ShockOne & The Bloody Beetroots Bring the Doom in 'Run' Video: Exclusive



One, two, ShockOne's coming for you. Three, four, you'll be screaming for more. Five, six, Bloody Beetroots in the mix.

Australian producer ShockOne has a real screamer of a lead single for his fothcoming album A Dark Machine. His sophomore LP takes inspiration from classic scifi and horror soundtracks by Giorgio Moroder, Vangelis and John Carpenter, and that eery, thrilling presence is felt on "Run." 

It's a doom-bearing display of harsh synth, stabbing textures and mosh-pit bass. With co-production from The Bloody Beetroots, it's got that classic electro-punk slasher feel that's sure to put the taste of bloody metal in your mouth. The single is paired with a highly-cinematic, vaguely-frightening music video, directed by Matsu. 

"Run" featuring The Bloody Beetroots is out today on Monstercat. A Dark Machine is out in full Thursday, Aug. 1. Meanwhile, The Bloody Beetroots' latest EP Heavy is out now on Fuzz O Rama, in case you need more thrashin' electro jams asap.

Watch the official music video for "Run" below, exclusively on Billboard Dance.


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