Forbidden Society returns with more bruising music. The genre hopping Czech artist follows up on his sub shaking dubstep release, the ‘Subworld EP’, with a dark drum & bass track built for those sweaty clubs we all know and love. His latest track is just the latest addition to his ever-growing discography of bass-laden releases. Every time he explores deeper into his gritty sound, unconcerned with genre constraints, he produces only quality electronic music.

For his latest forthcoming release, he turns his head to the head spinning world of drum & bass, delivering a gloomy cut with ‘Don’t Push Me’. Featuring the much sought-after vocals from T-Man they align their shared vision in this brooding cut. Deep droning bass tones rumble the track to its core, working in unison with the stripped back drums. Forbidden Society’s murky undertones provide the shadowy backdrop for T-Man’s upfront vocals giving the beat a moody attitude that’s sure to turn raver’s heads. Another expert alignment with an MC, following his previous collaborations with both MC Coppa and Killa P.

So now it’s time to strap those speakers down and get set for another bruising Forbidden Society masterclass in drum & bass.