Release date: September 2014
Style: Industrial metal

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Justin Karl Michael Broadrick - guitars, vocals
Ben George Christian Green - bass



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Neroese - 21.04.2013 at 17:05  
Hope it's not a joke.
BitterCOld - 21.04.2013 at 23:40  
Written by Guest on 21.04.2013 at 17:05

Hope it's not a joke.


Justin had mentioned a couple years go or so (2010) they would be working on a Godflesh album, and not just rushing to slap something together.
Alex Fenger - 22.04.2013 at 03:33  
Will obviously have to check this out. Godflesh have been growing on me recently
BoxCar Willy - 22.04.2013 at 03:43  
Sweet.
Lit. - 22.04.2013 at 19:19  
I'll keep an eye on this.
tea[m]ster - 24.04.2013 at 22:05  
Please don't suck...Godflesh one of my favorite bands EVER...
Mr. Doctor - 24.04.2013 at 22:11  
An album in between Streetcleaner and Pure and I'm one happy sunofagun...
tea[m]ster - 24.04.2013 at 22:34  
Written by Mr. Doctor on 24.04.2013 at 22:11

An album in between Streetcleaner and Pure and I'm one happy sunofagun...


Bingo my friend, old school Godflesh FTW! I do like Selfless too though..
Mr. Doctor - 24.04.2013 at 22:50  
Written by tea[m]ster on 24.04.2013 at 22:34

Written by Mr. Doctor on 24.04.2013 at 22:11

An album in between Streetcleaner and Pure and I'm one happy sunofagun...


Bingo my friend, old school Godflesh FTW! I do like Selfless too though..


I can't say anything about it since I've only heard Godflesh from the beginning up to and including Pure and also the last one. I know I should fix that though.
tea[m]ster - 24.04.2013 at 22:52  
Written by Mr. Doctor on 24.04.2013 at 22:50

I know I should fix that though.


Ewww, be still my heart! Get on it!
mz - 25.04.2013 at 14:39  
Only heard streatcleaner and pure, I hope this would be as sexy as those. I'm preparing myself for one more mechanical devastation. Hurry up guys.
Annable Courts - 01.06.2013 at 13:24  
I think with his maturity Justin Broadrick has slowly moved into slower moods, Jesu, smt that has become increasingly less industrial and metal and more rock. Basically, farther from Godlfesh than ever.
This may not have the energy Godflesh once had, and I'm not sure why he'd even want to return there at this point when he's clearly evolved out of it.
I like both bands a lot, but I don't think this can have the spontaneity and genuineness Godlfesh had when he was a younger mind/musician.
!J.O.O.E.! - 01.06.2013 at 17:01  
Written by Annable Courts on 01.06.2013 at 13:24

I think with his maturity Justin Broadrick has slowly moved into slower moods, Jesu, smt that has become increasingly less industrial and metal and more rock. Basically, farther from Godlfesh than ever.
This may not have the energy Godflesh once had, and I'm not sure why he'd even want to return there at this point when he's clearly evolved out of it.
I like both bands a lot, but I don't think this can have the spontaneity and genuineness Godlfesh had when he was a younger mind/musician.

Not necessarily. He's produced stuff like this in (relatively) recent times which shows he's still into the noisier, more abrasive side of the things.



I think he's more into texture rather than structure these days, the most recent thing he's collaborated on being a good example:



How that will translate into Godflesh is anyone's guess.
mz - 19.06.2013 at 12:42  
Written by Annable Courts on 01.06.2013 at 13:24

I think with his maturity Justin Broadrick has slowly moved into slower moods, Jesu, smt that has become increasingly less industrial and metal and more rock. Basically, farther from Godlfesh than ever.
This may not have the energy Godflesh once had, and I'm not sure why he'd even want to return there at this point when he's clearly evolved out of it.
I like both bands a lot, but I don't think this can have the spontaneity and genuineness Godlfesh had when he was a younger mind/musician.


The guy has tones of projects and if he wanted to put out a soft album ( a la jesu) he wouldn't decide to publish it under Godflesh name. I personally think the new album would be abrasive and harsh but cannot judge it's quality
BitterCOld - 19.06.2013 at 19:43  
Jesu is jesu because Justin wanted to explore more of that style of music. he seems very good at compartmentalizing different approaches with different bands.

jesu evolved out of later Godflesh, but is not Godflesh... and Godflesh is not Technoanimal is not Grey Machine is not Final.

hell, when he wanted to rework jesu's "Pale Sketches" the deviation was significant enough he called the project Pale Sketcher* to separate it out the new approach from jesu.

*still haven't actually listened to it yet, just read it recently cleaning out the closet and stumbling upon an interview in an old terrorizer or decibel.

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