Ahead of his special guest appearance opening for Code Orange on the Philadelphia date of the highly touted metallic-hardcore band's New Reality Tour, extreme metal–inspired rapper Ghostemane has dropped a new collaborative track, the throbbing, hypnotic "Stick Out," with Miami-based MC Pouya. The two have a long history of working together, notably on the underground smash "1000 Rounds," the raucous music video to which has 8 million views and counting. Pouya teased the new track, which was produced by Mikey the Magician, earlier this month via Twitter; it's part of a full mixtape with Ghostemane, who also has a "black-metal/depressive doom" project called Baader-Meinhof. For his part, Pouya may not be opening for any metal bands in the immediate future, but he has made a habit of playing System of a Down's "Chop Suey" at his live shows over the years.
"Stick Out" is available to stream and download here.