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#NEWGOREORDER offers 13 raucous salvos from EDM enfant terrible Borgore—a set of peak-time festival bangers as incendiary as can be. Filthy dubstep and trap beats are topped with our host singing about getting faded and naked. Guests pop in too. Miley Cyrus leads the naughty low-end-loaded sing-along on "Decisions," and fellow Israeli Adi Ulmansky coos on the surprisingly sweet complextro shooter "Kill Them All." But at its core, this 'Gorefest is a confessional document of what life is like for a sex 'n' money-obsessed bass music superstar.

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An Absolute CANCER to Electronic Music

I have never listened to a horribly composed album than this one before. Similar' to DJ Carnage's style of "Festival Trap" it's just repetitive beats, dull drops, and annoying lyrics that would only impress people who are into Borgore for the ridiculous antics he does. First you ruined Dubstep and now Trap music. Anything else sir? I hope not, sell out.


Great album, love the mix of sounds. Gotta love the return of gore step


Born: October 20, 1987 in Tel Aviv, Israel

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '10s

A dubstep producer and vocalist irreverent enough to pen a tune called "Act Like a Ho" ("but first do the dishes"), Israeli producer Asaf Borger, aka Borgore, creates a brash, aggressive form of metal-influenced EDM that he refers to as "gorestep." Born and raised in Tel Aviv, Borger played drums in a metal band called Shabira, and began producing tracks and remixes under the Borgore handle toward the end of the 2000s. In 2009, he released two online mixtapes (Goresteps Most Hated and Ice Cream Mixtape)...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Dance, Music, Electronic
  • Released: Jul 07, 2014
  • Parental Advisory

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