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Justin Broadrick Revisits ‘the Ghost of Godflesh’ on Jesu Reissues
Justin Broadrick Revisits ‘the Ghost of Godflesh’ on Jesu Reissues
After Justin Broadrick ended the industrial powerhouse Godflesh in 2002, he birthed Jesu, a collision of haunted beauty and dissonance channeled through fuzzed tones and electronic backbones. Jesu's debut, 'Heart Ache,' hit shelves in 2004, but is now getting the reissue treatment coupled with the long demanded but never-before-released 'Dethroned' EP...
Swans Reform, Offer Producer Credits on Next Record
"This is not a reunion," Swans co-founder Michael Gira declares in bold in his statement regarding the influential noise act's second coming. "It's not some dumb-ass nostalgia act. It is not repeating the past. After five Angels of Light albums, I needed a way to move forward, in a new direction, and it just so happens that revivifying the idea of Swans is allowing me to do that...
Greymachine’s Justin Broadrick Has a Warning for His Fans
Greymachine’s Justin Broadrick Has a Warning for His Fans
If you like the musical-landscape-mixing melodies and heavy drone of Justin Broadrick's main gig Jesu, he has a warning for you in regard to his newest musical venture Greymachine. "I am making it an issue of warning people that are fans of Jesu, especially those that only listen to Jesu from my work, to approach with extreme caution," Broadrick sternly told Noisecreep...

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