A Strong song. Excellent use of the aggressive dubstep feel. Of course being an old fan the the show i'd love the voice samples but what i really like is how you matched the Background to the voice samples very noticeable at 1.12.
OOOOH! So close man.
Bro..i've done some dubstep in my time and i gotta say only the following.
TRACK NEEDS A DROP!
Whatever starts at 0:32 is NOT A DROP (but your fucken close bro)
I know that it sounds intimidating...but its possible...with practice (which also sounds kind of intimidating)
Try implementing things like Risers, maybe some whitenoise risers or steady pitch shifters..
In my opinion a good element for a drop in this particular track would be a heavy Reverb kick.
But thats my opinion.
The main element is quite catchy so you may wanna keep it as it is. (but change it up a bit for good measure)
But since this is a finished project...maybe you could implement all of the stuff that ive mentioned here for future production.
Food For Thought.
While I deeply appreciate your input, I strongly disagree. sure other artists use elements such as those you've mentioned to compliment their drops, but by no means does that define it. I've used all your elements before on several tracks, but as I said, it certainly does not define a drop. every song is, and should always be, unique.
thanks for listening.
Sweet stuff! This is insane.
Such a great combination of a happy song, with such crazy evil wobbs'.
Lol thank you :)