Without question, Dutch DJ/producer Angerfist is among the biggest names in 21st century hardcore techno. His unrelentingly extreme tracks feature seriously distorted kick drums pounding apart at around 150 or 160 BPM, menacing sawtooth synthesizer melodies, and intense examples or shouted vocals. Quickly recognizable by his white hockey cover up and dark hoodie, Danny Masseling provides appeared at just about any major hardcore celebration and obtained a widespread worldwide group of fans. In concert, he’s joined up with by MC Prozac (Minne Roos). Masseling was created in 1981 and started creating music as an adolescent. He delivered a demonstration to infamous gabber manufacturer DJ Hype Fuzz, who began a label known as BZRK Information. Masseling began launching music as Menace II Culture on BZRK in 2002, with various other EPs being released by different brands under the brands Child Morbid and Angerfist the same season. While produces under many of these brands made a direct effect for the hardcore picture, he set up Angerfist as his primary persona, and immediately became a favorite live act. Many Angerfist EPs continuing on Experts of Hardcore, and by enough time double-CD/Dvd movie Pissin’ Razorbladez found its way to 2006, he was the first choice from the newstyle, or mainstream, hardcore picture. Another double-CD, Mutilate, found its way to 2008, released by an effective live event. Further EPs and blend CDs adopted, and Angerfist started showing up on DJ Magazine’s annual Best 100 list, a rarity for just about any hardcore DJ. Triple-CD Retaliate made an appearance in 2011; unlike the first two Angerfist albums, that one was written by Cloud 9 Dance, so that it wasn’t as difficult to find as his earlier produces. The Deadfaced Dimensions, another triple-CD, adopted in 2014, accompanied by double-CD Increase & Revolt in 2015.