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Skrillex new album Quest For Fire is due out later this week

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Skrillex has announced that ‘Quest For Fire’, his new album, will be released later this week. The EDM artist has been talking about a follow up record since releasing his debut album ‘Recess’ in 2014.

He announced the release of at least two new albums in May 2022, and he hinted at a double album to launch in 2023. Subsequently, Skrillex released a number of singles.

After his comeback with “Rumble”, Skrillex released “Way Back”, a collaborative effort with PinkPantheress and Trippie Redd.

Skrillex new album Quest for Fire
Skrillex new album Quest for Fire

Of Bobby Rapshe collaborated on “Leave Me Like This”, “Real Spring” and “Xena”, with Palestinian singer and composer Nai Barghouti, among others.

Skrillex announced yesterday (February 11) the imminent release of its new album “Quest For Fire”. (February 17). During a DJ set in the basement, he also hinted at some of the music.

Many fans assumed this was the track listing for “Quest For Fire” when Skrillex provided a list of track names and collaborations in the video description.

In addition to the already released songs “Rumble”, “Xena” and “Leave Me Like This”, it also included the 2021 singles, “Butterflies” featuring Four Tet and Starrah, “Too Bizarre” featuring Swae Lee and Siiickbrain, and “Supersonic (My Existence)” with Noisia, Josh Pan and Dylan Brady of the 100 Gecs.

In addition, Skrillex hinted at possible collaborations with Missy Elliott and Porter Robinson Peter Wentz from Fall Out Boy for “Warped Tour ’05.” For his other project, “DGTC”, Skrillex has not yet announced a release date.

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During his three secret gigs in London, Skrillex teased more unheard music, saying in January that his recent hiatus from the music industry was due to 2022 being “the toughest year of my life” when he “felt no motivation and purpose for the first time.”

“For the first time in 4-5 years I have found a new sense of peace. It took so much work and sacrifice to get here,” he added.

“The support you’ve all shown over the years means a lot to the world and I’ll continue to work on myself and not end up in a situation where I have to cancel / abscond shows.”

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