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JK Flesh / Orphx
Light Bringer

A union of JK Flesh and Orphx was never going to go gentle into that good night. New LP Light Bringer collects audio from some shows the two acts played together in Germany and the Netherlands. Results are as one might expect - harsh rhythmic noise, skull-crushing techno beats and doom-laden industrial bassweight. Wicked stuff. It’ll come as no surprise to find out that Light Bringer is being released on Hospital Recordings.

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New Horizon

Brand new album from grinding sonic alchemist JK Flesh also known as Justin K Broadrick (Godflesh, Jesu). With this project he's making dark and porous dub influenced techno packed to the brim with the same forms of sonic nihilism that pervades his more guitar orientated work. Be very afraid, this is truly an assault on the senses.  

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In Your Pit EP

New one on The Bug's label Pressure. Not sure what else I have to say really. It's bloody heavy techno. Incomparably. Uncompromisingly. Just so very heavy. And that is no surprise, after all this is Godflesh's Justin Broadrick we're talking about. Whether there or as part of Napalm Death or Techno Animal, or hell, as JK Flesh. In Your Pit Ep is as it sounds. An unrelenting exploration of space and weight that'll destroy any dance floor. 

Streetcleaner: Live At Roadburn 2011

Streetcleaner is the second (some say definitive) album of Justin K. Broadrick’s legendary Godflesh, and Roadburn is the Dutch festival renowned by fans of heavy music the world over. On this record, the two meet one another, with Godflesh playing a beefed-up version of the album in front of a rapturous live audience at the festival in 2011. Definitely a new flavour added to Streetcleaner here. Released by Roadburn Records.

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Wasplike EP

Justin Broadrick is known for his work with Napalm Death, Godflesh, Pale Sketcher, Jesu, and his collaboration with The Bug AKA Kevin Martin in Techno Animal. As JK Flesh he takes industrial, dub and power electronics to create ear-bleeding techno and heavy electronica. Wasplike EP is his latest EP, 12” coloured vinyl on Inner Surface Music.

Post Self

Godflesh are known as an industrial metal band, but their 8th album, Post-Self, sees them move away from metal and experiment with industrial and post-punk sounds, exploring what inspired them in the first place. Lyrically the album deals with anxiety and depression, fear, mortality and paternal and maternal relationships.

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Suicide Estate

Justin K Broadrick is obviously no stranger to darkness and violence. On this full length foray into distorted, swampy techno, direct references to his environment and the threat of a self-imposed antibiotic apocalypse inform a bitter, unpleasant album, growling and scraping its way along a grey street.

Council Estate Electronics

Diarmuid Dalton and heavy music all-rounder Justin K Broadrick join together to pay tribute to the place they both grew up and the synth music they listened to while doing so. Council Estate Electronics is a bit less noisy than, say, Godflesh, instead sending out spiralling signals of komische and dub. Project debut Arktika is released by Glacial Movements.

Songs Of Love and Hate

From 1996, an album from pioneers of industrial music Godflesh for the first time on vinyl with Songs of Love and Hate.  Genre defining at the time, now you can experience the drums of Bryan Mantia and Napalm Death guitarist Justin Broadrick’s atmospheric and minimalistic industrial sound in impeccable quality. Also on CD.
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Industrial metal Brummies, Godflesh, released their debut album, Streetcleaner, in 1989. They formed in the early ‘80s when former Napalm Death guitarist, Justin Broadrick and bass player, Christian Green started working together. It wasn’t until 1988, however, that they became Godflesh. Unlike many traditional metal bands, the duo make use of a drum machine which underpins their industrial sound. If you like this kind of stuff (and why wouldn't you?) it's pretty essential, really. Reissue LP on Earache.