Godflesh is two men (Green, Broadrick), a drum machine
and a whole lot of inventive angst. Hailing from Liverpool,
home town of the Beatles and the now-defunct Carcass,
these two men suceed in creating some of the most influential
industrial music out. They take modern music anthems (dance,
techno, rock) and fuse them with a heavy ended base, infectuous
drum beats, guitar riffs that dance between screaming static
and ear-rending grindcore, and vocals that are often more
a part of the background than any other element.
Love and Hate In Dub is a remix album based on Songs
of Love and Hate, and for those who have heard the original
album, just imagine that album a lot darker and heavier.
Imagine Godflesh's heaviest, most-straightforward album remixed
in dub. There are parts on the album that are so low-end that
you won't actually hear the bass; you'll feel it from the
vibrations. If you love Godflesh or dark industrial
then purchase this album.