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Thursday, 24 November 2011

Godflesh - Streetcleaner [1989]

Those who dispute Godflesh's importance in the shaping of industrial metal are either trolling or just plain stupid. Sure, they sound nothing like the millions of bands nowadays who mix Korn and Combichrist and see it fit to call it thus, but in this is the purest mixture of industrial music and metal that one can find. Streetcleaner is unparalleled in its achievement; unmatched in its pure crushing sound. And none of this forsakes songwriting ability; there are massive 'tunes' in the likes of 'Like Rats' and 'Christbait Rising'. Basically, if you don't have this already, it's high time you do.

~240 kbps VBR


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