It’s been a little over half a year since we’ve heard new original music from Carnage, after dropping a new album and single, “El Diablo.” He revealed in an op-ed on Billboard that the deaths of Avicii and Mac Miller forced him to look at how he was treating his body and mind and decided to take the last few months off.

But now, he’s back.

“I’m ready to make my next step into changing music forever,” he says. “This Friday I will be taking my next leap, ‘Letting People Go’ featuring PRINZE GEORGE […] this is my favorite record I have ever made.”

Carnage’s post on Twitter goes on to thank individuals who helped him take risks, including A-Trak, Borgore, Tiesto, and Timmy Trumpet.

“‘Letting People Go’ was the first of many songs we made together over the past year,” wrote PRINZE GEORGE on Instagram, “and the beginning of a real creative relationship and friendship that has been the driving force behind any music we’ve made over the past three months. We’re all tired, we’ve all lost people close to us recently…but @carnage is like ‘hey, come to the studio, let’s get to work.’ You can’t function without someone like that.”

“Letting People Go” will likely allude to the deaths of many of Carnage’s friends in 2018. It’s out everywhere on Friday.


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