5.22.2013

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GODFLESH + KHOST
Year:  2016
Country:  UK
Label:  Cold Spring
Format:  CD
Tracks:  5
Time:  23 min.
Genre:  rock , electronic
Style:        Doom Metal        Noise
























Needles Into the Ground contains material by Khost which has been elementally transformed by Justin Broadrick of Godflesh. The original Khost material – taken from their second album Corrosive Shroud – is dense, multifaceted and purgatorial with no straightforward ‘stems’ based approach. Broadrick has extracted what he needed for his work whilst in pure Godflesh mode. As a result, the outcome is claustrophobic and frenetic, the experience akin to being in the proximity of a large, unstable machine on the verge of meltdown. In addition to these pieces, Khost has added a new track. Vinyl comes with download code. “If it was a painting it would be about a kilometer wide held up by old, thick metal supports and wires that creak in wind, in parts abstract, in parts quite hard to decipher, and the materials would be oil like and seeping, never quite drying out” (Khost).
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https://s3.amazonaws.com/merchdirect-stores/product_images/38074"Streetcleaner"
Year:  1989
Country:  UK
City:  Birmingham
Label:  Earache
Format:  CD , LP
Tracks:  14
Time:  68 min.
Genre:  electronic , rock
Style:        Industrial        Doom Metal























"Streetcleaner" is the second release and the debut full length album by british Industrial rock band GODFLESH. It was released on November 13, 1989 on "Earache Records".
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"Idem"
Year:  1988
Country:  UK
City:  Birmingham
Label:  Earache
Format:  EP
Tracks:  5
Time:  30 min.
Genre:  electronic , rock
Style:        Industrial        Doom Metal

























GODFLESH is the eponymous first release by the influential industrial metal band GODFLESH. It was originally released in 1988 on "Swordfish Records", and was later reissued on "Earache Records" with two additional songs. Musically, the album's generally very slow and extremely heavy riffs are virtually a polar opposite to Broadrick's fast-paced work with Napalm Death on their genre-defining fast grindcore debut "Scum".
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