"Station Seven," last year's hit from dubstep act and bass bender Downlink, might forever reign as the most catastrophic, infernal bass blast since the Big Bang itself. More than 18 months after its release, even the diabolical "Let's cut his feet off" whisper still echoes as heavily as the track's pulverizing wub sections. That explains Downlink's ear-splitting contribution to Korn's The Path to Totality, on which he found himself sharing production duties with fellow EDM hotshots Skrillex and Excision. While those two won't be rearing their freaky haircuts and bass tricks at this electronic roundup, it still boasts of three stages and 30 producers, including another Korn affiliate and bass meister, Sluggo, and a live video performance by showman ill.Gates. For every song he plays, there's an accompanying custom video that he updates from city to city, never showing the same reel twice. This one will be loud.