Oh das nieuw voor mij, zou op zich kunnen. Normaal zijn die 'live at roadburn' albums natijd gewoon te bestellen bij burning world recordsquote:
Dit is een released by roadburn festival net als die ulver single vorig jaar.quote:
Dat viel met dat ulver singletje ook wel mee geloof ik al heb ik niet heel erg gecheckt omdat ik hem gekocht hadquote:
hmm dat is best wel onzin..niet dat ik de mijne kwijt wil. Maar dat maakt die godflesh plaat wel een serieuze optie natuurlijkquote:
quote:Justin K Broadrick wrote:
Streetcleaner' LIVE! from Roadburn 2011, double vinyl, 'Like Rats' can be heard at the link...Very Limited, 500 only! Once sold out, we will release it on digital and limited CD on Avalanche Recordings...The vinyl is on sale initially at the Godflesh performance of 'Pure' at this years Roadburn Fest. remaining copies will be sold by both the Roadburn label Burning World Records, and at the Avalanche Store...
ja dat is eigenlijk wel zo jaquote:
quote:In case you not seen it here is Justins response on Facebook to someone(Steibel) who said Godflesh are milking their fans by these recent shows by only playing old material and that they would be better to write new stuff.
Here is what he said;
Justin K Broadrick Okay, Stiebel, well at the very least you are genuine; I was concerned that you may simply be someone affected by another's opinion, whereas you are sincerely a follower of the band and it's output. Which is chiefly the reason why I considered it appropriate to address your comments, and the fact that the comments, albeit negative, are on my events page on my Facebook page, I would usually delete such comments due to the fact that I do not wish to entertain any 'internet slanging matches' between anyone on my pages, it makes me question why I post and answer queries, etc in the first place, since I despise that area of the internet....The are are other followers of Godflesh who also hold your opinion, not many from what I am aware, but there are, and although I disagree with your assumptions as to the motivation behind our choices of live environments, I respect that some will hold this opinion. I am defensive regarding our decisions, sometimes publicly - being seen as fleecing our audience is not how we wish to be perceived. To be absolutely honest here, and I will make no apologies to anyone for this statement - we spent, quite literally, as Godflesh, playing every toilet imaginable between 1988 and 2001, yes, sometimes there were bigger venues, of course, especially as we increased in size, or, supported 'large' more well known acts, but mostly, and earlier in our career they were not, and we'd virtually play for free; Ben and I lived in one room for almost 2 years whilst establishing Godflesh, and often stole food to survive, whilst existing on the English 'dole' system. After such an existence, once our music earned us some money, one can only imagine that we were shocked that anything could be earned from our music...BTW - we still earn no money from our back catalogue whatsoever, due to being naive and signing literally our lives away with Earache Records, nor will we ever see any money from our back catalogue, fact, back when we existed, and the industry was somewhat buoyant, money was earnt from advances, advances for royalties. So, finally, and ironically, since we reformed, we are able to earn some money from Godflesh, and do exactly what we want, we're finally empowered...oddly, and contradict your assumption of that playing an older record can surely not be remotely creative, on the contrary, revisiting older records is actually revitalising, and somewhat rejuvenating musically; having not played the material for so many years, I realise now what made these records 'tick', and they are inspiring, directly, the newer material. I assume some may be wondering reading this, why I feel the need to address this all so deeply, but music, quite clearly, is indeed my life, to be accused of doing things musically that I have no deep or meaningful connection to is insulting, I don't do anything I don't feel - I split Godflesh on the day of an two month American tour, for example, which cost me a horrendous loss of money, besides the loss of many personal things in my life, and I did this because I simply did not want to do it anymore; the safe option wasn't an option, and it virtually cost me two years of my life. Festivals, selfishly, are a context of performing without having to tour a country in any explicit way - I say selfish, because yes, this choice is made under the assumption (or hope!) that followers of the band will go to said festival if they wish to see the band enough, coupled with the assumption that the festival will hopefully feature other bands people would wish to see too, selfish again, because we do not wish, at our ages (early and late forties), and with our existing commitments (me with my first child, who's development and life I wish to be a part of on an daily basis), Ben has a full time work commitment which he could not afford to finish to play live in Godflesh on an full time basis, nor would he want to, he left the band originally because the existence of a touring musician is not something he wished to pursue for all his life! Contrary to what seems to be perceived generally, touring is actually far from glamorous, unless of course one is Metallica, Coldplay, U2, etc etc...this fact is more than well documented amongst many biographies, etc, additionally, I myself, am first and foremost a studio musician / producer, I realised with some of the last jesu tours in 2007, that all this touring is entirely anti - creativity, playing the same songs night after night, for months and months, there is your perfect example of anti-creativity, not revisiting and playing an album one made 20 years ago, once! Okay! I have made here a rather elaborate, and albeit defensive answer to the above accusations, dramatic? yes! I take such accusations personally, my music / art is personal to me, so I see such accusation as personal, and they demand a response, but this is not a personal defence against you, Steibel, but this rather long winded answer is generally for those who have been questioning the motivation behind the reformation of Godflesh, and in my opinion, what I have wrote does not even vaguely touch upon how loaded this subject is, but I hope I have at least clarified, to those who question us, you included, why. Some will say I do not have to validate our current existence, unfortunately, for me, I feel I do, I may not change any minds, but at least make one question, as I do myself, on an hour to hour basis!
quote:Fobofile Productions is proud to announce its second album release "FATHERS OF OUR FLESH." An uncompromising tribute to the heroes of industrial metal GODFLESH --- 13 Bands / 80 minutes of harsh sounds and devastating perdition - out at the end of April on cd and Lp.
First confirmations: GNAW, OMEGA MASSIF, NADJA, OVO.
Don't know the exact tracklisting yet, but Nadja covered "Go Spread Your Wings" and I think OvO did "Like Rats"...