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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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  • The Qemists - Warrior Sound

    3:54

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    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 - 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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    Thank You!

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  • The Qemists - Warrior Sound

    45:23

    Unleashed on the 4th March, get your physical copy from...
    And digitally...

    Our World: 0:00
    Jungle: 0:57
    Run You: 4:32
    Anger: 8:53
    New Design: 13:20
    No More: 17:14
    Push The Line: 21:22
    We Are The Problem: 25:17
    Let It Burn: 29:06
    Warrior Sound: 32:33
    No Respect: 36:26
    Requiem: 41:08

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  • 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 - 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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  • 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

  • Zardonic - Takeover

    4:09

  • Zardonic ft. The Qemists - Takeover

    3:57

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  • Need For Speed Shift Soundtrack 9 The Qemists feat Mike Patton - Lost Weekend

    4:33

    Soundtrack From Need For Speed Shift: #9 The Qemists feat Mike Patton - Lost Weekend

  • The Qemists - Dem Na Like Me

    5:42

    LOL thoughT i'd upload something for once even though well. blahhhhhhhhhh
    LYRICS:::Chorus:
    Dem nah like mi and mi nah like dem.
    Dem ah mi enemy, mi ah dem nah friend. (x7)

    Dem nah like mi and mi nah like dem.

    Wiley:
    (The qemists yo, listen)
    I aint one of them boys from the past who aint got the answer
    I got the answer
    Dance round pricks wanna flow like a dancer
    Gangsters put in your crew
    There's no drugs
    And I won't take yes for the answer
    When shots fly you'll be jumpin' like an irish dancer
    My name's skemo
    So class-ey like eno
    Troublemaker like reno

    Yo, everything seems cloudy
    Never been robbed in the game cause I'm rowdy
    Carry on I will take a hammer to your Audi
    I met a soldier from Saudi
    Not bad round me
    Wanna see D try and how me
    Cause next week and you still aint ground me
    The phone starts ringing when a drive thru grounds me
    Where's lethal he aint in boundary


    (Chorus x3)

    Dem nah like mi and mi nah like dem.

    It comes obvious the older you get you can see clearer
    They say that they know the hood
    We can't hear ya
    Travel on the boarders
    They won't dare to come nearer
    Standin' outside the offie
    We don't fear ya
    ________________
    Go on fam I dare ya
    See 'em on the stage yo the crowd don't care
    Ya ask if I care fam
    Never been a carer
    Go in a lambourghini not a new alpha brera

    (Chorus x3)

    Dem nah like mi and mi nah like dem.

    They can't take it
    It sounds too rife
    We aint like them
    They stuck in two five
    Eskiboy and the girls get some new vibes
    Searchin for a force vibe
    But we got the true vibe
    Keep telling them
    Aint worth hatin us
    Cause you're only gonna end up ratin us
    Sometimes in music we don't even do vibes
    True vibes, light rhymes, club lines

    I was in the club with amy and sarah
    They was poppin' pills
    I was smokin Jack hera
    God I'm sorry I'm a drug money barer
    Shotting shank nasty white in my area
    Don't touch it you'll feel like you got kainro
    I smoke weed but I know about kano
    Couldn't help it came back despite the same flow
    I told ya don't touch it
    It'll make your blain blow

    (Chorus x3)

    Dem nah like mi and mi nah like dem.

    (Chorus x4)

    Lyrics written by myself so i did my best!

  • 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.

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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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    #FiXT #TheQemists #WarriorSound

  • 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 - 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 - 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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  • 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

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • The Qemists Live - Stompbox + Spor remix - Woodstock 2012

    4:59

    The Qemists Live performing Stompbox at Woodstock 2012. Watch for the mental crowd reaction when the track drops in to the incredible Spor remix!


    - @theqemists

  • 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 - 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 - Your Revolution

    5:01

    The Qemists - Your Revolution

  • The Qemists - Lost Weekend

    4:41

    Artist : The Qemists
    Album : Join The Q

    Video Quality : 1000kbps(x264.2Pass)
    Audio Quality : 320kbps(AAC-LC)
    Edit and Encode Software : AviUTL

  • 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 - Tomcat

    3:57

    The Qemists. drum&bass
    If you own the copyright, and that you are not satisfied, please write a private message!!!

  • The Qemists - Dont Lose It

    4:32

    High Quality Sound
    Ninja Tune XX: 20 Years Of Beats & Pieces (Box Set)
    Label: Ninja Tune
    Released: Sep 2010

  • The Qemists - Requiem | Music Visualization????????????

    4:18

    Like = Motivation
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  • The Qemists - Perfect High

    4:36

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

  • Prolix & The Qemists - Feel Alive

    3:36

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  • The Qemists - On The Run

    5:16

    I do not own the rights to this music.

  • The Qemists - The Only Love Song/Fading Halo

    2:14

    I didn't find this song here. So here it is! The Qemists - The only love song / Fading Halo (Acapella rmx).
    Video made by me, by the way this is my firts upload to YouTube :)

  • The Qemists - Got One Life

    4:03

    The Qemists - Got One Life
    Join The Q

  • The Qemists - Our World

    58

    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. Lyrics - Blur Trailer Musik

    3:23

    Gooooood Morning! :D ich hab mal das Lied rausgesucht weil mich das Game auch total fasziniert!

    und hoffe es gefällt Euch!

  • The Qemists - Renegade

    6:22

    Cutline on Facebook and Soundcloud: (like them on FB and get 4 free tracks!!!!)


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  • The Qemists: Join The Q

    48:03

    1 Stompbox
    2 Lost Weekend
    3 On The Run
    4 Dem Na Like Me
    5 S.W.A.G. (Intro)
    6 S.W.A.G.
    7 Drop Audio
    8 When UR Lonely
    9 Soundface
    10 Got One Life
    11 The Perfect High

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  • The Qemists Push The Line feat Charlie Rhymes - Drum Cover

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    Thank you guys for watching me David drumming to The Qemists - Push The Line (feat. Charlie Rhymes).

    If you wanna see more drum cover videos, Please give me a thumbs up and Leave a comment down below.
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  • The Qemists - The Only Love Song

    4:55

    The Qemists - The Only Love Song (feat MC ID)

    The Album Mini Mix can be found @

  • Roots Manuva - Swords In The Dirt

    4:01

  • THE QEMISTS TOMCAT

    3:56

    The Qemists | Spirit in the System Bonus CD

  • The Qemists - Run You

    4:42

    The Qemists rock out to Memtrix's remix of 'Run You', the first single from The Qemists' forthcoming 'Warrior Sound' LP.
    Support on Beatport:

    Watch the music video for the original here:

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  • The Qemists - Lifeline - SSX Soundtrack

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  • The Qemists - Spirit In The System Album Mini-mix

    10:00

    The Qemists - Spirit In The System Album Mini-mix

    Taken from their official SoundCloud where a free download is also available:

    Tracklisting:

    1. Take It Back feat. Enter Shikari
    2. Hurt Less feat. Jenna G
    3. Dirty Words feat. Matt Rose & Bruno Balanta
    4. Renegade feat. Maxsta
    5. Fading Halo feat. Chantal of Invasion
    6. The Only Love Song feat. MC ID
    7. Life's Too Short
    8. Apocalypse feat. Rob Hawkins of The Automatic
    9. Your Revolution

  • The Qemists - Lost Weekend

    5:12

    Remix of The Qemists Got All Your Money.

  • The Qemists - Stompbox

    5:13

    Need for Speed: Undercover OST
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  • The Qemists - When Ur Lonely

    6:17

    Gran Turismo PSP Soundtrack

  • The Qemists - Fading Halo

    4:54

    The Qemists - Fading Halo (feat Chantal of Invasion)

    The Album Mini Mix can be found @

  • ZARDONIC - TAKEOVER - Ft. THE QEMISTS - AUDIO ADDICTIONZ - UPLOAD + LYRICS

    4:07

    #ZARDONIC #TAKEOVER

    Images -

    Lyrics - ????

    Oh, we've been doin' this since dark ages, with fast paces
    Takin' rock and metal, throwin' Drum and Bass in
    And this one goes out to the cell dwellers
    Who stood alone, metronome full force to the trendsetters
    Rock the people, rush the stage
    Keeping bodies movin', yeah, but melting the face
    Crushin' the metal, punchin' the bass
    Rockin' the place as you brace for takeover!

    Yeah, yeah, yeah
    Brace for takeover!
    Haha, rush the stage
    Brace for takeover!
    Get ready, motherfucker!
    Brace for takeover!
    Will we make it out alive?
    Huh!

    Yeah!
    Haha!
    You better be ready, yeah
    You better be ready, yeah, brace for takeover!
    Watch how we break it out
    Watch how we break it out, brace for takeover!
    Rockin' the place as you
    Rockin' the place as you brace for takeover!
    Watch how we tear it out
    Watch how we tear it out

    Haha, you see, The Qemists are the players, Z's the controller
    This ain't a game, yeah, brace for takeover!
    Q set the tone, Zardonic the reloader
    Getting so heavy, yeah, you brace for takeover!
    Crushin' the metal, punchin' the bass
    Rockin' the place as you brace for takeover!
    Will we make it out alive?

    Oh, we've been doin' this since dark ages, with fast paces
    Takin' rock and metal, throwin' Drum and Bass in
    And this one goes out to the celldwellers
    Who stood alone, metronome full force to the trendsetters
    Rock the people, rush the stage
    Keeping bodies movin', yeah, but melting the face
    Crushin' the metal, punchin' the bass
    Rockin' the place as you brace for take-oh? -ver!

    Brace for takeover!
    Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! Haha!
    Brace for takeover!
    Watch how we tear it out
    You better be ready, yeah
    You better be ready, yeah, brace for takeover!
    Watch how we break it out
    Watch how we break it out, brace for takeover!
    Rockin' the place as you
    Rockin' the place as you brace for takeover!
    Watch how we tear it out
    Watch how we tear it out, brace for takeover!

    The Qemists are the players, Z's the controller
    This ain't a game, yeah, brace for takeover!
    Q set the tone, Zardonic the reloader
    Getting so heavy, yeah, you brace for takeover!
    Crushin' the metal, punchin' the bass
    Rockin' the place as you brace for takeover!
    Will we make it out alive?


    If you're an artist or a label and you don't want me to share your
    music, please contact me and i'll delete the video.


    THANK-YOU FOR WATCHING !

  • The Qemists - Bones feat. Kellermensch

    4:11

    The Qemists are beasts :O

    The Qemists



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  • The Qemists The perfect high 1080p

    5:15

    the Qemists the perfect high the best quality on youtube mega high quality!!!!
    please subscribe and like this video :)

  • The Qemists - S.W.A.G. + Intro

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    I do not own the rights to this music.

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