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Tours: Godflesh (Reschedule US)
Godflesh have announced new dates to replace those they recently cancelled. You can click Read…
October 16, 2013
Media: Godflesh: "F.O.D."
Godflesh have released their first new recording in more than a decade with a new cover of Slaughter's "F.O.D. (Fuck of Death)." The song will appear on a flexi disc from Decibel…
September 20, 2013
Tours: Godflesh / American Sharks / Prurient
Godflesh have announced some US dates in October. Opening some of the shows will be American Sharks and Prurient. The band recently remastered and reissued their…
August 05, 2013
Tours: Godflesh to remaster, reissue 'Hymns'
Influential industrial/hardcore/etc. outfit Godflesh will be reissuing their final album Hymns on February 19, 2013. The double CD reissue will be remastered and feature a bonus disc of rarities along…
December 12, 2012
Videos: Isis: "Pilable Foe"
Isis have released the video for "Pliable Foe." It's one of the tracks on their newly issued retrospective rarities compilation, Temporal which came out on November 6, 2012. Along with the song, the band posted one of the covers…
November 07, 2012
Videos: Neurosis, Godflesh to co-headline show in London
Two legendary post metal pioneers will be sharing a stage together this year. Godflesh - which was formed by original Napalm Death drummer and current Jesu leader Justin Broaderick - will be performing alongside California's…
September 05, 2012
Media: J2: "8mm Sweet Bitter"
J2, the new project from Justin Broaderick of Jesu/Godflesh and Jarboe of Swans has posted the first song from their upcoming collaborative release. The two previously worked together on a track from the Jesu EP, Lifeline. You can find the song on their label's myspace page.…
January 16, 2008
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