Stepping on the throttle once more, ‘Nova’ is the third single to come from Killbox’s ‘Devine Profits’ album, setting an explosive scene for the seismic LP’s eventual release. With tracks ‘Epicentre’ and ‘Mutiny’ standing as its first chaotic building blocks, both Ed Rush and Audio have shown their combined might is still as strong years on from the pairing's climatic showcase. They prove they're back on Ram and they’re here to take no prisoners
With a typically cutthroat composition, ‘Nova’ focuses on more crashing, dancefloor twists and pulsing LFOs which bubble throughout the mix. Their aim is to take you into the depths of club land through their sounds, something they do with expert precision. Killbox delivers a hefty blow for another round with ‘Nova’, signalling that the coming ‘Devine Profits’ package is set to be a fiery follow up to their 2018 offering 'Pleasure Palace'. However, considering their combined histories, this was only to be expected from such a seminal pairing.