Love 'em or hate 'em, City Morgue — a.k.a. the taboo-pushing hip-hop duo of ZillaKami and SosMula — are at the front lines of a growing movement that some call "trap-metal" and others, like Zilla himself, consider to be a modern revamp of Slipknot-style nu-metal. The group has racked up millions of YouTube views with their murky, narcotic horrorshow music videos, and after taking a brief digression with the mosh-dominated clip for "Caligula," they're back to their druggy ways in "Nitro Cell," which sees the two partying it up with scantily clad women, motorcycles and pentagram pizza. It looks super fun and super scary at the same time, like Hell's big bash spilled out on Earth. Which is just as Zilla wants it — as he told us late last year, "Me walking around is me trying to get on people's nerves. It's fun. It takes people out of their comfort zone."
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