A versatile producer in his own right, Figure has become known for melding his ultra-heavy signature bass sounds into a whole range of different genres. From his debut Gravity LP and his annual Halloween Monsters series to releasing on Disciple, Never Say Die, and OWSLA, Josh Gard continues to rise in the ranks.

Known for treading outside of his usual dubstep territory on his annual Monsters LP, Figure returns to tell the story of Monsters 9: The Asylum. Once inside, the Doom Music label head introduces listeners to the sinister Dr. Death and Patient 138, who is trying make his escape from The Asylum. Beneath the narrative is an epically flawless sound design that adds to the terror, with an array of beats and tempos to cleverly tell the story of both characters.

Boasting intricate constructions and earth-shattering break downs, The Asylum LP is a 13-track grizzly bass horror with blood-curdling bass wobbles, well-weaved vocal samples, and ferocious break downs. Out now via his very own Doom Music, Figure dares you to step into The Asylum.

Josh Gard aka Figure is also hitting the road on The Bloodbath Tour alongside Megalodon, performing all new and classic material, including the brand new releases from the Monsters 9: The Asylum LP.

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Written by Ryan Morse

I'm probably listening to Bassnectar.