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Anime Pillz – 'Would You Even Notice It’

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An enigmatic artist delivering rough-and-ready alt-rap anthems, Anime Pillz is a truly unique force in modern music. Armed with a diverse style that blends rap, rock, and metal into one cataclysmic sound, Anime Pillz has been taking this year by storm, and it’s all thanks to heartfelt and raucous tracks like ‘Would You Even Notice It’.

Taken from his debut album ‘Music For A Lonely Drive On A Cold Day’, Anime Pillz latest cut is a powerful example of his sound, capturing a bold, raw aesthetic and fierce creative spirit that will impress even the most stubborn of alt-rap fans. Inspired by bands and artists such as Lil Peep, XXXTentacion, and Horsehead, Anime Pillz has created a sound that shines with authenticity and a true underground edge.

Built on a string of textured audio snippets, dark, semi-industrial tones, and drifting, isolated vocals, ‘Would You Even Notice It’ tackles depression and suicide head on, layering an eclectic storm of sounds to make its mark. Slow, paced, and constantly shifting, the track is a perfect reflection of Anime Pillz’s sound, creating a defiant, emotive, and ultimately rewarding track that navigates the rough, often chaotic, struggles we all face from time to time.

Available now on Spotify and Soundcloud, and as part of our official Spotify playlist for 2022, ‘Just A Dream’ is a dark alt-rap gem from Anime Pillz, and it cements him as one of the modern music’s most promising new talents.

Alongside the new single, you can also stream ‘Music For A Lonely Drive On A Cold Day’ in full on Anime Pillz’s Spotify page, and don’t forget to give him a follow on Twitter and Instagram so you never miss a release.

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