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Godflesh

Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Location:
Birmingham, England
Status:
Active
Formed in:
1988
Genre:
Industrial Metal, Experimental Industrial
Lyrical themes:
Hatred, Corruption, Society, Inner Struggles
Current label:
Avalanche Recordings
Years active:
1983-1988 (as Fall of Because), 1988-2002, 2009-present
The band performed their reunion show at Hellfest, which took place in 18-20 June 2010 in Clisson, France.

Godflesh are highly regarded as one of the pioneers of industrial metal along with Ministry; they took industrial to the next level with their fuse of heavy guitars with slow drum machine rhythms and effects. Godflesh's influences include metal bands Black Sabbath and Celtic Frost, ...
Current
G.C. Green Bass (1988-2002, 2009-present)
See also: ex-Fall of Because, Vitriol, ex-Fruitkake
Justin Broadrick Guitars, Vocals, Drum programming (1988-2002, 2009-present)
See also: Jesu, ex-Fall of Because, Council Estate Electronics, Final, Greymachine, JK Flesh, Pale Sketcher, The Blood of Heroes, White Static Demon, Zonal, ex-Napalm Death, ex-Sunn O))) (live), ex-Deathless, ex-Curse of the Golden Vampire, ex-Fruitkake, ex-God, ex-Head of David, ex-Hydrus, ex-Ice, ex-Justin Broadrick, ex-Krackhead, ex-Love's Holiday Orchestra, ex-Smear Campaign, ex-Solaris / Solaris BC, ex-Sweet Tooth, ex-Tech Level 2, ex-Techno Animal, ex-The Blakk Korridor, ex-The Sidewinder, ex-White Viper, ex-Youpho
Past
Paul Neville Guitars (1989-1991)
See also: ex-Fall of Because, ex-AKA, ex-Cable Regime
Robert Hampson Guitars (1991-1992)
See also: Chasm, Loop, Main, Robert Hampson, ex-Comae, ex-Indicate
Brain Mantia Drums (1996)
See also: Brain, Science Faxtion, ex-Colonel Claypool's Bucket of Bernie Brains, ex-Giant Robot, ex-Guns N' Roses, ex-Limbomaniacs, ex-No Forcefield, ex-Pieces, ex-Praxis, ex-Primus, ex-Tom Waits (live)
Ted Parsons Drums (1996-2002)
See also: Jesu, Teledubgnosis, ex-Prong, ex-Killing Joke, ex-Of Cabbages and Kings, ex-Sailors With Wax Wings, ex-Swans
Paul Vincent Raven Bass (2002)
(R.I.P. 2007) See also: ex-Ministry, ex-Prong, ex-Killing Joke, ex-Kitsch, ex-Mob Research, ex-Murder Inc., ex-Neon Hearts, ex-Pigface, ex-Smartyr, ex-Society 1, ex-Turbo, ex-Zilch
Past (Live)
Mick Harris Drums (1991)
See also: ex-Intestinal Infestation, Fret, Lull, Monrella, Scorn, ex-Defecation, ex-Extreme Noise Terror, ex-Napalm Death, ex-Unseen Terror, ex-Anorexia, ex-Certain Beyond All Reasonable Doubt, ex-Clang, ex-Divination, ex-Doom, ex-Drop Dead, ex-Equations Of Eternity, ex-Frequencies, ex-Hygiene, ex-Matera, ex-Motherfuckers from Mars, ex-PainKiller, ex-Pigface, ex-Praxis, ex-Quoit, ex-The Weakener, ex-Trace Decay, ex-What Now?, ex-Black Engine (live)
Steve Hough Guitars (1999)
Diarmuid Dalton Samples, Tapes, Moog (1999)
See also: Jesu, Greymachine, Iroha, ex-Cable Regime, ex-Final, ex-Saskwatch, ex-The Blakk Korridor
G.C. Green Bass (1988-2002, 2009-present)
See also: ex-Fall of Because, Vitriol, ex-Fruitkake
Justin Broadrick Guitars, Vocals, Drum programming (1988-2002, 2009-present)
See also: Jesu, ex-Fall of Because, Council Estate Electronics, Final, Greymachine, JK Flesh, Pale Sketcher, The Blood of Heroes, White Static Demon, Zonal, ex-Napalm Death, ex-Sunn O))) (live), ex-Deathless, ex-Curse of the Golden Vampire, ex-Fruitkake, ex-God, ex-Head of David, ex-Hydrus, ex-Ice, ex-Justin Broadrick, ex-Krackhead, ex-Love's Holiday Orchestra, ex-Smear Campaign, ex-Solaris / Solaris BC, ex-Sweet Tooth, ex-Tech Level 2, ex-Techno Animal, ex-The Blakk Korridor, ex-The Sidewinder, ex-White Viper, ex-Youpho
Paul Neville Guitars (1989-1991)
See also: ex-Fall of Because, ex-AKA, ex-Cable Regime
Robert Hampson Guitars (1991-1992)
See also: Chasm, Loop, Main, Robert Hampson, ex-Comae, ex-Indicate
Brain Mantia Drums (1996)
See also: Brain, Science Faxtion, ex-Colonel Claypool's Bucket of Bernie Brains, ex-Giant Robot, ex-Guns N' Roses, ex-Limbomaniacs, ex-No Forcefield, ex-Pieces, ex-Praxis, ex-Primus, ex-Tom Waits (live)
Ted Parsons Drums (1996-2002)
See also: Jesu, Teledubgnosis, ex-Prong, ex-Killing Joke, ex-Of Cabbages and Kings, ex-Sailors With Wax Wings, ex-Swans
Paul Vincent Raven Bass (2002)
(R.I.P. 2007) See also: ex-Ministry, ex-Prong, ex-Killing Joke, ex-Kitsch, ex-Mob Research, ex-Murder Inc., ex-Neon Hearts, ex-Pigface, ex-Smartyr, ex-Society 1, ex-Turbo, ex-Zilch
Past
Mick Harris Drums (1991)
See also: ex-Intestinal Infestation, Fret, Lull, Monrella, Scorn, ex-Defecation, ex-Extreme Noise Terror, ex-Napalm Death, ex-Unseen Terror, ex-Anorexia, ex-Certain Beyond All Reasonable Doubt, ex-Clang, ex-Divination, ex-Doom, ex-Drop Dead, ex-Equations Of Eternity, ex-Frequencies, ex-Hygiene, ex-Matera, ex-Motherfuckers from Mars, ex-PainKiller, ex-Pigface, ex-Praxis, ex-Quoit, ex-The Weakener, ex-Trace Decay, ex-What Now?, ex-Black Engine (live)
Steve Hough Guitars (1999)
Diarmuid Dalton Samples, Tapes, Moog (1999)
See also: Jesu, Greymachine, Iroha, ex-Cable Regime, ex-Final, ex-Saskwatch, ex-The Blakk Korridor
Added by: sirmonarch Modified by: AgeOfTheWiccans
Added on: 2002-07-23 03:00:20 Last modified on: 2019-09-11 22:12:50