Exclusive Premiere: TORONTO IS BROKEN’s Fierce Metalcore, Drum and Bass, Industrial Single “Martyrs” (feat. Sebotage)


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Toronto Is Broken’s latest single “Martyrs” (feat. Sebotage) is a brutal fusion of drum and bass, metal, and industrial rock. Featuring a brutal vocal performance from Sebotage covering provocative lyrics, “Martyrs” is a turbulent single with an ominous atmosphere.

Questioning the status quo the track is an intensely rich composition from start to finish showcasing Toronto Is Broken’s skills in utterly destroying genre boundaries. “Martyrs” also features engineering and guitar work from George Lever. Are you at a metal concert or a rave? Is this midtempo or nu metal? Or both? 

Christian Hoffmann, better known as Toronto Is Broken, is a British DJ and producer based in Leicestershire. Christian Hoffmann’s initial venture into the world of music started out with a guitar whilst at school, and after various attempts to attract bands with his passion, he went on a solo mission to produce electronic music inspired by Enter Shikari’s first album Take to the Skies. Several years of work and perseverance later, Christian went on to be picked up by the UK bass label Sub Slayers, run by former Kiss FM and RAM Records president Jay Cunning. His first release The Move It EP received high praise and featured “Spirit Song 2012,” played by everyone from Paul Oakenfold to Sub Focus. “Spirit Song 2012” was also used as the main piece in the Arcadia Spectacular show at festivals all over the world.

Sebotage is a London based vocalist, occasional DJ, and owner of the self-titled clothing brand Sebotage LDN, which channels the language of the rave into their designs. With a passion for all things drum and bass, his flow ranges from hip-hop inspired spoken word and storytelling to the high energy punch of vocal work inspired by Rage Against the Machine and Linkin Park. With releases on FiXT, YANA Music, and Breeze Recs under his belt and working with artists such as Toronto Is Broken and Kaizah, Sebotage is not slowing down and not fitting himself into a particular style.

“Martyrs” (feat. Sebotage) is out now on all platforms from FiXT.