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Godflesh - Post Self - Limited White LP
Over 2 years in the making, 'Post Self' explores the less 'metal' side of Godflesh; taking in the formative influences, and spitting out something more informed by late 70's early 80's post punk and industrial than it is anything metal related. Thematically personal and obsessive, exploring anxiety, depression, fear, mortality, and family relationships.

LP - Avalanche - AREC040VC - £18.99Add to basket

Other recordings by this artist

Godflesh - Streetcleaner
Heavy, lo-fi industrial metal; second album from the hugely influential Godflesh (feat. Justin K. Broadrick of Jesu, Final, Techno Animal) - originally released 1989...

LP - Kreation Records - KR21LP - £15.99
Godflesh - Post Self
Over 2 years in the making, 'Post Self' explores the less 'metal' side of Godflesh; taking in the formative influences, and spitting out something more informed by late 70's early 80's post punk and industrial than it is anything metal related. Thematically personal and obsessive, exploring anxiety, depression, fear, mortality, and family relationships.

CD - Avalanche - AREC040 - £9.99Add to basket
Godflesh - Songs Of Love And Hate
Heralded as innovators within the genre, generating an austere and hypnotic sound that pioneered the formation of the ‘Industrial’ genre. Spawned in Birmingham in 1988 by Justin Broadrick (formerly the guitarist with Napalm Death) and bassist Christian Green - The simplicity of the line up characterised Godflesh’s infamous appeal, with the on-stage use of a drum machine and various collaborative contributions from musicians within the industry. ‘Songs Of Love And Hate’ shows the evolution in Godflesh’s sound with studio drummer ‘Bryan Mantia’ the album a more traditional heavy metal sound.

CD - Earache Records - 5055006515725 - £10.99Add to basket

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Godflesh - Post Self
Over 2 years in the making, 'Post Self' explores the less 'metal' side of Godflesh; taking in the formative influences, and spitting out something more informed by late 70's early 80's post punk and industrial than it is anything metal related. Thematically personal and obsessive, exploring anxiety, depression, fear, mortality, and family relationships.

CD - Avalanche - AREC040 - £9.99Add to basket
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