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Amphetamine Virus

Amphetamine Virus

Amphetamine Virus


Amphetamine Virus is the Breakcore/Darkstep project of MDS. He's toured the US Midwest, East Coast and West Coast and regularly tears up underground venues of the Pacific Northwest. Amphetamine Virus has roc'd parties by Reactionary, Backwards Records NW, Konkrete Jungle, Wrecked, From The Gut, and more. His music is featured on compilations, releases, & distro by D-Trash, Tympanik, Lost Compound, Reactionary, KillerCore.org and Backwards Records NW. Read more on Last.fm
Amphetamine Virus is the Breakcore/Darkstep project of MDS. He's toured the US Midwest, East Coast and West Coast and regularly tears up underground venues of the Pacific Northwest. Amphetamine Virus has roc'd parties by Reactionary, Backwards Records NW, Konkrete Jungle, Wrecked, From The Gut, and more. His music is featured on compilations, releases, & distro by D-Trash, Tympanik, Lost Compound, Reactionary, KillerCore.org and Backwards Records NW.

Live sets of his original tracks peppered with remixes of Moshpit, Syphilis Sauna, Rage Against The Machine and more bring parties to hurricane status. MDS played in several industrial bands before going out on his own to pursue making his hectic kind of dance music rooted in Drum N Bass, Metal, Hardcore, and Hip Hop. A member of digital hardcore project Black Pill Book, he also makes a new kind of Hip Hop/Breakbeat music as DSP Ninja. Some of the acts Amphetamine Virus has shared the stage with include: Drumcorps, Duran Duran Duran, Hecate, Xanopticon, Borgore, CDatakill, Baseck, Drowning Pool, Not Breathing, Rabbit Junk, Starkey, Vytear, Fanu, Noisex and more. Read more on Last.fm.

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