Justin Broadrick discography

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Justin Broadrick performing with Godflesh in 1996.

This is a partial discography of Justin Broadrick , a prolific English songwriter, guitarist, singer, producer and general multi-instrumentalist musician most known for being the leading force of the industrial metal band Godflesh. [1] Broadrick is also recognized for his experimental project Jesu, his key contributions to the seminal grindcore album Scum (1987) by Napalm Death, [2] and his strong presence in the electronic and industrial remix community.

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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Contents

Throughout his career, Broadrick has released music under numerous different titles and with numerous different artists. He has provided remixes for Pantera, Isis, Mogwai, Pelican and many others. [3] His music, especially under the Godflesh title, has been cited as a powerful early influence on industrial and extreme music at large. [4]

Pantera American heavy metal band

Pantera was an American heavy metal band from Arlington, Texas. The group was formed in 1981 by the Abbott brothers – drummer Vinnie Paul and guitarist Dimebag Darrell – along with lead vocalist Terry Glaze. Bassist Rex Brown joined the band the following year, replacing Tommy D. Bradford, who was the unofficial original. Having started as a glam metal band, Pantera released four albums during the 1980s. Looking for a new and heavier sound, Pantera replaced Glaze with Phil Anselmo in late 1986 and released Power Metal in 1988. With its fifth album, 1990's Cowboys from Hell, Pantera introduced the groove metal genre, while its 1992 follow-up Vulgar Display of Power exhibited an even heavier sound. Far Beyond Driven (1994) debuted at number one on the Billboard 200. In addition to their contribution to the groove metal genre, Pantera is credited for being part of the second wave of thrash metal scene in the early-to-mid 1990s.

Isis (band) Los Angeles, California-based post-metal band

Isis was an American heavy metal band founded in Boston, Massachusetts in 1997 and later based in Los Angeles. The band borrowed from and helped to evolve the post-metal sound pioneered by bands such as Neurosis and Godflesh, characterized by lengthy songs focusing on repetition and evolution of structure. Isis's last studio album, Wavering Radiant, was released on May 5, 2009. Isis disbanded in June 2010, just before the release of a split EP with the Melvins. In 2018, the group reformed as 'Celestial' for a one-off show to pay tribute to Caleb Scofield.

Mogwai Scottish post-rock band

Mogwai are a Scottish post-rock band, formed in 1995 in Glasgow. The band consists of Stuart Braithwaite, Barry Burns, Dominic Aitchison, and Martin Bulloch (drums). The band typically compose lengthy guitar-based instrumental pieces that feature dynamic contrast, melodic bass guitar lines, and heavy use of distortion and effects.

As frontman

Godflesh (1988–2002, 2010–present) [5]

<i>Godflesh</i> (EP) 1988 EP by Godflesh

Godflesh is the debut extended play (EP) by English industrial metal band Godflesh. It was originally released in 1988 through Swordfish Records and later saw several reissues on Earache Records with two additional songs. An unexpected underground success, the eponymous EP made it onto the UK Indie Chart and peaked at position 20. Though not supported by any singles or music videos at the time, a fan-made video for "Avalanche Master Song" has since been made official by the band.

<i>Loopflesh / Fleshloop</i> 1991 EP (split) by Godflesh & Loop

Loopflesh / Fleshloop is a split EP between English industrial metal band Godflesh and English rock band Loop. On side A of the 7-inch vinyl, Loop covers the song "Like Rats" by Godflesh, and on side B, Godflesh covers the song "Straight to Your Heart" by Loop. The palindrome "Rats Live On No Evil Star" appears etched into both sides of the record. Only a thousand copies were pressed.

<i>Slavestate</i> 1991 EP by Godflesh

Slavestate is an EP by industrial metal band Godflesh. It was released in July 1991 through Earache Records. The EP saw the band experimenting with more samples and electronic sounds than their predominantly industrial metal prior releases.

Jesu (2004–present) [6]

<i>Heart Ache</i> 2004 EP by Jesu

The Heart Ache EP is the first release by Jesu. Justin Broadrick wrote both tracks, played all of the instruments as well as mixed and produced the EP. It was originally released on 30 August 2004 by Dry Run Records; Avalanche Recordings released a 12" vinyl version in January 2008 also. The vinyl version is limited to 1500 copies.

<i>Jesu</i> (album) 2004 studio album by Jesu

Jesu is the first full-length album by British experimental music band Jesu, released through Hydra Head Records on 8 December 2004. Unlike the Heart Ache EP, where Justin Broadrick executed all instrumentation himself, this release features Ted Parsons on drums, Diarmuid Dalton on bass, and a guest appearance by Paul Neville on guitar on the track "Man/Woman". The album was released in Japan by Daymare Recordings and contains two additional instrumental remixes on a bonus disc. In February 2005, a double vinyl picture disc set was released by Hydra Head, limited to 1000 copies. The picture disc pressing contains an alternate, cleaner mix than the CD or standard LP editions.

<i>Silver</i> (Jesu EP) 2006 EP by Jesu

Silver is the second EP by Jesu, their third release overall, released by Hydra Head Records on 11 April 2006. This album shows a more melodic and poppy side to the band than the previous two Jesu releases, drawing comparisons to shoegazing bands such as My Bloody Valentine and Ride. Pitchfork Media placed the title track at #488 on their "The Top 500 Tracks of the 2000s" list. Decibel ranked the EP the 6th best release of 2006 and the 26th best release of the decade.

As a member

Fall of Because (1983–1987) [7]

Napalm Death (1985–1986) [8]

Head of David (1987–1989) [9]

  • Dustbowl (1988)
  • The Saveana Mixes (1988)
  • White Elephant (1989)
<i>Dustbowl</i> (album) 1988 studio album by Head of David

Dustbowl is a studio album by the rock band Head of David. It was released in 1988 through Blast First.

Sweet Tooth (1990–1993) [10]

  • Soft White Underbelly (1990)
  • Crash Live (1993)

Techno Animal (1991–2004, 2017) [11]

<i>Ghosts</i> (Techno Animal album) 1991 studio album by Techno Animal

Ghosts is the debut album of the Illbient band Techno Animal, released on Pathological Records in 1991.

<i>Re-Entry</i> (Techno Animal album) 1995 studio album by Techno Animal

Re-Entry is the second album by the Illbient band Techno Animal, released on June 20, 1995 through Virgin Records.

<i>Techno Animal Versus Reality</i> 1998 studio album and Remix album by Techno Animal

Techno Animal Versus Reality is a remix album by the Illbient band Techno Animal, released on March 30, 1998 through City Slang.

God (1992–1994) [12]

Ice (1993–1998) [13]

The Sidewinder (1996–1998) [14]

  • Colonized (1996)
  • Implant (1997)

Youpho (1998–2000) [15]

  • Anti Body / Mode 7 (1998)
  • Anxiety / Life (1998)
  • Malfunktion / Program (2000)

The Curse of the Golden Vampire (1998–2003) [16]

White Viper (1998–1999) [17]

  • Crawler / Into The Light (1999)

Zonal (2000, 2017–present) [18]

  • The Quatermass Project, Volume 1 (2000)
  • Zonal (2019) [19]

Eraser (2000) [20]

  • Overdrive / Overdose (2000)

with Jarboe (2008) [21]

Oxbow presents Love's Holiday Orchestra (2008) [22]

  • Live at Supersonic, 2007 (2008)

Council Estate Electronics (2009–present) [23]

  • Kitsland (available exclusively as a digital release) (2009)
  • Longmeadow (available exclusively as a digital release) (2012)
  • Arktika (2016)

Greymachine (2009–present) [24]

The Blood of Heroes (2009–present) [25]

  • The Blood of Heroes (2010)
  • Remain (2010)
  • The Waking Nightmare (2012)

with Andrew Broder (2010)

  • Kissing Kin Singles Club (2010)

Valley of Fear (2012) [26]

Solo projects

Final (1983–1987, 1993–present) [27]

  • Maximum Hatred (Cassette) (1985)
  • Inheritance (Cassette) (1986)
  • Execution Of The Will (Cassette) (1986)
  • One (1993)
  • Flow / Openings (7") (1995)
  • Solaris (EP) (1996)
  • 2 (1996)
  • Urge / Fail (7") (1996)
  • The First Millionth of a Second (1997)
  • 3 (2006)
  • Infinite Guitar 1 (CDr) (2007)
  • Infinite Guitar 2 (CDr) (2007)
  • Guitar & Bass Improvisations Volume 1 (CDr) (2007)
  • Guitar & Bass Improvisations Volume 2 (CDr) (2007)
  • Infinite Guitar 1 & 2 / Guitar & Bass Improvisations Vol 1 & 2 (CDr) (2008)
  • Fade Away (2008)
  • :Afar: (2008)
  • Dead Air (2008)
  • Reading All The Right Signals Wrong (2009)
  • Infinite Guitar 3 / Guitar & Bass Improvisations 3 (2009)
  • Final + Fear Falls Burning (with Fear Falls Burning) (2009)
  • My Body is a Dying Machine (Digital EP) (2010)
  • The Apple Never Falls Far From The Tree (2010)
  • Burning Bridges Will Light Your Way (Digital) (2012)
  • Infinite Guitar 4 (2013)
  • Black Dollars (2015) – expanded digital reissue of My Body is a Dying Machine EP

Last Exit (1984) [28]

  • 06.03.84 (1984)

Split with Andy Hawkins (1995) [29]

Solaris BC (1996–2009) [30]

Krackhead (1998–2009) [31]

Tech Level 2 (2000–2003) [32]

  • Hymn / Hard Times (Dub) (2000)
  • Tempest / Lexicon (2001)
  • Teknological / Master (2002)
  • Whowanseekwar (2003) – split 12" with Soundmurderer & SK-1

White Static Demon (2009–present) [33]

  • Decayed (2009)
  • Apparitions (2010)
  • The Poisoned Tape (2013)

Pale Sketcher (2010–present) [34]

  • Can I Go Now (Gone Version) (2010)
  • Jesu: Pale Sketches Demixed (2010)
  • Seventh Heaven (2011)
  • Warm Sunday / Mogadon (2013)
  • Just Won't Sing (2013)

JK Flesh (2012–present) [35]

As a contributor

Compilation appearances [36] [37] [38] [39] [40]

Guest instrumentation

Technical

  • Cable RegimeAssimilate & Destroy (1992) production
  • Cable Regime – Life In The House Of The Enemy (1992) production, mixing
  • Cable Regime – Kill Lies All (1993) production
  • LullJourney Through Underworlds (1993) mixing
  • Pram Iron Lung (1993) recording
  • Terminal Power Company Red Skin Eclipse (1993) production, mixing
  • Terminal Power Company – Juggernaut (1993) production
  • Deathless – Nondeathless (1993) production
  • Cable Regime – King of Beers (1993) production
  • Cable Regime – Brave New World (1995) production
  • Cable Regime – Cable Regime (2000) production
  • Pelican After the Ceiling Cracked (2007) live technician
  • GallhammerRuin of a Church (2008) production
  • Transitional – Nothing Real Nothing Absent (2008) mastering
  • JarboeLive In London 2005 (2008) live mixing
  • Isis Live V (2009) live mixing
  • Transitional – Stomach Of The Sun (2009) mastering
  • ConstantsIf Tomorrow The War (2010) production
  • Necessary – Voldsløkka (2010) production
  • ...And The Earth Swarmed With Them – The Fading Voice Of The Old Era Speaks To Us, But Where Are The Ears Left To Hear It? (2010) mixing
  • Sky Burial – Aegri Somnia (2011) mastering
  • RamessesPossessed By The Rise Of Magik (2011) mixing, executive production
  • Transitional – Dark Matter Communion (2013) mastering
  • Halspirit – Musiques Immobiles : point central (2014) mastering
  • Dragged Into Sunlight/Gnaw Their Tongues NV (2015) production
  • End Christian – Bach Part One (2018) additional mixing, production on "Great Escapes"

Remixes

As Final

As Godflesh

  • The Lemonheads – "Godflesh Style (Remix By Justin K Broadrick)" (1994) on Style
  • Khost (Deconstructed and Reconstructed by Godflesh) – Needles Into The Ground (2016) full album
  • The Membranes – "21st Century Man (Godflesh Remix)" (2016)
  • Mortiis – "The Great Leap (Godflesh)" (2017), also "Extended Version"
  • Controlled Bleeding – "Swarm (Remix by Justin K Broadrick / Godflesh)" (2017)

As Jesu

  • Necessary Intergalactic Cooperation - "Materialismo (Jesu Mix)" (2005) on Teledubgnosis vs. N.I.C.
  • Agoraphobic Nosebleed – "Flesh of Jesu Mix" (2006) on PCP Torpedo/ANbRx
  • Explosions in the Sky – "The Birth and Death of The Day (Jesu Mix)" (2007) on All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone
  • Maninkari – "Participation Mystic (Remix by Jesu)" (2007)
  • Fog – "I Have Been Wronged (Jesu Remix)" (2007)
  • Pyramids – "The Echo of Something Lovely (Jesu)" (2008) on Pyramids
  • School of Seven Bells – "Face To Face on High Places (Jesu Remix)" (2009), also "Instrumental Version"
  • Iroha – "Last Day of Summer (Jesu Remix)" (2011)
  • Vidna Obmana – "Out from the Garden Reminded" (2011)
  • Challenger – "Life in the Paint (Jesu Remix)" (2012)
  • Isaurian – "Hologram (Jesu Remix)" (2017)
  • Jack Colwell – "Beneather (Jesu Remix)" (2017)

As JK Flesh

  • Necessary Intergalactic Cooperation - "Say U Sick (JK Flesh Mix)" (2005) on Teledubgnosis vs. N.I.C.
  • Necessary Intergalactic Cooperation – "Big Smoke Dub" (2007)
  • Final – "Inanimate Air (JK Flesh Remix)" (2010)
  • Cloaks – "Rust on Metal (JK Flesh Remix)" (2011)
  • Jesu – "Christmas (JK Flesh Remix)" (2012)
  • Violetshaped – "cX31Ø (JK Flesh Reshape)" (2013)
  • RA – "Paz Podre (JK Flesh Remix)" (2014)
  • AnD – "Non Sky Signal Noise (Justin Broadrick as JK Flesh Remix)" (2015)
  • Necessary – "Insisting on Racial Name Calling (JK Flesh Remix)" (2015)
  • Health – "Men Today (JK Flesh Remix)" (2017)
  • These Hidden Hands – "Dendera Light (JK Flesh Remix)" (2017)
  • Survive – "Other (Justin K Broadrick as JK Flesh Remix)" (2017)
  • Addremove – "Crie (JK Flesh Remix)" (2017)
  • Dead Fader – "FYI (JK Flesh Remix)" (2017)
  • Godflesh – "In Your Shadow (JK Flesh Reshape)" (2017)
  • End Christian – "Altered for Concern (JK Flesh Mix)" (2018)
  • Phal:Angst – "The Books (JK Flesh Remix)" (2018)

As Pale Sketcher

  • Jesu – "Christmas (Pale Sketcher Remix)" (2010)
  • Miracle – "Good Love (Pale Sketcher Remake)" (2012)
  • Necessary – "IORNC (Pale Sketcher Remix)" (2012)
  • Multiple Mono – "False Prophet (Pale Sketcher Remix)" (2013)

As Solaris

  • Tactile – "Intervention 6 - Tactile Vs. Solaris" (1996)

As Sub Species (with Kevin Martin)

As Tech Level 2

As Techno Animal (with Kevin Martin)

  • Magnet – "Miles To Go (Invisible Man)" (1996)
  • The Rootsman – "Tribal Dervish (Urban Guerilla Mix)" (1997)
  • Einstürzende Neubauten – "Die Explosion Im Festspielhaus" (1997)
  • DJ Vadim – "The Breaks (Techno Animal Remix)" (1997)
  • Stina Nordenstam – "People Are Strange (Techno Animal Remix)" (1998)
  • The Jon Spencer Blues ExplosionTechno Animal Remixes (2000)
  • Dälek – "Classical Homicide (Remix)" (2000)
  • 2nd Gen – "And/Or (Techno Animal Vocal Mix Featuring Dälek)" (2001), also "Instrumental Mix"
  • s.y.d. – "Not Yet (Splatter Mix By Techno Animal)" (2001)
  • The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – "Over and Over (Techno Animal Mix)" (2002)

As himself

  • Pantera – "Fucking Hostile (Biochemical Mix)" and "By Demons Be Driven (Biochemical Mix)" (1992) on Walk
  • Murder, Inc. – "Last of the Biomechanical Urgents" (1993)
  • Deathless – "Inexstasis (JK Broadrick Remix)" (1995)
  • The Mark of Cain – "You Let Me Down (Biomechanical Mix)" and "Pointman (Unclean Mix)" (1998)
  • Pigface – "Burundi (Overload Mix)" (1998)
  • David Kristian – "Cookie" (1999)
  • Cylon vs. Quoit – "Plug 8 Remix" (2000)
  • Isis – "Celestial (Signal Fills the Void)" (2001) on SGNL›05
  • Isis – "Hym (Justin Broadrick Remix)" (2004) on Oceanic Remixes and Reinterpretations
  • Pelican – "Angel Tears (JK Broadrick Remix)" (2005) on March into the Sea
  • Earth – "Harvey" (2005) on Legacy of Dissolution
  • Knut – "H/armless" (2006) on Alter
  • 5ive – "Soma Remix By J K Broadrick (Stage 1)" and "Soma Remix By J K Broadrick (Stage 2)" (2006)
  • Genghis Tron – "Colony Collapse (Justin K Broadrick Remix)" (2008) on Board Up The House Remixes Volume 1
  • Constants – "Those Who Came Before Pt. I" (2009) on The Foundation, The Machine, The Ascension
  • Lustmord – "Dub Awakening (Justin K Broadrick Remix)" (2009)
  • Yakuza – "The Blinding (Justin K. Broadrick Remix)" (2009) on Transmutations
  • October FileOur Souls To You (2010) full bonus disc
  • Majeure – "Teleforce (Justin K Broadrick Remix)" (2010)
  • Killing Joke – "European Super State (Justin Broadrick Remix)" (2010)
  • Circle of Animals – "Invisible War" (2010)
  • Bear in Heaven – "Dust Cloud (Justin K. Broadrick Remix)" (2010) on Beast Rest Forth Mouth
  • The Blood of Heroes – "Remain (Justin K. Broadrick Remix)" (2010)
  • ContinuumContinuum Recyclings Volume Two (2010) full album
  • IrohaIroha (JKB Mix) (2011) full bonus disc
  • Extra Life – "Made Flesh (Justin K. Broadrick Remix)" (2011)
  • Ceremony – "It's Too Late (Justin K Broadrick)" (2011)
  • Mogwai – "George Square Thatcher Death Party (Justin K Broadrick Reshape)" (2012) on A Wrenched Virile Lore
  • My Disco – "All I Can Do (Justin K Broadrick's Warmer Remix)" (2012)
  • My Disco – "All I Can Do (Justin K Broadrick's Heavier Remix)" (2012)
  • Cult Of Luna – "Vicarious Redemption (Remix By Justin K. Broadrick)" (2013) on Vertikal II
  • Empty Flowers – "Car Fires (JK Broadrick Remix)" (2014)
  • Dirk Serries – "There's a Light in Vein" (2014)
  • Endon – "Etude for Lynching by Family (Justin K. Broadrick Remix)" (2014)
  • Pale Horseman – "Fork in the Road (Justin K. Broadrick Remix)" (2014)
  • Amantra – "Rituals (Justin K Broadrick Remix)" (2014)
  • Coliseum – "White Magic Punks: Sorcerer Mix (Justin K. Broadrick)" (2014)
  • Atlanta Industrial Sector – "Immanence (Justin K. Broadrick 'Destroyed Version')" (2014)
  • Solypsis – "Unperfect (Justin Broadrick Reshape)" (2014)
  • Invertia – "The Sidewinding (Justin K Broadrick Remix)" (2014)
  • La Fin Absolute Du Monde – "Black Sheep (Justin K. Broadrick Remix)" (2014)
  • Pelican – "The Cliff (Justin Broadrick Remix)" (2015) on The Cliff
  • Nicolas Godin – "Widerstehe Doch Der Sünde (Justin K Broadrick remix)" (2015)
  • The View Electrical – "Treasures (Justin K Broadrick Remix)" (2016)
  • Frank Rosaly – "Malo III (Justin K Broadrick Remix)" (2016)
  • Steven Wilson & Dirk Serries – The Continuum Recyclings, Volume II (2016) full album
  • Drug Honkey – "Pool of Failure (Justin K. Broadrick Remix)" (2017)
  • Guerrilla Ghost – "Everybody Rap (Justin K. Broadrick Remix)" (2018)
  • Full of Hell – "Thundering Hammers (JK Broadrick Remix)" (2019) from Weeping Choir

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<i>Pale Sketches</i> 2007 compilation album by Jesu

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<i>Worship Is the Cleansing of the Imagination</i> 2012 studio album (split) by JK Flesh & Prurient

Worship Is the Cleansing of the Imagination is a split album between experimental musicians Dominic Fernow under the pseudonym Prurient and Justin Broadrick under the pseudonym JK Flesh. Released on vinyl on December 11, 2012, Worship Is the Cleansing of the Imagination was the final release of new material by Hydra Head Records, the label founded by former Isis member Aaron Turner.

JK Flesh English musician

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<i>Posthuman</i> (album) 2012 studio album by JK Flesh

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<i>Nothing Is Free</i> 2015 EP by JK Flesh

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<i>Rise Above</i> (JK Flesh album) 2016 studio album by JK Flesh

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<i>Exit Stance</i> 2017 EP by JK Flesh

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<i>Life Is Easy</i> 1999 studio album by Fall of Because

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