• Bryon Harris

Malxolm Brixkhouse – Phantom

“Phantom” is a high-octane, trap-infused, metal banger that Malxom Brixkhouse flourishes on, showcasing just how popular his unique music can be. Heavy, distorted, and eerie electric guitars drone in harmonic layers for a brief moment before dropping into high-speed melodic shredding accompanied by fat drums and thick pulsing bass.

When Malxom enters with the first chorus he immediately gets you hooked with his trap flow mixed with tinges of punk vocal flair adding the perfect touch to the one-of-a-kind eclectic sound as he raps:

“I came from the mud, I could never fold lil bitch Just look how I come, I’m bouta get dead I’m just tryna show the bitch She came to my show, we roll off the drugs, I don’t even know the bitch We swerving in cars, I’m falling in love, I ain’t even notice it, got nothing to show for it But hundreds in back of a Phantom, aye I feel like a ghost, l’m falling apart with Dirty Diana”

Throughout the song Malxolm delivers a perfect blend infectious bars and harmony laden vocals that give the song a quality that makes you want to listen over and over again. With songs like “Phantom” in his repertoire there is no doubt that Malxolm is an artist to keep an ear on as he rises in the music industry.

About Malxolm Brixhouse

Malxolm Brixkhouse (Née Malcolm Brickhouse) has emerged from his early work with childhood band, the internet sensations, Unlocking The Truth, in order to craft a truly one of a kind project. Even as Unlocking The Truth dissolved and his musical compeers delved into new hobbies and careers, Malxolm Brixkhouse started plotting his musical future. Inspired by the state of young people today, he seeks to document the struggles teens face as they find their way in the world. MalxolmBrixkhouse is intent on crafting a whole new wave of music, a new era of rock and metal that owes just as much to Lil Uzi Vert and Trippie Redd as it does to Linkin Park and Disturbed. The ever productive Brixkhouse now just seeks to create as much music as possible with an aggressive release schedule mapped out that will see him consistently dropping material for months to come. Make no mistake, this is the beginning of a revolution and Malxolm Brixkhouse is inviting you to join him on a quest to bring rock and metal, in an evolved form, right back to the fore of popular music.

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