore has morphed into multiple directions including one genre trend that is typically full of public controversy: rapcore. Whether you are scratching your forehead and asking yourself what in the world is Rapcore or hopping on Soundcloud to reflect over Rapcore God’s such as Rage Against The Machine, Biohazard or Cypress Hill, it’s time to step up your game and give some credit to the cats making moves today.
NYC’s Rapcore guru’s, Xombie, have just released a brand new single titled, “Might As Well”, that dishes out a powerful and unique energy that is atypical and revolutionary when it comes to sticking to old fashion Rapcore roots. Nostalgically, the depth and gritty intensity right from the start feels as though Rage Against The Machine and Limp Bizkit crossed paths and birthed a band that is ready to take their 90’s influence into our modern-day. The track wastes no time and bursts into a packed party-hardy punch of metal and electrifying madness over lyrics that cut straight to the heart and leave no trace of remorse for the party on the other end. Abounding with balls to the wall emotion and lyrical extremities, Xombie is a focused Rapcore bulldog out for blood over “Might As Well”.
Reveling in their own unique style, Xombie is a fresh breath of air and an earsplitting dose of musical experimentation that will ring a bell in the ears and minds of a variety of listeners worldwide. Although we highly recommend that you dive deep into Xombie’s three EP discography, be on the lookout for Xombie’s fourth album, ‘Super Cell’, which is set to blast off and release in June 2017.