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On October 12th, 2018,  the mysterious Deathpact released a new single titled “Formality”. After the success of the first EP, “Cipher One,” Deathpact continues pushing boundaries and raising the bar with this hot track full of experimental sounds.
Deathpact’s rise has been fueled by other hard singles like “Danger,” “First Interference” and “Piston“. All of these songs can be found on the Cipher One EP.

To date, Deathpact has over 267,000 monthly listeners on Spotify and has appeared on the Fresh Electronic playlist as well as the Dance Rising Playlist. With the release of “Formality” on October 12, 2018, Deathpact can now be seen on the cover of Spotify’s Dance Rising playlist too.

Formality is one heck of a killer track full of heavy bass and hard kicks. It is grungy, eerie and definitely captures the artists signature sound. Starting out with a quirky vintage sounding skit about money, the song quickly transitions into a midtempo/electro sound that fans have grown familiar with. It is definitely another interesting track from Deathpact, and with it coming so soon after the EP “Cipher One”, we’re left to wonder if there’s another surprise track on the way soon.

Deathpact has a core group of fans going wild in a private channel on discord where they’re uncovering ARG puzzles from version 3.0 of the mysterious Deathpact website https://www.death-pact.com/xOS/ and trying to guess codes to uncover new information and releases from Deathpact. You can join in on that by clicking HERE. Personally, I’ve been having a bit of obsessive fun with it. Can you figure it out?

Overall, we’re digging “Formality” and you can listen to it below.

Keep up-to-date with all things Deathpact by checking out the official website, facebook, twitter, instagram, youtube, spotify and discord.


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