Well, to call this "dubstep" would be pretty inappropriate; it only sort of mimics the general ideas of dubstep, basically overdriving them very much in the same way that slam death does with brutal death metal. I was pretty down on dubstep until I encountered this stuff- colloquially called "brostep" for its idiocy and single-minded focus on heaviness. It's little surprise that much of the material in this style is made by members of death metal bands; it's very clearly designed with that ear for brutality and filth. Tomba, below, is my favorite so far; check it out even if you've hated other dubstep. You might find something to enjoy.
Oh, and to avoid any accusations of hypocrisy: I don't like dubstep. However, I do enjoy the dubstep that sounds like what I already love.