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Playlist of The Qemists

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  • The Qemists - Run You

    4:23

    Run You is the first single taken from The Qemists’ forthcoming album Warrior Sound. Pre-order Warrior Sound now and get Run You as an instant grat...

    Catch The Qemists on tour...

    28th October Electrowerkz, London (Live Show)
    10th November St Brieuc, France (Live Show)
    12th November Brno, Czech Repubic (Live Show)
    13th November Prague, Czech Republic (Live Show)
    17th November Poitiers, France La Maison des Etudiants (MDE) (Live Show)
    18th November Paris, France LE GLAZART (Live Show)
    19th November Les Cuizines, France (Live Show)
    25th November St Petersburg, Russia Club Opera (Live Show)
    26th November Moscow, Russia Club Volta (Live Show)

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    Video by VideoInk.

  • The Qemists - Warrior Sound

    3:54

    Purchase/Stream 'Warrior Sound':


    The Qemists are, in many ways, something of a Qonundrum. They’re rock kids seduced by the dancefloor, dance kids equally happy playing live instruments or building tracks on the computer, drum & bass aficionados who believe their hurtling breakbeats sound best under big muscular metallic guitar riffs.

    On paper, such a sound clash seems like a train wreck in the making. However, pumped as loud as your speakers will allow, or booming through the PA at one of their live shows, The Qemists make glorious sense. Their fearless genre-mashing has already garnered them a sizable following across the globe, scoring a previous number one album in Japan and playing to audiences of over half a million people in Poland.

    Warrior Sound has seen the band grow from three to five members, but The Qemists also continue to broaden their sound by teaming up with a diverse range of artists, including Hacktivist on the brilliant up-tempo anthem Jungle. The album also features collaborations with Japanese metallers, Crossfaith, whose singer Kenta Koie features on Anger and UK grime MC Ghetts on No Respect.

    Now a band of five brothers - Dan Arnold, Bruno Balanta, Liam Black, Leon Harris and Olly Simmons, The Qemists are a real live tour de force. Proof of this has been seen on recent tours with Korn and Enter Shikari, one off shows with the likes of Skindred, and stand-out festival performances at Download, Breakout and Butserfest.

    The band are now primed and ready to unleash their latest album, Warrior Sound, which binds their respective influences & styles together naturally into one progressively cohesive and solid sound. In short, The Qemists have finally arrived.

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  • The Qemists - S.W.A.G.

    3:24

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    Taken from The Qemists' 'S.W.A.G' - released 7 September 2009 on Ninja Tune

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    Directed, Produced, Edited and Art Directed by Nathan Seabrook and Tai Thittichai

    Director of Photograpy - Nathan Seabrook
    Animation Direction - Tai Thittichai

    Asst Director - Adam Ryzman

    Lighting Design - Matt Pitman and Nathan Seabrook
    Programmer and Key Grip - Matt Pitman

    Asst animator and Grip - Phill Wilson

    Hair and Make up - Andriani Vasiliou

    Gaffers - Tom Andrews and Ryan Rodrigues

    Thanks to Nicky, Huw, Mike, Tony and Alex at the NT, Paul at Stage Electrics
    Steve, Simon, Fattey, and Ben

  • The Qemists - Stompbox HD

    5:23

    Re-Upload of The Qemists - Stompbox in HD

    All rights and respects to the Owners/creators of this music.
    I DO NOT take/leech/recieve the right to promote this as my own, I uploaded this years ago simply for the love of The Qemists material.
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  • Zardonic - Takeover ft. The Qemists

    4:18

    Zardonic - Takeover [Official Music Video]

    New album Become OUT NOW!
    Get it here: smarturl.it/Zardonic_Become

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    Music video by Zardonic performing Takeover (Official Music Video). 2019 Entertainment One U.S., LP

  • The Qemists

    3:55

    Video for The Qemists 'Take It Back', featuring Enter Shikari
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    New album “The Mindsweep” out NOW:
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    Taken from The Qemists new record 'Spirit In The System' (iTunes: More info and tour dates at

    'Take It Back' is released as a download single on 4th April and features a VIP Remix and a remix from The Prototypes.

    The video features all members of Enter Shikari and The Qemists and has a post-apocalyptic style setting, being filmed in an abandoned shopping centre in NW London complete with decaying food, smashed windows, pigeons and abandoned coffee cups. The destruction is real - both bands smashed up whatever they could find to create the perfect atmosphere.

    Director - Stuart Birchall
    Production - You Know Ltd

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  • The Qemists - Run You

    4:23

    Purchase/Stream 'Warrior Sound':


    The Qemists are, in many ways, something of a Qonundrum. They’re rock kids seduced by the dancefloor, dance kids equally happy playing live instruments or building tracks on the computer, drum & bass aficionados who believe their hurtling breakbeats sound best under big muscular metallic guitar riffs.

    On paper, such a sound clash seems like a train wreck in the making. However, pumped as loud as your speakers will allow, or booming through the PA at one of their live shows, The Qemists make glorious sense. Their fearless genre-mashing has already garnered them a sizable following across the globe, scoring a previous number one album in Japan and playing to audiences of over half a million people in Poland.

    Warrior Sound has seen the band grow from three to five members, but The Qemists also continue to broaden their sound by teaming up with a diverse range of artists, including Hacktivist on the brilliant up-tempo anthem Jungle. The album also features collaborations with Japanese metallers, Crossfaith, whose singer Kenta Koie features on Anger and UK grime MC Ghetts on No Respect.

    Now a band of five brothers - Dan Arnold, Bruno Balanta, Liam Black, Leon Harris and Olly Simmons, The Qemists are a real live tour de force. Proof of this has been seen on recent tours with Korn and Enter Shikari, one off shows with the likes of Skindred, and stand-out festival performances at Download, Breakout and Butserfest.

    The band are now primed and ready to unleash their latest album, Warrior Sound, which binds their respective influences & styles together naturally into one progressively cohesive and solid sound. In short, The Qemists have finally arrived.

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  • Crevasse

    4:19

    Provided to YouTube by TuneCore

    Crevasse · The Qemists

    Crevasse

    ℗ 2019 Be Electric Media

    Released on: 2019-04-12

    Composer Lyricist: Daniel Arnold
    Songwriter: Daniel Arnold
    Composer Lyricist: Leon Harris
    Songwriter: Leon Harris
    Composer Lyricist: Liam Black
    Songwriter: Liam Black
    Composer Lyricist: Oliver Simmons
    Songwriter: Oliver Simmons

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  • The Qemists - S.W.A.G

    3:24

    music video for the single 'S.W.A.G' taken from the album 'Join The Q'

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  • Zardonic - Takeover

    4:09

  • The Qemists - New Design

    3:55

    Purchase/Stream 'Warrior Sound':


    The Qemists are, in many ways, something of a Qonundrum. They’re rock kids seduced by the dancefloor, dance kids equally happy playing live instruments or building tracks on the computer, drum & bass aficionados who believe their hurtling breakbeats sound best under big muscular metallic guitar riffs.

    On paper, such a sound clash seems like a train wreck in the making. However, pumped as loud as your speakers will allow, or booming through the PA at one of their live shows, The Qemists make glorious sense. Their fearless genre-mashing has already garnered them a sizable following across the globe, scoring a previous number one album in Japan and playing to audiences of over half a million people in Poland.

    Warrior Sound has seen the band grow from three to five members, but The Qemists also continue to broaden their sound by teaming up with a diverse range of artists, including Hacktivist on the brilliant up-tempo anthem Jungle. The album also features collaborations with Japanese metallers, Crossfaith, whose singer Kenta Koie features on Anger and UK grime MC Ghetts on No Respect.

    Now a band of five brothers - Dan Arnold, Bruno Balanta, Liam Black, Leon Harris and Olly Simmons, The Qemists are a real live tour de force. Proof of this has been seen on recent tours with Korn and Enter Shikari, one off shows with the likes of Skindred, and stand-out festival performances at Download, Breakout and Butserfest.

    The band are now primed and ready to unleash their latest album, Warrior Sound, which binds their respective influences & styles together naturally into one progressively cohesive and solid sound. In short, The Qemists have finally arrived.

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  • The Qemists - Take It Back feat. Enter Shikari

    3:55

    Taken from The Qemists 'Take It Back' - released 4 April 2011 on Ninja Tune.

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    Download Ninja Jamm, the new remix app from Ninja Tune, FREE via the App Store:

  • The Qemists - Push The Line

    3:55

    Purchase/Stream 'Warrior Sound':


    The Qemists are, in many ways, something of a Qonundrum. They’re rock kids seduced by the dancefloor, dance kids equally happy playing live instruments or building tracks on the computer, drum & bass aficionados who believe their hurtling breakbeats sound best under big muscular metallic guitar riffs.

    On paper, such a sound clash seems like a train wreck in the making. However, pumped as loud as your speakers will allow, or booming through the PA at one of their live shows, The Qemists make glorious sense. Their fearless genre-mashing has already garnered them a sizable following across the globe, scoring a previous number one album in Japan and playing to audiences of over half a million people in Poland.

    Warrior Sound has seen the band grow from three to five members, but The Qemists also continue to broaden their sound by teaming up with a diverse range of artists, including Hacktivist on the brilliant up-tempo anthem Jungle. The album also features collaborations with Japanese metallers, Crossfaith, whose singer Kenta Koie features on Anger and UK grime MC Ghetts on No Respect.

    Now a band of five brothers - Dan Arnold, Bruno Balanta, Liam Black, Leon Harris and Olly Simmons, The Qemists are a real live tour de force. Proof of this has been seen on recent tours with Korn and Enter Shikari, one off shows with the likes of Skindred, and stand-out festival performances at Download, Breakout and Butserfest.

    The band are now primed and ready to unleash their latest album, Warrior Sound, which binds their respective influences & styles together naturally into one progressively cohesive and solid sound. In short, The Qemists have finally arrived.

    Follow FiXT:
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  • The Qemists - Anger feat. Kenta Koie of Crossfaith

    3:33

    Anger featuring Kenta Koie from Crossfaith is the second single taken from The Qemists’ forthcoming album Warrior Sound.

    Check out the official video for 'JUNGLE' feat. HACKTIVIST


    Check out the official video for 'RUN YOU'



    Video by Boxcat



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  • The Qemists - Hurt Less

    3:48

    Taken from The Qemists' album 'Spirit In The System' - released 16 August 2010 on Ninja Tune.

    Buy at the Ninjashop:
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  • The Qemists - Jungle

    3:40

    Following on from tours with Enter Shikari and Crossfaith, plus a slew of summer festivals across Europe, The Qemists release new single, Jungle, featuring none other than the mighty Hacktivist. Check out the explosive video by Video Ink.

    Jungle is the third single from The Qemists' album Warrior Sound, which is available to buy now:

    Catch The Qemists on tour...

    28th October Electrowerkz, London (Live Show)
    10th November St Brieuc, France (Live Show)
    12th November Brno, Czech Repubic (Live Show)
    13th November Prague, Czech Republic (Live Show)
    17th November Poitiers, France La Maison des Etudiants (MDE) (Live Show)
    18th November Paris, France LE GLAZART (Live Show)
    19th November Les Cuizines, France (Live Show)
    25th November St Petersburg, Russia Club Opera (Live Show)
    26th November Moscow, Russia Club Volta (Live Show)

    More info and tickets at:

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    Video by VideoInk.

  • The Qemists - Let It Burn

    3:27

    Purchase/Stream 'Warrior Sound':


    The Qemists are, in many ways, something of a Qonundrum. They’re rock kids seduced by the dancefloor, dance kids equally happy playing live instruments or building tracks on the computer, drum & bass aficionados who believe their hurtling breakbeats sound best under big muscular metallic guitar riffs.

    On paper, such a sound clash seems like a train wreck in the making. However, pumped as loud as your speakers will allow, or booming through the PA at one of their live shows, The Qemists make glorious sense. Their fearless genre-mashing has already garnered them a sizable following across the globe, scoring a previous number one album in Japan and playing to audiences of over half a million people in Poland.

    Warrior Sound has seen the band grow from three to five members, but The Qemists also continue to broaden their sound by teaming up with a diverse range of artists, including Hacktivist on the brilliant up-tempo anthem Jungle. The album also features collaborations with Japanese metallers, Crossfaith, whose singer Kenta Koie features on Anger and UK grime MC Ghetts on No Respect.

    Now a band of five brothers - Dan Arnold, Bruno Balanta, Liam Black, Leon Harris and Olly Simmons, The Qemists are a real live tour de force. Proof of this has been seen on recent tours with Korn and Enter Shikari, one off shows with the likes of Skindred, and stand-out festival performances at Download, Breakout and Butserfest.

    The band are now primed and ready to unleash their latest album, Warrior Sound, which binds their respective influences & styles together naturally into one progressively cohesive and solid sound. In short, The Qemists have finally arrived.

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  • The Qemists - Fading Halo

    4:54

    The Qemists - Fading Halo (feat Chantal of Invasion)

    The Album Mini Mix can be found @

  • The Qemists - Blind

    4:10

    Check out JUNGLE feat. HACKTIVIST - Official Video :

  • The Qemists - Anger

    3:31

    Purchase/Stream 'Warrior Sound':


    The Qemists are, in many ways, something of a Qonundrum. They’re rock kids seduced by the dancefloor, dance kids equally happy playing live instruments or building tracks on the computer, drum & bass aficionados who believe their hurtling breakbeats sound best under big muscular metallic guitar riffs.

    On paper, such a sound clash seems like a train wreck in the making. However, pumped as loud as your speakers will allow, or booming through the PA at one of their live shows, The Qemists make glorious sense. Their fearless genre-mashing has already garnered them a sizable following across the globe, scoring a previous number one album in Japan and playing to audiences of over half a million people in Poland.

    Warrior Sound has seen the band grow from three to five members, but The Qemists also continue to broaden their sound by teaming up with a diverse range of artists, including Hacktivist on the brilliant up-tempo anthem Jungle. The album also features collaborations with Japanese metallers, Crossfaith, whose singer Kenta Koie features on Anger and UK grime MC Ghetts on No Respect.

    Now a band of five brothers - Dan Arnold, Bruno Balanta, Liam Black, Leon Harris and Olly Simmons, The Qemists are a real live tour de force. Proof of this has been seen on recent tours with Korn and Enter Shikari, one off shows with the likes of Skindred, and stand-out festival performances at Download, Breakout and Butserfest.

    The band are now primed and ready to unleash their latest album, Warrior Sound, which binds their respective influences & styles together naturally into one progressively cohesive and solid sound. In short, The Qemists have finally arrived.

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    Video by Boxcat

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  • The Qemists - Anger

    4:28

    Purchase/Stream 'Warrior Sound':


    The Qemists are, in many ways, something of a Qonundrum. They’re rock kids seduced by the dancefloor, dance kids equally happy playing live instruments or building tracks on the computer, drum & bass aficionados who believe their hurtling breakbeats sound best under big muscular metallic guitar riffs.

    On paper, such a sound clash seems like a train wreck in the making. However, pumped as loud as your speakers will allow, or booming through the PA at one of their live shows, The Qemists make glorious sense. Their fearless genre-mashing has already garnered them a sizable following across the globe, scoring a previous number one album in Japan and playing to audiences of over half a million people in Poland.

    Warrior Sound has seen the band grow from three to five members, but The Qemists also continue to broaden their sound by teaming up with a diverse range of artists, including Hacktivist on the brilliant up-tempo anthem Jungle. The album also features collaborations with Japanese metallers, Crossfaith, whose singer Kenta Koie features on Anger and UK grime MC Ghetts on No Respect.

    Now a band of five brothers - Dan Arnold, Bruno Balanta, Liam Black, Leon Harris and Olly Simmons, The Qemists are a real live tour de force. Proof of this has been seen on recent tours with Korn and Enter Shikari, one off shows with the likes of Skindred, and stand-out festival performances at Download, Breakout and Butserfest.

    The band are now primed and ready to unleash their latest album, Warrior Sound, which binds their respective influences & styles together naturally into one progressively cohesive and solid sound. In short, The Qemists have finally arrived.

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  • The Qemists - Jungle Official Music Video

    3:40

    Purchase/Stream 'Warrior Sound':


    Following on from tours with Enter Shikari and Crossfaith, plus a slew of summer festivals across Europe, The Qemists release new single, Jungle, featuring none other than the mighty Hacktivist. Check out the explosive video by Video Ink.

    Jungle is the third single from The Qemists' album Warrior Sound, which is available now from FiXT in North America, with an exclusive remix from German electronic-rock producer Voicians.

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    Video by VideoInk.

  • The Qemists - Find My Way

    3:45

    Purchase/Stream Warrior Soundsystem at:


    The Qemists return with a power-packed EP of new & live tracks along with hard hitting remixes on Warrior Soundsystem. Featuring intense rock tracks Stepping Stones, Find My Way and a heavy cover of Korn's hit-track Blind, the release is counter-balanced by pulsing EDM remixes from Zardonic, SeamlessR, Memtrix and Voicians. Complete the experience with the raw energy of The Qemists on Jungle (feat. Hacktivist) [Live].

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  • The Qemists - We Are The Problem

    3:49

    Purchase/Stream 'Warrior Sound':


    The Qemists are, in many ways, something of a Qonundrum. They’re rock kids seduced by the dancefloor, dance kids equally happy playing live instruments or building tracks on the computer, drum & bass aficionados who believe their hurtling breakbeats sound best under big muscular metallic guitar riffs.

    On paper, such a sound clash seems like a train wreck in the making. However, pumped as loud as your speakers will allow, or booming through the PA at one of their live shows, The Qemists make glorious sense. Their fearless genre-mashing has already garnered them a sizable following across the globe, scoring a previous number one album in Japan and playing to audiences of over half a million people in Poland.

    Warrior Sound has seen the band grow from three to five members, but The Qemists also continue to broaden their sound by teaming up with a diverse range of artists, including Hacktivist on the brilliant up-tempo anthem Jungle. The album also features collaborations with Japanese metallers, Crossfaith, whose singer Kenta Koie features on Anger and UK grime MC Ghetts on No Respect.

    Now a band of five brothers - Dan Arnold, Bruno Balanta, Liam Black, Leon Harris and Olly Simmons, The Qemists are a real live tour de force. Proof of this has been seen on recent tours with Korn and Enter Shikari, one off shows with the likes of Skindred, and stand-out festival performances at Download, Breakout and Butserfest.

    The band are now primed and ready to unleash their latest album, Warrior Sound, which binds their respective influences & styles together naturally into one progressively cohesive and solid sound. In short, The Qemists have finally arrived.

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  • The Qemists - Run You

    4:31

    Here it is! The first in a series of live tracks spanning 3 albums and almost 10 years of releases from the Q.

    Taken from Woodstock Festival 2017 on the border of Poland and Germany, this is one of the largest shows we have ever done, with an estimated 400,000 people in the crowd!

    You can get Run You and the Warrior Sound Album here:

    Watch the Official video for Run You:


    Thumbnail photo by Dominika Rutkowska

  • The Qemists Live - Be Electric VIP - Woodstock 2012

    5:01

    Get 2015 UK live tour tickets here -



    04/03/2015 Bristol - Thekla
    05/03/2015 London - Oslo
    06/03/2015 Nottingham - Bodega
    07/03/2015 Sheffield - Corporation
    08/03/2015 Leeds - The Key Club
    09/03/2015 Glasgow - King Tuts Wah Wah Hut
    10/03/2015 Manchester - Soup Kitchen
    12/03/2015 Cardiff - Clwb Ifor Bach
    13/03/2015 Birmingham - Academy 3
    14/03/2015 Brighton - Concorde 2

    In 2012 The Qemists played a headline show at Woodstock - the biggest free music festival in the world, which takes place on the border between Poland and Germany. Performing a brand new, unreleased track , Be Electric VIP.

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  • Anger by The Qemists + Crossfaith

    4:32

    A collaboration between The Qemists and pioneering Japanese metal band Crossfaith, Anger is taken from The Qemists 3rd studio album, Warrior Sound

    Anger - official lyric video:
    Check The Qemists live 2017 playlist for more videos in this series.

    You can get Anger and the Warrior Sound Album here:


    Thumbnail photo by Szymon Aksienionek

  • The Qemists ft. Wiley - Dem Na Like Me - Join The Q

    4:38

    Song enttitled 'Dem Na Like Me' from the album 'Join The Q' by 'The Qemists'. I had no part in the production of the song. All credit to the artist.

  • The Qemists - No More

    4:15

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    The Qemists - No More is released on 25th October 2013



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  • The Qemists - Requiem

    4:14

    Purchase/Stream 'Warrior Sound':


    The Qemists are, in many ways, something of a Qonundrum. They’re rock kids seduced by the dancefloor, dance kids equally happy playing live instruments or building tracks on the computer, drum & bass aficionados who believe their hurtling breakbeats sound best under big muscular metallic guitar riffs.

    On paper, such a sound clash seems like a train wreck in the making. However, pumped as loud as your speakers will allow, or booming through the PA at one of their live shows, The Qemists make glorious sense. Their fearless genre-mashing has already garnered them a sizable following across the globe, scoring a previous number one album in Japan and playing to audiences of over half a million people in Poland.

    Warrior Sound has seen the band grow from three to five members, but The Qemists also continue to broaden their sound by teaming up with a diverse range of artists, including Hacktivist on the brilliant up-tempo anthem Jungle. The album also features collaborations with Japanese metallers, Crossfaith, whose singer Kenta Koie features on Anger and UK grime MC Ghetts on No Respect.

    Now a band of five brothers - Dan Arnold, Bruno Balanta, Liam Black, Leon Harris and Olly Simmons, The Qemists are a real live tour de force. Proof of this has been seen on recent tours with Korn and Enter Shikari, one off shows with the likes of Skindred, and stand-out festival performances at Download, Breakout and Butserfest.

    The band are now primed and ready to unleash their latest album, Warrior Sound, which binds their respective influences & styles together naturally into one progressively cohesive and solid sound. In short, The Qemists have finally arrived.

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  • The Qemists - Crevasse

    4:17

  • The Qemists - Warrior Sound

    4:00

    Warrior Sound, from the 2016 album of the same name, performed live at Woodstock festival by The Qemists.

    See more live videos from this series here:


    Thumbnail image by Stanislaw Wadas

  • The Qemists - Jungle

    3:35

    Purchase/Stream 'Warrior Sound':


    The Qemists are, in many ways, something of a Qonundrum. They’re rock kids seduced by the dancefloor, dance kids equally happy playing live instruments or building tracks on the computer, drum & bass aficionados who believe their hurtling breakbeats sound best under big muscular metallic guitar riffs.

    On paper, such a sound clash seems like a train wreck in the making. However, pumped as loud as your speakers will allow, or booming through the PA at one of their live shows, The Qemists make glorious sense. Their fearless genre-mashing has already garnered them a sizable following across the globe, scoring a previous number one album in Japan and playing to audiences of over half a million people in Poland.

    Warrior Sound has seen the band grow from three to five members, but The Qemists also continue to broaden their sound by teaming up with a diverse range of artists, including Hacktivist on the brilliant up-tempo anthem Jungle. The album also features collaborations with Japanese metallers, Crossfaith, whose singer Kenta Koie features on Anger and UK grime MC Ghetts on No Respect.

    Now a band of five brothers - Dan Arnold, Bruno Balanta, Liam Black, Leon Harris and Olly Simmons, The Qemists are a real live tour de force. Proof of this has been seen on recent tours with Korn and Enter Shikari, one off shows with the likes of Skindred, and stand-out festival performances at Download, Breakout and Butserfest.

    The band are now primed and ready to unleash their latest album, Warrior Sound, which binds their respective influences & styles together naturally into one progressively cohesive and solid sound. In short, The Qemists have finally arrived.

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  • The Qemists - Stepping Stones

    4:11

    We raided camera footage from every member of The Qemists, crew and fans to create the video for STEPPING STONES, a brand new track for December 2016.

    Check out the official video for 'JUNGLE' feat. HACKTIVIST


    Check out the official video for 'RUN YOU'

    STEPPING STONES IS AVAILABLE TO DOWNLOAD OR STREAM NOW!

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    Stepping Stones features on the Warrior Soundsystem EP, out now in Japan :

  • The Qemists - No Respect

    4:42

    Purchase/Stream 'Warrior Sound':


    The Qemists are, in many ways, something of a Qonundrum. They’re rock kids seduced by the dancefloor, dance kids equally happy playing live instruments or building tracks on the computer, drum & bass aficionados who believe their hurtling breakbeats sound best under big muscular metallic guitar riffs.

    On paper, such a sound clash seems like a train wreck in the making. However, pumped as loud as your speakers will allow, or booming through the PA at one of their live shows, The Qemists make glorious sense. Their fearless genre-mashing has already garnered them a sizable following across the globe, scoring a previous number one album in Japan and playing to audiences of over half a million people in Poland.

    Warrior Sound has seen the band grow from three to five members, but The Qemists also continue to broaden their sound by teaming up with a diverse range of artists, including Hacktivist on the brilliant up-tempo anthem Jungle. The album also features collaborations with Japanese metallers, Crossfaith, whose singer Kenta Koie features on Anger and UK grime MC Ghetts on No Respect.

    Now a band of five brothers - Dan Arnold, Bruno Balanta, Liam Black, Leon Harris and Olly Simmons, The Qemists are a real live tour de force. Proof of this has been seen on recent tours with Korn and Enter Shikari, one off shows with the likes of Skindred, and stand-out festival performances at Download, Breakout and Butserfest.

    The band are now primed and ready to unleash their latest album, Warrior Sound, which binds their respective influences & styles together naturally into one progressively cohesive and solid sound. In short, The Qemists have finally arrived.

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  • The Qemists - We Are The Problem

    4:02

    We Are The Problem is taken from Warrior Sound, The Qemists 3rd studio album. For more videos in this series see the playlist :


    Thumbnail photo by Dawid Ilnicki

  • The Qemists - When Ur Lonely

    6:11

    Artist: The Qemists
    Song: When Ur Lonely
    Album: Join the Q
    Genre: Drum and Bass (DnB)

    Lyric:

    When ur lonely or when ur sad
    And when ur lost I feel pretty bad!
    Jump on Jump on
    Jump on Jump on
    Jump jump jump jump jump!
    Jump jump jump jump jump!


    If you really like this song, then BUY IT!

  • Spirit in the System: The Qemists Full Album

    43:55

    00:00 Take It Back
    4:20 Hurt Less
    9:33 Dirty Words
    13:12 Renegade
    16:45 Fading Halo
    21:45 The Only Love Song
    26:38 Lifes Too SHort
    30:12 Apocalypse
    34:40 Bones
    38:52 Your Revolution

  • The Qemists - Blind

    4:11

    Purchase/Stream Warrior Soundsystem at:


    The Qemists return with a power-packed EP of new & live tracks along with hard hitting remixes on Warrior Soundsystem. Featuring intense rock tracks Stepping Stones, Find My Way and a heavy cover of Korn's hit-track Blind, the release is counter-balanced by pulsing EDM remixes from Zardonic, SeamlessR, Memtrix and Voicians. Complete the experience with the raw energy of The Qemists on Jungle (feat. Hacktivist) [Live].

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  • The Qemists - Stepping Stones

    4:11

    Purchase/Stream Warrior Soundsystem at:


    The Qemists return with a power-packed EP of new & live tracks along with hard hitting remixes on Warrior Soundsystem. Featuring intense rock tracks Stepping Stones, Find My Way and a heavy cover of Korn's hit-track Blind, the release is counter-balanced by pulsing EDM remixes from Zardonic, SeamlessR, Memtrix and Voicians. Complete the experience with the raw energy of The Qemists on Jungle (feat. Hacktivist) [Live].

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  • Prolix & The Qemists - Feel Alive

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  • Celldweller - I Cant Wait

    4:54

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    Experience the all new, high energy remix of Celldweller's iconic track I Can't Wait from the talented UK project, The Qemists. Their fearless genre-mashing has already garnered them a sizable following across the globe, scoring a previous number one album in Japan and playing to audiences of over half a million in Poland. I Can't Wait (The Qemists Remix) is the second featured single from the upcoming album, Remixed Upon A Blackstar, set to release this Fall.

    Celldweller's iconic sophomore album Wish Upon A Blackstar (2012) is set to return in full force this Fall with a brand new full length remix album Remixed Upon A Blackstar. Focusing heavily on Klayton's love for drum & bass and aggressive EDM sub-genres, Remixed Upon A Blackstar, brings together an impressive roster of producers, including Neonlight, Au5, Gydra, Sebastian Komor, Biometrix, The Qemists, Voicians, Raizer, 3D Stas, Formal One, The Anix, and Fury Weekend.

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  • The Qemists - Hurt Less

    3:48

    The second single taken from the forthcoming second album from The Qemists 'Spirit In The System' released 7 July (Japan) / 16 August (EUR) / 24 August (N.America).

    The Qemists website:

    'Hurt Less' and is about having two sides to your personality. There is a light side and a dark side that can be exaggerated when we drink too much, party too much or allow our fun and relaxation to turn into regret and paranoia. This video is based on the idea that we keep this little monster locked up inside us and given the right circumstances it breaks free. I tried to think of the most innoccent person I could, a young girl, and what happens when other people's fun brings out the dark side in her. There are references to Let The Right One In - I loved the idea of these relatively innocent looking actors could do angry things.

    The girl was Ola Krzemieniecka she's a 16 year Polish Twae Kwon Do champion. Her father is a famous Polish stunt coordinator who helped us out with the fight sequence at the end. We shot the whole film in an estate in Praga on the East Side of Warsaw, Poland. It actually is quite a rough part of Warsaw and the crew were quite nervous about us filming there. They definitely wanted us to finish before it got dark...

    Director: Keith McCarthy
    Production Company: Mister McCarthy
    Service Company: Papaya Films (Poland)
    Producers: Adrian Mocko, Sebastian Jurczek
    Editor: Jens Prausnitz
    DOP: Mikolaj Lebkowski



  • The Qemists - No More

    4:08

    Purchase/Stream 'Warrior Sound':


    The Qemists are, in many ways, something of a Qonundrum. They’re rock kids seduced by the dancefloor, dance kids equally happy playing live instruments or building tracks on the computer, drum & bass aficionados who believe their hurtling breakbeats sound best under big muscular metallic guitar riffs.

    On paper, such a sound clash seems like a train wreck in the making. However, pumped as loud as your speakers will allow, or booming through the PA at one of their live shows, The Qemists make glorious sense. Their fearless genre-mashing has already garnered them a sizable following across the globe, scoring a previous number one album in Japan and playing to audiences of over half a million people in Poland.

    Warrior Sound has seen the band grow from three to five members, but The Qemists also continue to broaden their sound by teaming up with a diverse range of artists, including Hacktivist on the brilliant up-tempo anthem Jungle. The album also features collaborations with Japanese metallers, Crossfaith, whose singer Kenta Koie features on Anger and UK grime MC Ghetts on No Respect.

    Now a band of five brothers - Dan Arnold, Bruno Balanta, Liam Black, Leon Harris and Olly Simmons, The Qemists are a real live tour de force. Proof of this has been seen on recent tours with Korn and Enter Shikari, one off shows with the likes of Skindred, and stand-out festival performances at Download, Breakout and Butserfest.

    The band are now primed and ready to unleash their latest album, Warrior Sound, which binds their respective influences & styles together naturally into one progressively cohesive and solid sound. In short, The Qemists have finally arrived.

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  • The Qemists feat. Wiley - Dem Na Like Me

    4:34

    Welcome to TheDubstepUpload. Here we will be uploading diffident Dubstep musics.

    Have any suggestions? Comment below or inbox us.

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  • The Qemists - Stompbox Extreme Quality

    5:34

    All credits goes to the song owner/creator.
    I just uploaded this for better quality.

    Enjoy!

  • The Qemists - Stompbox

    5:23

    I do not own the rights to this music.

  • 3D Stas - Deep Scars

    4:13

    3D Stas unites with The Qemists in a climactic breakbeat, future-rock collaboration featuring aggressive vocals immersed in modern socio-political lyrics. The second official single from FiXT label newcomer, 3D Stas, Deep Scars digs into the anger of a vulnerable and forgotten class caught in the dangerous landscape of growing social tensions.

    Song: Deep Scars (feat. The Qemists)
    Artist: 3D Stas, The Qemists
    Label: FiXT

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  • The Qemists - Run You

    4:22

    ***I do not own the rights to the song. Only the video.***


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  • The Qemists - Perfect High

    4:36

    Cool Track from the Qemists Album Join the Q.
    Watch out for the Drop ;)

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