GODFLESH ANNOUNCE US FALL TOUR
AMERICAN SHARKS & PRURIENT TO OPEN @ IRVING PLAZA
HYMNS DELUXE IN CD AND GATEFOLD VINYL OUT NOW ON THE END RECORDS
The time has finally come: Godflesh will be touring the USA this coming October hitting all key national markets along the way.
In celebration of this upcoming tour, Justin Broadrick has created a special Spotify playlist of songs that have influenced and inspired him over the years
GODFLESH TOUR DATES
10/18/13 – Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of Living Arts
10/19/13 – New York, NY – Irving Plaza
10/20/13 – Boston, MA – Royale
10/22/13 – Chicago, IL – Metro
10/24/13 – Seattle, WA – Neumo’s
10/25/13 – Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre
10/26/13 – Oakland, CA – Oakland Metro Opera House
10/27/13 – Los Angeles, CA – The Fonda Theatre
10/29/13 – Austin, TX – Mohawk
Newly signed to The End Records, stoner punk rockers American Sharks to open at Irving Plaza in NYC along with influential noise musician Prurient.
Godfelsh is classic, ballsy, catchy, and mean. Justin Broadrick (the band’s frontman, leader of the band Jesu, and ex member of Napalm Death) manages to craft catchy riffs and choruses into the mix without losing a drop of originality. Often called their finest album, “Hymns” was released on 2001, and has now been re-issued by The End Records as a Special Edition 2CD Deluxe Remaster with Bonus Tracks, Liner Notes, Lyrics and Never Before Seen Photos and Images. Always a few steps ahead of the pack, Godflesh have once again reinvented themselves, providing their audience with a challenging and inspirational slab of crushing industrial metal.
In fact, one of the best reasons to own the Hymns remaster is the excellent makeover in overall production…Now, like Nine Inch Nail’s remaster of Pretty Hate Machine, the album has been reborn, sounding more visceral than one could ever imagine. If you’re a Godflesh fan, you’re definitely going to want to snag this immediately. If you’re a fan of plodding, Brit-sludge agony (or anything “doom” related), Godflesh’s Hymns may fit perfectly in your CD collection of doleful stoner-misery.” MXDWN