Metal meets Drum & Bass when Zardonic takes on Skarlett Riot's latest single

Although it's seemingly been quiet in the Skarlet Riot camp since their latest album release, truth is they've been working non-stop on brand ner music. The first result that arrived was the long-awaited single 'Human' that was released in March 20th.

Now 'Human' has gotten the remix treatment from the one and only Zardonic. Keeping the same emotional atmosphere, Zardonicswitches it up replacing heavy riffs with massive low-end and fast-paced percussions that you would expect from this production mastermind. Although coming from two very different backgrounds drum & bass and metal once again proves that one plus one equals three.

"Working with Despotz Records is a pleasure because everything they release is amazing, and Skarlett Riot is no exception. I am thrilled to be able to provide another remix for them. Human is a song that resonated with me on a very deep level. I think this is a message that we all need to remember. We're all Human, and we have nothing but ourselves to count on. Hopefully more artists will remind us of that value. I hope you enjoy this remix that I am giving you from the deepest of my human self." // Zardonic

"We're excited to be working with Zardonic again, he did a great job of remixing for us previously so we were stoked to have him work on 'Human' with us this time round. We love this version. Have a listen!" // Skarlett Riot

Skarlett Riot

After the success of their second album 'Regenerate', the hard-hitting UK quartet Skarlett Riot reinforced their interest from far and wide. With 'Regenerate' the band introduced their listeners to a harder, heavier and faster sound, but still driven by the anthemic hooks that have kept Skarlett Riot at the forefront of the UK modern metal scene. The band have constantly developed and honed their craft; and the band are in comfortable in their darker and heavier guise, with elements of Asking Alexandria, In This Moment and Bullet for My Valentine shining through; opening up all new possibilities for the band.

Having wowed audiences at Download Festival, earning a 4KKKK live review from KERRANG!, Leeds and Reading Festival, Metal Female Voices Festival, Bloodstock, Hard Rock Hell, Camden Rocks, Steelhouse, Takedown, Giants Of Rock, S.O.S and a host of other festivals, SKARLETT RIOT have also shared stages with the likes of Funeral For A Friend, Butcher Babies, Deaf Havana, The Darkness, Wednesday 13, Heaven’s Basement, Kamelot, Gus G, Devilskin, Hammerfall, Glamour Of The Kill, Leaves’ Eyes, Symo Cyco, Black Spiders, plus many more.


Born and raised in Venezuela and defying both the UK-centric focus of Drum & Bass and the anti-electronic cultism of Metal music,Zardonic’s musical mission is to stir the sonic melting pot, to blend and cultivate a sound that resonates with music fans who worship energy above all else. Zardonic uses his mask and his tendency for pummelling, cross-genre beats to both visually and audibly create alternative perspectives on what music can be. His music covers a dearth of atmospheres and as snarling riffs surge through dancefloor orientated bangers, more contemplative cuts lie in the background providing depth and melancholic ambience.

With features and remixes from Celldweller, Evol Intent, The Qemists, Dub Elements and more, both long plays represent Zardonic’s overwhelming presence in not one but two international music communities. His track ‘Bring It On’ with Mikey Rukus was used as the official theme for the NBCSN World Series of Fighting and he’s also remixed Bullet For My Valentine and Nine Inch Nails. Zardonic has headlined events in 40 countries, such as a headline set at the legendary Japanese Metal festival Loud Park, held at the 35,000 capacity Saitama Super Arena. 2019 saw fifteen years of Zardonic, nearly seven million streams on Spotify and three nominations in the prestigious Drum & Bass Arena Awards.

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