Godflesh - Godflesh Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Industrial / Artist: Godflesh / Import / Audio CD released 1995-06-27 at Earache / Disc #1 ... more
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by - written on 19/01/12 (Very useful, 26 readings)
Godflesh might not be everyone's idea of musical bliss, their music is a pretty acquired taste that may not even appeal to most metal fans. The 80s Napalm Death line up spawned numerous outstanding musical acts when they went their own ways - Carcass, Cathedral and last but not least Godflesh are just some of those bands. Justin Broadrick was very much the driving force behind Godflesh, having played on Napalm Death's now legendary 1987 "Scum" album, he opted for a slight change in musical direction but was undoubtedly as equally creative. Godflesh's self-titled album was originally released in 1988 and sounds ahead of its time, other than a bit of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/07/08 (Very useful, 13 readings)
Godflesh were one of the more subtly influential metal bands of the late eighties to early nineties, the first to combine industrial electronic music with a heavy metal style in a creative and naturalistic manner, unlike the excess of other bands such as Fear Factory. Their first self-titled E.P. contains six high quality songs that carry off a gloomy and coldly mechanical atmosphere, possessing all the heaviness and intensity of Justin Broadrick's previous band Napalm Death, but without the focus on speed and anger. The music is based around repeating electronic drum rhythms and heavy guitar riffs, but each track is kept distinct enough to appreciate in ... Read the complete review
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