a solid, more 4 to the floor pace DnB groovy song, some awesome ideas in here.
you say you cant think of a good melody in here, in respect to the genre it doesnt really need one. the bassline and subbassline are freaking awesome. The second bassline that you brought in was a great adaption from the first one. Definetly goes with the title IMO, like an FBI agent walks into an underground bar, and shoots a titanium bullet right through the drug dealer's chest, second bassline, the FBI Agent smoothly walks out of the bar while he sets a bomb on the floor and the place goes BOOM.
the sound of the bass is nice and gritty, nice, fuzzy, fat, and well layered. Good job with the synth work for sure. Digging the deep flanger effects, automations were well inserted and executed throughout the track. The rhyhtm of the bass has a great relationship with the resampled break patterns, very groovy. The transition was nice too, the flanger meshes nicely to accentuate the sweet patterns. I like how its much more than a simple kick-drum...kick-drum pattern. Great flow in this track.
I think perhaps the bass or the drums is too abravise, some EQ cuts or lower volumes would be nice to hear so the airy pads can have their room in the mix. The progression on those are worth hearing. Maybe roll off the high trebles on the bass, and use just a tad less compression/exciter on the the drums. I wish I had the technical knowledge so I could specifically point it out :D (I sure could be 'wrong' in a general sense, since its all background jazz anyway)
Maybe more noticeable resonance and cutoff frequency automation in addition to just the transition and break phases of the track, to give the sections a more interesting spice. The actual riff could be more varied to, maybe have some notes slide into each other, or automate the portamento knob. And maybe instead of ending the phrase on Eb, maybe end it on C or Bb every now and then. Anyway no biggie repetition doesnt really bother me in this trk. Repetition in DnB is a good element, but maybe a slight alteration of the theme every 16 bars or so wouldnt hurt.
Another idea that popped into my head while listening to this is a sliced vocal sample of some guy shouting out orders over a walkie talkie or telephone in the intro ;)
Definetly good work for sure! Keep up the GOOD music man. Defintely great chemistry with the rhythmic ideas in here.