It's thematically connected to 1992's The Red In The Sky Is Ours.
It's James Benson's (Amiensus, Adora Vivos, Fail to Decay) new project!
A limited number of special shows here in the US & Europe have been promised.
Hardwired To Self-Destruct sold a friggin' of copies. See who else made the cut
"It's just boring to me. Every time I hear a new metal band, I'm just like, 'No, thanks.' I try to do the opposite of whatever is going on in metal."
The ten tracks on offer span the width and breathe of the Godflesh oeuvre, sounding as rhythmically calculating and drill-press noisy as early works on the one hand while coming across as more nuanced on the other with bouts of formless amorphousness weaved into various sections.
Scotland. Not the country that first comes to mind when thinking in terms of skanky dankness. Sure, it might be…
Seriously, there is a lot of stuff going on here.
Damn, son. Time flies.
Godflesh being gloomy? Never!
Guitarists Matthew Weed & Eric Jernigan talk the process for the new album and going independent
DANK SLAMS: Does Italy's DAEMUSINEM Do Justice To Their CANNIBAL CORPSE Overlords? Decide For Yourself With Full-Album Stream!
Sometimes we get a little spent on the slam. Too many hammers, too much of the time. What do we…
"Post-Self sees them move away from metal and experiment with industrial and post-punk sounds, exploring what inspired them in the first place."
Gene Simmons? Conceited? No way!
Finally, the weekend is upon us. What better way to kick it off than with the latest installment of "Funeral…
Oh Australia, never change.
It's called Razorgrind for a reason.
Swedish radio channel P1 has a summer series called "Sommar i P1" where a notable Swedish musician guest-hosts each day. Yesterday, the host…