Code: Pandorum Released the First-Ever High Budget Music Video to a Deathstep Track
Every now and again, we come across an artist who's forward-thinking and innovative process changes the way we look at music. Following the birth of deathstep, Code: Pandorum aimed to make the dubstep sub-genre his own. Recently, the German producer released a music video for his single 'Art of the Devil', marking the first-ever high budget clip that fits the deathstep category in the history of EDM. Trust us, this is only the beginning of the 23-year-old's musical journey and related successes; we can feel it!
Code: Pandorum already has an impressive list of triumphs under his belt. With the release of his God LP, he was able to pave the way for one of his ultimate visions: putting deathstep on the map. Following the LP, his remix album God's Army which features remixes from some of the biggest names in the scene as well as the release of The Lovecraftian Horrors and Videodrome continued to push his aspirations for the sub-genre that much further.
Although Code: Pandorum had released an impressive amount of music at this point, it wasn't until he was featured on acclaimed imprints such as Kannibalen Records and Bassrush and the release of Penumbra EP that skyrocketed him into worldwide recognition. The hardworking artist has performed all over the world, including at Rampage Open Air and Ever After Music Festival.
This year is shaping up to be his most successful to date. The brand new music video is but the mere beginning for what Code: Pandorum has been cooking up! Fans can count on a brand new album dropping early this summer which will feature some killer collaborations. According to his website, "his upcoming 4th studio album is about to set the bar in sound design, atmosphere and mind bending drops once for all."
We absolutely can't wait to see Code: Pandorum continue to grow as an artist and hope to catch one of his performances in a nearby city sometime soon! In the meantime, we'll be playing the 'Art of the Devil' music video on repeat. It's truly a work of art. Be sure to check it out below and let us know your thoughts! On a final note, we'd like to extend our congratulations to Code: Pandorum as he made history with this seriously spooky clip!