Tag: Godflesh

Dave Pirtle’s Best of 2014 – This Blitz Goes to 21

I didn’t mean to do a blitz this year. I really didn’t. In case you missed the story last year, that troublesome “personal life” thing prevented me from keeping up with all the great stuff

Godflesh – A World Lit Only By Fire Review

In the spectrum of heaviness, there’s heavy. And there’s heavy. And there’s Godflesh. Other bands have been faster, louder, angrier, more chaotic, but none has better embodied the empty, numbing, noisy desolation of the industrialized

A Devil’s Dozen – Godflesh

Godflesh, goddamn… Where should one even begin when describing this group? They are one of the absolute legends of extreme music, whose works shall withstand the test of time and who will always be ranked

Godflesh – Decline & Fall Review

The whole legendary-band-reunites-for-shows-and-eventually-releases-a-new-album thing has been done quite a bit in recent memory, typically with insane amounts of hype. Most notably, Carcass employed a calculated marketing campaign for what ended up being a serious winner

80s Essentials – Volume Ten

THIS IS IT! Volume Ten has finally arrived. And with it, so does the end of Last Rites’ 80s Essentials lists. We hope you’ve had as much fun reading them as we did putting them

Godflesh – Streetcleaner

Context is very important when discussing an older record. Things that seem commonplace in music at the point we inhabit may not have been so when a particular record was released. It’s hard to listen