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Godflesh brings it to the table with elements of grindcore and hardcore spun in to their own style of industrial. Slam it, mosh it or stand there and stare, but whatever you do, do not miss Godflesh LIVE in concert! Don't miss your chance; purchase your Godflesh concert tickets now!
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Godflesh Concert Tickets

Godflesh is a British industrial rock band best known for its tough sound and uncompromising lyrics. Influenced by groups like Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden and Judas Priest, Godflesh carved its own niche in the grindcore/hardcore music scene with songs like “Streetcleaner,” “Slavestate” and “Like Rats.” Purchase your Godflesh tickets today and jam with thousands of fans for a night of pure industrial rock.

Godflesh, led by guitarist and singer Justin Broadrick, released a series of innovative albums that sounded unlike anything recorded before. In 1988, the band released its eponymous debut album, which is widely considered essential to the development of the industrial rock genre. Band members layered buzzing electrical guitars and bass over heart-pounding drum beats and original samples. After signing with the label Swordfish, Godflesh transitioned into a more comfortable relationship with Earache Records.

With Earache, the band released its second album, Streetcleaner, which fused grindcore, industrial and electronica and changed the metal scene forever. Dark, sinister and undeniably hardcore, Streetcleaner featured lightning-fast riffs backed by thundering bass, not to mention vitriolic and violent lyrics. Since then, Godflesh’s music has inspired an entire generation of hardcore rockers including Fear Factory, Danzig, Ministry, Korn, Faith No More and Nine Inch Nails.