QUIX has released his newest single, “Life Long After Death” in collaboration with Adventure Club and badxchannels. To emphasize, “Life Long After Death” is a track with a unique style that brings EDM and rock fans together. That is especially true with the appearance of badxchannels, better known as Craig Owens, the former lead vocalist of post-hardcore band Chiodos.
Likewise, the QUIX collaboration with Adventure Club and badxchannels is another example of artists representing different music genres. Some recent collaborations between EDM and rock include “Why Are We So Broken?” by Steve Aoki and Blink-182 and “Rescue Me” by Marshmello and A Day To Remember.
As soon as badxchannels began singing, the tempo steadily matched with the violins playing in the background. Afterwards, the tempo increased as bass appeared in the mix and accompanied the vocals in rhythm. Suddenly, the song got intense as the drums and synths made their way after the bass dropped.
The vocals provided by badxchannels allowed the song to have some post-hardcore influences. In other words, “Life Long After Death” is an innovative mashup between 2010s dubstep and 2000s emo-rock. This song is especially amazing for drum n’ bass fans who spent their adolescent years enjoying emo-rock music.
Partnership Between QUIX, Adventure Club and badxchannels
The latest single is not the first time that QUIX, Adventure Club, and badxchannels have worked together. In fact, on March 11, Adventure Club brought on badxchannels during their performance at the Hollywood Palladium to perform a rendition of Chiodos’ 2005 single, “The Words ‘Best Friend’ Become Redefined”. During that same concert, both parties tested their collaboration alongside QUIX to the audience.
Regarding badxchannels, his first foray into EDM began last November when he released his single, “I Wanna Be Alone“. As for Adventure Club, they had just recently released a single with Crankdat called “Next Life” and it also features Krewella.