Godflesh mastermind Justin Broadrick is again with a model new digital crusher of an album Sewer Bait. Launched beneath the JK Flesh moniker, Sewer Bait is out there on Bandcamp right here and is described by Kevin Martin of The Bug as such.
“The sixth album from JK Flesh, this album is a Slo-mo, Slo-fi, Sewer tech journey into utter gutter degree filth. Overdriven, corroded, corrupted and completely blasted, it comprises so many important components of clubland low life, however but manages to stay superbly unique while pushing all ranges deep into the pink till it hurts in the absolute best approach. Anybody hooked on Andy Stott‘s dirtiest works, Porter Ricks deepest explorations or Techno Animal‘s speaker punishing grooves will discover addictive nourishment inside these relentlessly distorted heavyweight grooves…. Not a lot arduous as fully f*ckin brutal, the grasp stroke from Justin Broadrick nevertheless, is taking his uncooked supplies and feeding them militantly into the dub chamber.
“This is sort of a wholesale destruction of Techno, 4/4 for individuals too wasted and strung out to provide a f*ck about dancefloors, but compelling sufficient and magnetic sufficient to fully insist upon absolutely physique hypnotism in an undersized room with an outsized rig.
“The album’s title observe seems like Drum & Bass don Digital or the height of the Metalheadz label dragged down into hell for the last word dangerous rave journey, while ‘Crawler’ may very well be Killing Joke, jammin with Regis and his aggro allies from Birmingham Techno’s beneath appreciated discography, deep in a warehouse warzone.”
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