Borgore’s music is best listened to in an intricate live setting, where its heavy bass and spectrum of sharp synthesizers are able to reach their full potential, backed by a good sound system and accompanied by an equally stimulating visual experience. Recently, the Israeli dubstep and big room purveyor treated fans to an unforgettable show in Toronto, where he put the venue’s technical aspects to the test.

The performer engendered great fervor among the crowd as the unrelenting setlist, vibrant visual spectacle and quaking speakers coalesced into an eruption of electrifying stimuli. Luckily, a slice of the action was captured in the video above – watch as Borgore drops the Sikdope dubstep flip of their 2014 collaboration “Unicorn Zombie Apocalypse” afore a compelling arrangement of extraterrestrial visuals.

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