Constructed of ten tracks 'No Atonement' packs a punch and is beautifully sewn together with sumptuous noise of industrial style keyboards and energetic vocals
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Berlin is no stranger to the industrial electronica scene, so its not surprising that Bullet Height have found their niche here. Made up of Sammi Doll of IAMX and Jon Courtney previously of Pure Reason Revolution, the duo who met through mutual friends at a Halloween event bring together a project filled with dark imagery and harsh bass lines.
Constructed of ten tracks ‘No Atonement’ packs a punch and is beautifully sewn together with sumptuous noise of industrial style keyboards and energetic vocals. Hitting you hard with its dark and alluring tone we are reeled in by a thunderous drum beat. A chaotic atmosphere arises as we are introduced to our first track,’ Fight Song’. Synth filled and enchantingly melodic, ‘Break Our Hearts Down’, surrounds us with minor and moody chords, a stand out track on the record.
Progressively building up their fan base over the past year Bullet Height have shown an array of interesting music videos.
When asked recently about the debut Bullet Height album Sammi Doll described the experience as a challenge.
“Making ‘No Atonement’ was both a challenge and an adventure – there were highs & lows, battles & triumphs – but we came out intact. We’re extremely proud of the body of work & can’t wait to get it out there.“
The pair have absolutely opened the door to a great career with this one. An exhilarating record full of explosive choruses and addictive riffs that you do not want to miss.
No Atonement is out now via Superball Music.
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