BLAQOUT Unleashes “Infernal Wrath” As Next Single Ahead of Massive LA Concert Garden of Eden Festival

278e0c52 c79c 4370 9964 28ace6abeede

BLAQOUT EDM Producer from Kansas City, USA announces “Infernal Wrath” as his next single to be released on September 20th, 2023 which is 10 days prior to his appearance at the grand LA festival Garden of Eden. BLAQOUT creates soundscapes that are sure to rattle your brain and keep you wanting more. Residing in the United States, BLAQOUT aims to change the way you think about dubstep. His hard-hitting, in-your-face sound has garnered recognition from familiar names such as Excision, Zeds Dead, Borgore, Illenium and NGHTMRE.

Renowned for his high-energy performances and unique soundscapes, dubstep maestro Blaqout is set to drop his latest single, “Infernal Wrath” on September 20th – a testament to the raw, unbridled energy that defines his musical prowess. Rooted in anger and channeled through Blaqout’s signature style, “Infernal Wrath” promises to be a sonic journey that douses listeners in fiery basslines and explosive drops. The track weaves emotion with electronic precision, ensuring it’s not just heard, but deeply felt.

Blaqout, no stranger to the EDM spotlight with previous hits and monumental performances, describes the track as “a musical manifestation of rage, energy, and passion. Every beat, every drop, is designed to stir something powerful within.” Mere days after this massive release, Blaqout is also gearing up to electrify the stage at the Garden Of Eden Festival on September 30th. Attendees can anticipate a thrilling set where “Infernal Wrath” will surely be a centerpiece, resonating with thousands under the desert sky.

“Infernal Wrath” single details –
● Title: Infernal Wrath
● Release Date: September 20, 2023
● Stream Here:

Fans, fellow artists, and critics alike are all eagerly awaiting the drop. Mark your calendars and brace yourself for an audio experience that is bound to set the music world aflame.

Follow BLAQOUT here –

Advertising disclosure: We may receive compensation for some of the links in our stories. Thank you for supporting LA Weekly and our advertisers.