Dubstep originators Horsepower Productions are releasing their fourth album soon, with the vinyl sleeves coming hand-wrapped in police tape.
The Benny Ill-led outfit hasn't released an LP since 2010 ('Quest For The Sonic Bounty') but that'll change with the arrival of 'Crooks, Crime & Corruption' on April 29.
As with the majority of their releases since the early 00s, Tempa is the label releasing the 10-track record, apparently influenced by the "group's love of cinema".
Along with fresh tracks, the previously released 'Good Ole Dayz' and 'Justify' feature on the LP with fresh makeovers.
Listen to the eerie and slamming 'Change' below.
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