JK Flesh’s Noisey Mix Is Seething Machine Energy for a Pitch Black Room
On the heels of a totemic record called ‘New Horizon,’ the Godflesh founder’s techno project turns in a set that’s appropriately spirit-crushing.
The Chaotic Evolution of Napalm Death's 'Scum,' the World's First Grindcore Album
Founding vocalist and bassist Nicholas Bullen reflects on the electronic-tinged journey the album has taken since its 1987 release.
J R Moores
Godflesh Is Still Driven by Implosion (and Leonard Cohen Lyrics)
Outside their first Mexico City performance, industrial metal godfathers Justin K. Broadrick and G.C. Green talk icons and influences
2014 in Review
Pallbearer's Joe Rowland Recalls His Favorite Albums of 2014
They released one of the best albums of 2014, now Pallbearer talks about their favorites.
We Should All Be Able to Judge an Album by Its Cover
Cover art matters if you want your album to stick around.
Deep Ass Questions
A Brief History of the Drum Machine in Rock Music
Does the drum machine represent the decay of Western Civilization, or the irreversible march towards progress? We investigate.
Shapednoise, 'Illumination': Techno Music at the Ripped Edge of a Black Hole
The Italian producer's new video is reality overdriven to pure doom.
Justin Broadrick on The Secret History of Godflesh
A first person account of Godflesh from the early days. It involves witchcraft. And Nazis.
On Godflesh 2014 or How to Relax and Enjoy Your Favorite Band's Reunion
Just chill, it's music bro.
Insult to Injury: Week Ending 4/11
Here's what the Noisey editors have been listening to this week while putting in applications to be the new hosts of 'The Colbert Report.'
Godflesh and Angel Dust to Jesu and Children's Music: The Evolution of Justin Broadrick
Ever-evolving metal iconoclast talks new Jesu, kids and more
The Issue that Suckkks
10 "Irrelevant" Bands
These are not guilty pleasures. The Geto Boys are not uncool.