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Hard-hitting and darkly charismatic -based singer, and producer, Mike’s Dead, has finally given his ever expanding, 1 million- fanbase, a long awaited taste of new music today with the release of brand new single “” (listen here) and it’s accompanying music video.


The new song is his first in over months – an unusually long time for the prolific artist and his rabid to wait between releases – and marks a sonic shift that sees embrace the influences of the and he grew on (Nine Inch Nails, Limp Bizkit, and Linkin Park). “SICK” is the lead single from his upcoming ‘ EP’, which will be self-released in April.
Speaking on his latest track and his upcoming EP, Mike’s Dead shares
“I’m so excited to finally release all this s**t. We’ve been working on this for 8-9 months now and I think the are gunna love it. I wrote “SICK” about all the fake friends in LA & the industry which is a primary narrative throughout the ‘ EP’. I think a lot of people will be able to relate since there’s been so much chaos & bullshit this year… we’re all of something at this point”   
Combining elements of legendary nu-metal/ groups such as Rammstein, Nine Inch Nails, Limp Bizkit & with modern trap and elements,  singer & producer, Mike’s Dead, has paved his own lane as a multifaceted artist. Launching his brand in June of 2018, he quickly amassed over 1 million followers across social platforms leading to over 15 million streams on his music in his first two years.
Growing just outside of Washington D.C., he dropped out of college and at the age of 20, moved to to study audio engineering and music production. After years of work, he crafted his unique sound; blending elements of with crushing bass lines and elaborate synth work. Vocally, he combines hard lyrics matched with raw emotion and ghostly melodies. With successful headlining tours under his belt and a “cult-like” fanbase at his side, we see an exciting future for Mike as he rolls out his new sound & inevitably his first in 2021.




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