Underfoot - JK Flesh - Posthuman (CD, Album)

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  1. Posthuman is the debut studio album by JK Flesh, a solo moniker of English musician Justin Broadrick, and was released on 7 May through 3BY3. Though Broadrick had been creating music under the title of JK Flesh since the early s, Posthuman marked the first release of the project.
  2. JK Flesh is Justin Broadrick's more club oriented musical side project. Posthuman is JK Flesh debut album. This album features heavy influence of dubstep, drum n bass, noise and techno with Godflesh's signature Sludge riffs. Though, this is not the typical jesu style electronic metal.
  3. Across nine monolithic slabs of pure carnage, JK Flesh is established as a project in it's own right; showcasing a clear but dynamic sound that flows seamlessly from the pumping basslines of "Earthmover," through the cavernous drone of "Underfoot" to the melodic, live musicianship of "Walk Away," all via the balls-out distortion of "Punchdrunk."/5(3).
  4. Originally released by 3BY3 / / CD & Ltd VINYL / The album is 16 bit, the bonus tracks are 24 bit. Also released on 2xCD by Daymare Japan w/ 30 minutes of bonus material, this bonus material is available here as hidden tracks only, they come with your download. Hidden bonus tracks are.
  5. JK Flesh is Justin Broadrick's latest solo project, one that’s been ongoing for some time but which he’d long delayed in committing to tape. With a focus once again on techno beats, but submerged under waves of guitar, JK Flesh’s debut Posthuman feels like Broadrick returning to his 90's dabblings in techno and hip-hop, whilst also expanding the scope of what a metal artist can do alone.
  6. 'Underfoot', the eighth and penultimate song, has a little more warmth than its counterparts, but still exudes an air of defeat and exhaustion; it's the sound, maybe, of anxiety winning out. Ultimately, this is a work possessed of 'windows', but none of them reveal anything uplifting. Such bleakness is Posthuman 's triumph.
  7. Apr 26,  · Published on Apr 26, The first full-length album from Justin K Broadrick's JK Flesh project, released in on 3by3 Records and Daymare Recordings in Japan as an expanded double disc version.
  8. Across nine monolithic slabs of pure carnage, JK Flesh is established as a project in its own right; showcasing a clear but dynamic sound that flows seamlessly from the pumping basslines of Earthmover, through the cavernous drone of Underfoot, to the melodic, live musicianship of Walk Away, all via the balls-out distortion of Punchdrunk.
  9. JK Flesh's eight-track double-disc album for Electric Deluxe continues his assault on the failings and folly of humanity with a bludgeoning tour of dub influenced techno. A study in resolution, timber, and distortion, the album's tracks are diverse in mood and groove, but are united by the dark, porous, and undulating surface texture of.

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