Godflesh discography

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Godflesh discography
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Godflesh performing reunion concerts in the early 2010s. Left to right: G. C. Green and Justin Broadrick
Studio albums8
Live albums2
Compilation albums3
Video albums1
Music videos5
EPs6
Singles12
Remix albums2

The English industrial metal band Godflesh have released eight studio albums and six extended plays along with a number of singles, compilations and remix and live albums. The group formed in 1982 under the name Fall of Because, but they did not release any music (outside of a 1986 demo tape titled Extirpate) [1] until 1988 when Justin Broadrick and G. C. Green changed the project's name to Godflesh and recorded a self-titled debut EP. [2] That EP, released through the independent label Swordfish, was met with underground success and has since been recognised as one of the first industrial metal releases, if not the first. [3] [4] [5]

Industrial metal is the fusion of heavy metal music and industrial music, typically employing repeating metal guitar riffs, sampling, synthesizer or sequencer lines, and distorted vocals. Prominent industrial metal acts include Ministry, Godflesh, KMFDM and Nine Inch Nails.

Godflesh English industrial metal band

Godflesh are an English industrial metal band from Birmingham, England. The group formed in 1982 under the title Fall of Because but did not release any complete music until 1988 when Justin Broadrick and G. C. Green (bass) renamed the band and decided to use a drum machine for percussion. Melding heavy metal with industrial music and later with electronic music and dub, Godflesh's innovative sound is widely regarded as a foundational influence on other industrial metal and post-metal acts and as significant to both experimental metal and extreme metal.

Justin Broadrick Record producer, musician, singer

Justin Karl Michael Broadrick is a British singer, songwriter, guitarist and drummer. He is best known as a founding member of the band Godflesh, one of the first bands to combine elements of extreme metal and industrial music. He was briefly in the English grindcore band Napalm Death when he was a teenager in the mid-1980s, writing and recording guitar for Side One of Napalm Death's debut album, Scum. Broadrick has also maintained a parallel career as a producer, producing records and remixes for groups such as Pantera, Isis, Mogwai and Hydra Head labelmates Pelican. Since 2012, he has been releasing hard techno music under the solo moniker JK Flesh. Broadrick has set up record labels such as HeadDirt, Avalanche Recordings, Post Mortem Productions, Lo Fibre and Heartache.

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Though the self-titled EP acted as Godflesh's introduction to innovation and experimentation, their next release and first through Earache Records, 1989's Streetcleaner , garnered even more recognition for its musical importance. [6] [7] [8] After the success of Streetcleaner, Godflesh recorded Pure in 1992, which has drawn retrospective recognition as a significant release in the post-metal genre. [9] [10] The band's third album, Selfless (1994), was Godflesh's debut on Columbia Records. [11] The album sold under expectations, [12] and that coupled with MTV banning the music video of its lead single, "Crush My Soul", led to Columbia dropping support of Godflesh. [11] [13] Regardless of the disappointing commercial performance of Selfless, Broadrick considers that album and all of the preceding releases as Godflesh's best material. [14] [15]

Earache Records is an independent record label, music publisher and management company founded by Digby Pearson, based in Nottingham, England with offices in London and New York. It helped to pioneer extreme metal by releasing early grindcore and death metal records between 1988 and 1994. The label roster has since diversified into more mainstream guitar music, working with bands such as Rival Sons, The Temperance Movement, Blackberry Smoke and The White Buffalo. The company also hosted the 'Earache Express' stage at Glastonbury Festival in 2017 and will be hosting 'The Earache Factory' at Boomtown Fair 2018.

<i>Streetcleaner</i> 1989 studio album by Godflesh

Streetcleaner is the debut studio album by English industrial metal band Godflesh. It was released on 13 November 1989 through Earache Records and was reissued with a second disc of previously unreleased material on 21 June 2010. The album is widely acclaimed by critics and is often cited as a landmark release in industrial metal; though not the genre's first release, Streetcleaner helped define what industrial metal would become.

<i>Pure</i> (Godflesh album) 1992 studio album by Godflesh

Pure is the second studio album by English industrial metal band Godflesh. It was released on 13 April 1992 through Earache Records. Though originally labeled only as industrial metal, the album has since been recognised as one of the earliest post-metal releases. Musically, Pure is harsh and mechanical, with protracted songs and an abundance of deliberate repetition. Like much of Godflesh's music, it is regarded as particularly heavy and aggressive.

In 1996, Godflesh, back on Earache, released Songs of Love and Hate , which featured Bryan Mantia on drums; this was a significant departure from the band's characteristic style, since all of their previous releases had been structured around programmed industrial beats from a drum machine. [16] Broadrick later described this shift as a dilution of Godflesh's original goal, which was to meld human and machine music. [17] Love and Hate in Dub , a remix album released in 1997, saw Godflesh again experimenting, this time with hip hop, breakbeats and dub. [18] [19] Those experiments continued and heightened with the 1999 studio album Us and Them , which again featured machine percussion. [20] After Us and Them proved creatively dissatisfying for Broadrick, [21] the band found a new live drummer (this time in Ted Parsons). Hymns (2001) was recorded in a professional studio, which led to a great deal of frustration for the band. [22] [23] Shortly after Hymns' release, Green quit Godflesh, and Broadrick officially ended the band not long after that. [24]

<i>Songs of Love and Hate</i> (Godflesh album) 1996 studio album by Godflesh

Songs of Love and Hate is the fourth studio album by English industrial metal band Godflesh. Released on 20 August 1996 through Earache Records, it is the band's first album to feature live drums, played by drummer Bryan Mantia, and a more traditional heavy metal sound, generally lacking the experimental and mechanical elements of previous releases. The cover is a photograph of Cancer Alley, Louisiana.

Bryan Mantia American musician

Bryan Kei Mantia, better known by his stage name Brain, is an American contemporary rock drummer and composer. He has played with bands such as Primus, Guns N' Roses, Praxis, and Godflesh, and with other performers such as Tom Waits, Serj Tankian, Bill Laswell, Bootsy Collins, and Buckethead. He has also done session work for numerous artists and bands.

Drum machine electronic musical instrument designed to imitate the sound of drums or other percussion instruments

A drum machine is an electronic musical instrument that creates percussion. Drum machines may imitate drum kits or other percussion instruments, or produce unique sounds. Most modern drum machines allow users to program their own rhythms. Drum machines may create sounds using analog synthesis or play prerecorded samples.

Godflesh reformed in 2010 as Broadrick and Green. [25] After performing scattered shows for four years, the band's return album, A World Lit Only by Fire (2014), was released to critical acclaim and appeared on several critics' year-end lists. [26] [27] It was a notably heavy industrial metal album focused again on downtuned guitar, distorted bass and driving machine drums. [28] [29] In 2017, Godflesh's eighth album, Post Self , was released. Like A World Lit Only by Fire, it drew critical praise and award recognition; [30] [31] unlike that previous album, however, Post Self proved introspective and experimental. [32] Despite regular acclaim from critics and fellow musicians, Godflesh have received only minor commercial success. [33]

<i>A World Lit Only by Fire</i> (album) 2014 studio album by Godflesh

A World Lit Only by Fire is the seventh studio album by English industrial metal band Godflesh. It was released on 7 October 2014 through frontman Justin Broadrick's own label, Avalanche Recordings, and was the band's first full-length album since 2001's Hymns. It was preceded by the digital singles "New Dark Ages" in August 2014 and "Imperator" in September 2014, and it was followed by several international tours.

<i>Post Self</i> 2017 studio album by Godflesh

Post Self is the eighth studio album by English industrial metal band Godflesh. It was released on 17 November 2017 through frontman Justin Broadrick's own record label, Avalanche Recordings, and was the band's second album since reforming in 2010. The single "Post Self" was released for streaming on 31 October 2017, and a second track, "Be God", was released for streaming on 11 November 2017, six days in advance of the full release. Godflesh avoided interviews in the wake of Post Self, hoping to retain some of the album's purity and give listeners a chance to digest the music in a vacuum.

Albums

Studio albums

TitleAlbum detailsPeak chart positionsNotes
UK Indie
[34] [35]
GRE
[36]
US Heat
[37]
US Taste
[38]
Streetcleaner 1945
  • CD versions include the otherwise unreleased Tiny Tears EP as a set of bonus tracks [39]
  • Remastered and reissued in 2010 with a second disc of bonus tracks [40]
  • Was performed in its entirety at Roadburn 2011 [41]
Pure
Selfless 12
Songs of Love and Hate
Us and Them
  • Again featured machine percussion [20]
  • Intended to be followed by a remix album entitled Us and Them in Dub, but it was never completed [44]
Hymns
  • Godflesh's final album before dissolution in 2002 [24]
  • The band's second and final album with a live drummer [24]
  • Remastered and reissued in 2013 with a second disc of bonus tracks [45]
A World Lit Only by Fire 2225
  • Intended to be followed by a remix album entitled A World Lit Only by Fire in Dub, but it was never completed [17]
Post Self 23
"—" denotes a title that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Extended plays

TitleEP details UK Indie
[34]
Notes
Godflesh
  • Released: 1988
  • Label: Swordfish (FLESH LP1)
  • Format: CD, vinyl
20
  • Godflesh's debut and one of the originating industrial metal releases [3] [4] [5]
  • Reissued in 1990 with two bonus tracks after Earache Records acquired Godflesh [47]
Slavestate
  • Most releases include Slavestate Remixes and the "Slateman" single [48]
Cold World
  • Recorded in 1991 during the Pure sessions [49]
Merciless
  • Title track derived from a Fall of Because (pre-Godflesh) song [1]
Messiah
  • Recorded in 1994 during the Selfless sessions [50]
  • Released in a limited fan club capacity in 2000 [51]
  • Received a large-scale release in 2003 [52]
Decline & Fall
  • Godflesh's first original material since 2001's Hymns [53]
  • Recorded in 2014 during the A World Lit Only by Fire sessions [54]
"—" denotes a title that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Remix albums

TitleAlbum detailsNotes
Slavestate Remixes
  • Only received limited release as a 12-inch vinyl with unique artwork, but was included on most issues of Slavestate [48]
Love and Hate in Dub

Compilation albums

TitleAlbum detailsNotes
The Ten Commandments
  • Only a promotional release [56]
  • Cover artwork is a still frame from the music video for "Crush My Soul" [56]
Life Is Easy
  • A compilation of Fall of Because (pre-Godflesh) demos originally released in 1986 under the title Extirpate [12]
In All Languages
  • The first disc comprises a best-of collection, the second comprises a selection of rare and otherwise unreleased tracks and an additional DVD or VHS comprises the band's music videos [57]

Live albums

TitleAlbum detailsNotes
Streetcleaner: Live at Roadburn 2011
  • Documents the band's 2011 Roadburn performance of Streetcleaner in its entirety [41]
Godflesh – The Earache Peel Sessions

Singles

TitleYearAlbumNotes
"Pulp" / "Christbait Rising"1989 Streetcleaner
  • Only a 12-inch promotional release [60]
"Slateman"1991Non-album single
  • Was included on most issues of Slavestate [48]
  • Cover photograph taken during a 1991 live performance where Godflesh opened for the grunge band Nirvana [61]
"Straight to Your Heart" Loopflesh / Fleshloop
  • Two-track split with the English space rock band Loop [62]
  • First side features Loop covering Godflesh's "Like Rats", while the second features Godflesh covering Loop's "Straight to Your Heart" from Heaven's End (1987) [62]
"Mothra"1992 Pure
"Xnoybis"1995 Selfless
"Crush My Soul"
"F.O.D. (Fuck of Death)"2013Non-album single
"Ringer"2014 Decline & Fall
"New Dark Ages" A World Lit Only by Fire
"Imperator"
"Post Self"2017 Post Self
"Be God"

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