Imagine if the chill dance vibes of Daft Punk had sex with the rhythms of The Prodigy and got soaked with neon and lots and lots of tattoos. If you have a good imagination then that combination probably sounds really fucking wicked, and if it doesn't then your opinion doesn't count and you can fuck off. Either way, this is exactly how I'm able to describe an act that I've just discovered in the past couple of weeks called Bone Cult. However, before I continue on I think you should just check them out for yourselves. Check out the premiere of their new music video 'Fortune and Sorrow' right below! 


The track is a return to our original sound on the Blackwork EP, and explores the emotions experienced through loss and recovery. That feeling of loss refers to the last eighteen months where we felt we lost a lot of time and only now have found our momentum again. -Sam Hartill

Bone Cult is Sam Hartill (bass, producer) and Richard Watte (vocals, guitar, producer) who have titled themselves as a Death-Electronica act from Nottingham. With their unique style which they say they wanted to differ from "the regular four guys in jeans and t-shirt look" and solid music, they have been able to support other acts such as The Qemists, Slaves, and Sleaford Mods. 

And if this little piece has inspired you to look deeper into Bone Cult, you can catch them live at these following dates and locations: 

12/09 - York, UK @ The Fulford Arms (w/ Little Death Machine)
01/21 - Chester, Cheshire, UK @ Live Rooms

For more on Bone Cult follow them on Facebook.
Join The Death-Electronica Bone Cult with the Premiere of "Fortune and Sorrow"
December 12, 2016
Brutal Resonance

Join The Death-Electronica Bone Cult with the Premiere of "Fortune and Sorrow"

Imagine if the chill dance vibes of Daft Punk had sex with the rhythms of The Prodigy and got soaked with neon and lots and lots of tattoos. If you have a good imagination then that combination probably sounds really fucking wicked, and if it doesn't then your opinion doesn't count and you can fuck off. Either way, this is exactly how I'm able to describe an act that I've just discovered in the past couple of weeks called Bone Cult. However, before I continue on I think you should just check them out for yourselves. Check out the premiere of their new music video 'Fortune and Sorrow' right below! 


The track is a return to our original sound on the Blackwork EP, and explores the emotions experienced through loss and recovery. That feeling of loss refers to the last eighteen months where we felt we lost a lot of time and only now have found our momentum again. -Sam Hartill

Bone Cult is Sam Hartill (bass, producer) and Richard Watte (vocals, guitar, producer) who have titled themselves as a Death-Electronica act from Nottingham. With their unique style which they say they wanted to differ from "the regular four guys in jeans and t-shirt look" and solid music, they have been able to support other acts such as The Qemists, Slaves, and Sleaford Mods. 

And if this little piece has inspired you to look deeper into Bone Cult, you can catch them live at these following dates and locations: 

12/09 - York, UK @ The Fulford Arms (w/ Little Death Machine)
01/21 - Chester, Cheshire, UK @ Live Rooms

For more on Bone Cult follow them on Facebook.
Dec 12 2016

Steven Gullotta

info@brutalresonance.com
I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.

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