Death Cult Electric Unveil New Video For “Deleter”
Welsh supergroup DEATH CULT ELECTRIC have just unveiled their new video for their attentive new single ‘Deleter’.
Death Cult Electric are in a league of their own- they’ve crafted their harsh noise rock to utter perfection and we are left in awe. Each track they unleash they continue to effortlessly pulverize their own audience. This band are easily one of the most courageous and eruptive noise artists out there.
The new single ‘Deleter’ is abrasive, arrogant, and unruly. A typhoon of unapologetic chaos and carefully controlled clamor. Deep textures are curated with ample driving rhythms that cascade over this ferocious arrangement from Death Cult Electric. The madness of this track mixed with moving melodic, repetitive lyrics and a manic deliverance ensure this music to be momentous and completely mind-melting.
Death Cult Electric continues to captivate with their hard-hitting, pelting, raucous orchestrations. Loud, obnoxious, flirting with danger and yet completely melodious. ‘Deleter’ is raw, it’s powerful and it’s about to become your new favourite single.
This act once again propels you into an innovative and immersive experience, their intensity is unlike anything else- let this band possess you.
Death Cult Electric are a new band fronted by Steffan Pringle formerly ESTRONS and erst-whilst Welsh wunderkid producer responsible for Boy Azooga, HIMALAYAS, ESTRONS, Adwaith etc etc. Steffan’s CV reads like a who’s who of Welsh Music and the moniker of Welsh Dave Grohl /Welsh Butch Vig is rightly deserved as Steffan has played drums and bass/guitar/synths on many key releases that have earned major BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 2, BBC 6 Music, Radio X, Amazing Radio, Spotify and Beats 1 support over the last few years. Featuring the thump of BOY AZOOGA’s Davey Newington on drums and former ESTRONS live bassist ‘Craig Shankland’ on low-end duties. Their 2018 debut release ‘She Comes Too Quick’ mesmerized us and now the follow up leaves us desperately wanting an album.
The band have touches of Eagles of Death Metal, Gone is Gone, BRMC, Thee Oh Sees and more. Yet Death Cult Electric are the future of rock and roll.