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Bronnt Industries Kapital is a musical project from Bristol, England, based around producer/multi-instrumentalist Guy Bartell. After an EP on the Silent Age Records label, Bronnt released its debut album, Virtute et Industria, in May 2005 on Static Caravan. Bartell occasionally writes material with long-time collaborator Nick Talbot aka Gravenhurst.

Bronnt is known for its use of curious Victorian instruments, including Lepping’s Patented Lapwing Harmonium and the Bronson Quartet, both of which feature on the debut album. Bronnt has since composed an original soundtrack to the silent 1920’s Swedish witchcraft documentary ‘Haxan’. The film was released by Tartan DVD with Bronnt’s soundtrack. The soundtrack itself is now available separately on Static Caravan. Bronnt released its third album ‘Hard For Justice’ on Get Physical Music in 2009.


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  • TheDukeofOgden

    Good stuff. Keep it up.

    30 Jan 2012 Reply
  • myzlov


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  • Stein1332

    Seen him live, really really cool :)

    7 Feb 2010 Reply
  • phogu


    21 Jan 2010 Reply
  • rivazz

    Threnody For The Victims Of Lucio Fulci!!!!!!!!!!!!!! love it!!!

    1 Nov 2009 Reply
  • Ruderalis


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  • obelisko1971

    J'adoring this***

    26 Mar 2009 Reply
  • pellitero

    New album on Get physical "Hard for Justice"... excellent ... "Nights of Vipco", "Europen Male", "S.T.R.Y.K.E.R." and "Objects & Purpose" ... essential.

    13 Feb 2009 Reply
  • Smirnon

    peculiar sound. quite nice.

    6 Nov 2008 Reply
  • 160R

    Remembers me a lot to Mechanical Steering. Both creates a dark ambient with industrial elements in a very similar way. And both are awesome :)

    22 Oct 2008 Reply
  • idiotik


    16 Aug 2008 Reply
  • jazzy_ass

    i knew what i said was unclear, i didn't want to depreciate bartell's work.

    28 Jul 2008 Reply
  • dysphonica

    Maybe! But most of Bronnt's material is written by Bartell. Talbot only wrote one song on their 'Virtute et Industria' album according to the sleeve credits, and co-wrote another. The 'production' is credited to them both though. They did a sound track to a film called 'Haxan' recently, and all of that was written by Guy Bartell. Probably because he is better known through Gravenhurst this gets labelled as some sort of side project of his, but I've seen them play recently and Nick Talbot wasn't there; he was on tour with Gravenhurst.

    23 Jul 2008 Reply
  • jazzy_ass

    everything talbot touches, he turns into gold

    5 Jul 2008 Reply
  • Fay-Unit

    saw Bronnt @ the Thekla many moons ago now, supporting Why? - I was impressed. Even though I was stood at the front and got cigar smoke all over me. x

    29 Sep 2007 Reply
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  • cleomedes

    Yes! good call mate. vvv

    1 May 2007 Reply
  • devilbond

    I have officially selected Bronnt as the band to play at my funeral... too bad I'll miss it.

    29 Jul 2006 Reply

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