You might not think of Houston, Texas when you think of the current, forward-thinking grime movement, but that’s exactly where producer Rabit has been taking an electronic sledgehammer to the traditional structure of bass music and grime for the past couple years. Now, the progressive beat-savant has teamed up with venerable underground electronic label Tri Angle Records for his debut studio album, Baptizm. Baptizm is said to be “about having one’s life thrown completely out of order and finding solace in an imagined world,” with “themes of destruction and regeneration” and the confrontational rift between religion and sexuality. The LP’s lead single, “Bloody Eye,” takes from that “destruction” side, and is an exercise and experiment in the head-whirling, boundary-breaking electronic warfare that Rabit has been cooking up for years, fulfilling its billing of “pounding mechanical violence.” “Bloody Eye” makes up one fourth of Rabit’s new project, and will see a proper release when Rabit and Tri Angle unleash Baptizm on March 17. For now, you can stream “Bloody Eye” above.