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Album Review

This album is a collaboration between Justin Broadrick (Godflesh, Jesu, God, Ice, Techno Animal, etc.), Dave Cochrane (God), Diarmuid Dalton (Jesu), and Aaron Turner (Isis, Old Man Gloom, etc.). Its eight songs, most of which run in the eight- to nine-minute range, all feature a breathtakingly heavy combination of huge beats, sludgily dissonant guitar riffs, industrial electronics, and raw-throated howls (where vocals are present at all). None of the beauty of Jesu or recent Isis is present here; this album is much more indebted to its principals' earlier work on records like Godflesh's Streetcleaner, Isis' Celestial, Ice's Under the Skin, and God's The Anatomy of Addiction. Indeed, it's a surprise Broadrick's partner in God, Ice, and Techno Animal (among other projects) Kevin Martin wasn't a part of it. These songs throb and roar, mixed into a wash of gray fuzz with huge, rumbling bass underneath. It's a tribute to all the players' skill and talent that they can take the sound they were working with in the early '90s, and through improvements in technology and mastery of same, make it about ten times heavier than it was back then, even while pulling some of the same sonic tricks. (There's a guitar tone on "Wasted" that's very reminiscent of one deployed on Ice's "357 Magnum Is a Monster," for example.) Disconnected is likely to be a one-off, given the astonishingly busy schedules its members keep, but it's no mere diversion; if you're a fan of Broadrick or Turner, it's one for the permanent collection.

Customer Reviews

This is what I was expecting!

This is some of the most brutal music Justin has made for a while. Layers upon layers of sound! The type of music you try to pick apart bit by bit.

First and most likely last JKB project i

Diggin jesu, godflesh, techno animal, and even some of the stuff he did with jarboe on her album....but man...this really leaves me hanging. I doubt my dissapointment will last long because broaderick is one of the most excellent musicians out there. I equate his to comisserating with a stranger, something I only get to do when I lsiten. Back to the drawing board


Jesu is great. But i have waited for justin to come back to his roots and he did.


Genre: Rock

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While his work in Jesu in the 2000s brought Justin Broadrick a lot of respect and admiration from extreme music fans, it also drew him away from the more abrasive, aggressive guitar sound associated with his name due to his work in industrial metal forefathers Godflesh. To prove to himself and his fans that he still got it, Broadrick started Greymachine, a project dedicated to returning to his roots in ultra-aggressive, extreme sound. Broadrick's frequent collaborators Dave Cochrane (God, Head of...
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