Hellish Dubstep

Prime Loops releases Dubstep Reaper sample collection      08/11/12
Hellish Dubstep


Prime Loops has released the Dubstep Reaper sample collection. We can't be bothered to edit the press release they have sent us so we'll just let their publicist describe it in his own inimitable fashion...
Welcome to the Prime Loops dungeon of devious, dastardly and dangerous noise! We held our breath, raced in and gathered as many sounds as we could before getting too scared and running straight out of there - the result is far creepier than any of us could have possibly imagined! It's as if the black spirit of the grim reaper himself was behind the mixing desk for this one, bringing you a whole new brand of Dubstep terror in the form of "Dubstep Reaper"!
Should you dare to look inside you'll find blood-curdling drums, basslines darker than the misty night air, scything synths sharp enough to chop off your ears and horrifying sound effects that'll chill you to your very core. With everything blasting along at Bpm140, these loops will leave dark trails of delicious Dubstep mayhem all over your tracks!
Join the dark forces of the night and find yourself in possession of a powerful new weapon - just don't complain when you find out "Dubstep Reaper" has an evil mind of its own!
Toughen yourself up before trying these loops and one-shots - you're going to need all the strength you can muster to keep these hellish sounds under control!
At 323MB in size, there's enough ammunition in "Dubstep Reaper" to keep your music pulsing with evil energy for millenia - the Reaper has spoken, it's time to turn up the terror!
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