Figure Returns To Kannibalen Records With “Does Not Compute”

Figure Returns To Kannibalen Records With “Does Not Compute”
Brian Bonavoglia

Ahh, what a great day it is to be sharing new music from the one and only Figure! Making his way over to Kannibalen Records to make his triumphant return, the horror aficionado unleashes his fury once again with a monstrous new tune that goes by the name of “Does Not Compute.”

Considering we’re talking about one of bass music’s true powerhouses when it comes to releases, Kannibalen’s latest is a gut-wrenching, sci-fi inspired barrage of bass that only the sick and twisted mind of Figure could engineer.

Turn those speakers up to max volume and check out Figure’s “Does Not Compute” by smashing that play button below!

Figure – Does Not Compute | Download |

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Brian Bonavoglia

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