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Warface & D-Sturb will release an album together: Synchronized
Warface’s and D-Sturb’s event Live For This is coming closer and in the last couple of days, both men were hinting at something together. Fans were speculating if it has something to do with the upcoming event, but now the word is out: “A combined D-Sturb & Warface album is a fact.”
Both hardstyle acts were posting mysterious words on their socials in the last few of days, like “Guess What” and “Loading”. After both posted a similar photo of themselves, with a blue and a red circle emoji as a description, fans knew definitely they’re hinting at something together. Then both uploaded a video to explain what it’s all about: “In the last few months we were working really hard with our buddy D-Sturb on our first collaborative album Synchronized. Stay tunes, this will be something special!”, Warface says and adding that the album will already be out next month.
Warface and D-Sturb already worked together on several tracks, such as ‘Open Your Eyes’, ‘Pull The Killswitch’, ‘Drown’ and ‘Focus’. Their collaborations turned out as popular hits within the hardstyle scene and archived spots in the Q-dance Hardstyle Top 100, e.g. ‘Drown’ at #33 in 2018. Besides their hosting for Live For This, the End of Line artists have now joined forces for a whole collaborative production, called Synchronized.
“D-Sturb & Warface album is coming.”
The album Synchronized will be ready for pre-order from 2nd December on and it will be released on 13th December, also as a hard copy CD, on End of Line. That means it’ll come out perfectly in time to get you in the mood for their event Live For This, which will take place in AFAS Live on Saturday, 21th December 2019. The event is already sold out, but you can go to Warface’s and D-Sturb’s socials for more info about them.
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Footage via Instagram page D-Sturb