Artist: Figure
Other Artists: Bare, Messinian, Alex Sin, Phrenik, Oscillator Z, Dr. Ozi, Proe, Tommy Lee, J. Rabbit, Ariok
Genre: Dubstep, Drumstep, Drum & Bass
Release Date:October 16th, 2012

Small-town producer Josh Gard has had a long history in music, but lately he has been rapidly rising up the ranks of all things bass. Just a few short years ago he donned the name of Figure and began making electro house, and he has since become a regular name in the realms of dubstep and drumstep. Scoring positions in Beatport’s top ten charts may have gotten him recognition, but a fantastic amount of praise has been raining down on him lately as some of the leading artists in electronic music have valued his live performance skills as some of the best in the business. It’s...       read more


Doom Music is the imprint of dubstep/drumstep producer Figure.

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Monsters Vol. 3
Released October 16th, 2012
Music | Drumstep | Figure

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About This Release:

EDM Master-of-Horror Figure is releasing the 3rd volume of his wildly popular Monsters series at his favorite time of year. The follow up to his chart-topping Monsters of Drumstep Vols. 1 & 2 releases, this full-length LP mixes up a sub-slaughter potion of gruesome proportions as the essential EDM soundtrack for the Halloween season. Monsters Volume 3 is a set of 15 spooky tracks spanning the heavy electronic genres and including collaborations with Tommy Lee and Bare as well as remixes from the likes of J.Rabbit, Oscillator Z, Alex Sin, Dr. Ozi, and Phrenik.

Rating in at a 10 on the Richter Scale is "Pounds of Blood" featuring MÖTLEY CRÜE's Tommy Lee on live drums while fan-favorite dance floor slayer "Michael Myers is Dead" finds it way to stores for the first time. All new-original "The Grave Yard" bashes headstones while banging heads with a screaming electro beat. "The Corpse Grinders" slips in with a sinister sound, but rapidly churns the blood in the traditional Figure style fans have come to crave. "The Creep", featuring vocals by underground sensation PROE, whines away a monster's lullaby with grimy vocals, as a dapperly styled "Jack The Ripper" swaggers up, quickly to be unmasked in a sinister collaboration with Bare. Each track's personality peels back another layer of skin in the heavy bass arena, leaving the listener exposed to the horrors of the night once silence returns.

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