Godflesh playing "Streetcleaner" live at Maryland Deathfest X – taken from "Maryland Deathfest: The Movie III" which can be ordered here. [via Decibel Magazine]
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TODAY IS THE DAY hosts this episode of The Fix with videos from Godflesh, Slayer, Pantera, Rollins Band, and Ministry.
After a pretty uneventful slate of releases last week – can we all agree in the age of Spotify and Youtube that live albums and re-releases just aren't much of a sell anymore? – the labels are coming strong this week, particularly if you dig your metal on the brutal side.
The first official video from Beastwars' debut full-length record. Directed by Hamish. The video was done by the same creative team that did the "Lord of the Rings" films. New Zealand Stoner Sludge for fans of Kyuss, Neurosis, Godflesh, Red Fang and Mastodon.
This. video. is. AWESOME. Thanks to my buddy Nick for posting a link to this 90 minute documentary, which looks like it was shot in the early 90s featuring all the bands de jour of the time including a young Napalm Death, a young Morbid Angel, Paradise Lost, Bolt Thrower, Carcass, Entombed, Godflesh and more. It [...]
Dear London, we're jealous of you! That's because you get to go see Neurosis and Godflesh play on the same bill on Sunday, December 2nd at The Forum. Just saying… really jealous. Tickets can be purchased here Neurosis will be supporting their new album, Honor Found In Decay out October 30th on Neurot Recordings
Last week, I posted that Kylesa was coming out with a rarities album, and I found out later in the day that ISIS is too! The CD/DVD will be called Temporal, and will be released on November 6th. Like Kylesa's upcoming From The Vaults, Vol. 1, Temporal will also feature a collection of unreleased rarities and [...]
Head over to Amazon.com to download yourself a rather killer free MP3 sampler CD from Earache Records in honor of their 25th anniversary. The label has compiled some of their best tracks, including choice cuts from Napalm Death, At The Gates, Morbid Angel, Entombed, Deicide, Hate Eternal, Decapitated, Godflesh, Sleep, The Haunted, Cerebral Bore and [...]
Is there really such thing as an unlikely location for a metal band to originate these days? Process of Guilt are natives of Portugal, but it's improbable that their alchemy of juggernaut sludge and minimalist post-metal was birthed through any geography other than the internet. In 2012 you can hear anything that's out there, and [...]
Finally: a Fear Factory record that can be regarded without the context of high drama hanging over its release. Burton C. Bell and Dino Cazares are back and yes, they do have a new rhythm section: former Chimaira guitarist Matt DeVries on bass and Mike Heller as touring drummer (the album was recorded with a [...]
Its the Relapse Records Maryland Death Fest podcast special!! Featuring tracks from all performing Relapse Artists, old and new, in addition to exclusive tracks from Baroness, Primate and Mantas!!! We also have new music from Royal Thunder, Dying Fetus & more!! This month's interview is with Jenks Miller of Horseback! DOWNLOAD, PLUG IN, & TURN [...]
Flourishing don't play by anyone's rules. This is often a hallmark of interesting music that isn't ultimately engaging or enduring. The Sum of All Fossils breaks that mold; it's a genre-defying album that's utterly satisfying. Flourishing have conjured up a full-length debut that adroitly juxtaposes battery and beauty, showering us with stupendous riffs amidst a [...]
Seminal industrial band Godflesh have only played a handful of shows since reuniting in 2009, none of them in America. But all that changes in 2012, as the promoters of the Maryland Deathfest have announce this blockbuster booking for next year's festival, which happens during Memorial Day weekend. Things will get extra doomy, as they [...]
Justin Broadrick, is a modern day rennisance man. He was a big part of early Napalm Death, and later of course Godflesh and Jesu among many other acts. Recently, he was interviewed by New York radio station WFMU, which now posted the 3-hour marathon podcast, featuring a convo with the dude as well as music [...]
If you don't check out Earache Records head honco Digby Pearson's blog, Ask Earache, you're missing out on some candid knowledge. Just recently, he answered a question regarding a rather controversial subject, album re-issues. Many critics would call such a practice "double dipping" to try to get diehard fans to pay for the same album [...]