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Tag Archives: Justin Broadrick

Cavalera Conspiracy to release fourth album in November

Posted by on July 24, 2017

Max Cavalera is one of the hardest working men in metal, and he’s going to continue the madness with yet another album from Cavalera Conspiracy. Psychosis, their foruth, will be out on November 17th on Napalm Records. The nine song album, their first since 2014’s Pandemonium, will find Max and his brother Iggor joined by Godflesh mastermind Justin […]

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New Pelican EP reworks “The Cliff”

Posted by on February 4, 2015

Pelican are releasing an EP of reworked versions of “The Cliff,” which comes from their 2013 album, Forever Becoming. You can listen to the first two tracks of the EP below. The first track features a relative rarity for the band – vocals. Allen Epley, the vocalist that appeared on “Final Breath” from the band’s 2009 album, What We All Come to […]

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Pelican with vocals are just as good as Pelican instrumental

Posted by on December 3, 2014

Pelican have always been reliably great, an instrumental quartet that owes equal parts to post-metal and indie rock. Last year’s Forever Becoming was the first album without band founder Laurent Schroeder-Lebec, but they’ve carried on just fine without him. One of the highlights of that album was a song called “The Cliff,” and on February 24th, the […]

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Godflesh ablaze with “A World Lit Only By Fire”

Posted by on September 29, 2014

The new Godflesh album, A World Lit Only By Fire, is streaming now over at NPR. This new full-length album, the first in 13 years since the release of Hymns, came about as founder Justin Broadrick was looking for an outlet for material that didn’t quite fit with his other projects. “I’ve been fantasizing and imagining this for […]

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Justin Broadrick talks the rebirth of Godflesh

Posted by on September 23, 2014

With the formation of Godflesh in 1988, Justin Broadrick and G.C. Green launched a genre. Their sludgy, bass-heavy industrial, perhaps best showcased on their 1989 debut Streetcleaner went on to influence countless industrial and post-rock bands. The group, who initially disbanded in 2002, got back together to tour several years ago, finally made their way over […]

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New Godflesh single is not from the Dark Ages

Posted by on August 5, 2014

For over a decade, the metal world has had to endure without any new music from Godflesh, the industrial metal project of Justin Broadrick and G.C. Green. That all changed earlier this year, with the release of the Decline & Fall EP, the first new material from Godflesh in thirteen years. To say that it was […]

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Stream the new Godflesh EP right now

Posted by on June 2, 2014

Did you enjoy your first taste of new music from Godflesh? How’s about a full helping? The band’s new EP Decline & Fall is now available for streaming in full on Bandcamp so you can enjoy hearing the first new release from Godflesh since 2001’s Hymns. Our favorite description of Godflesh came from Faith No More’s Mike Patton, […]

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Time for some new Godflesh

Posted by on May 21, 2014

It’s been 13 years since we’ve heard new music from Godflesh, but after their triumphant return to the states, they announced that they would be releasing an EP and an album this year. With the EP, Decline & Fall, due out on June 2nd, they’ve released the track listing as well as a song from the album, […]

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Photos: Godflesh return to New York City

Posted by on April 14, 2014

It’d been well over a decade since Godflesh came to New York City, and many in the industrial, metal and electronic world were beyond excited for the band’s return back in October. However, just a week before their two week tour of the States was to begin, the tour was postponed for nebulous reasons. When […]

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It turns out metal artists like EDM too

Posted by on December 13, 2013

While metal artists have been experimenting with electronic music since long before Korn’s 2011 album The Path of Totality, that was definitely the largest scale collaboration between a heavy band and electronic artists. Last year’s Orion Fest had it’s own DJ tent, and somewhat surprisingly, it was packed both days of the fest. And now, […]

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