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Jesu

Jesu is another musical project spearheaded by Birmingham-based musician and producer Justin Broadrick -- a fixture of England's extreme music scene since his membership in the earliest recording lineup of Napalm Death in the mid-'80s. Also an occasional member of several other bands (Head of David, Techno Animal, etc.), he is probably best known for his decade-plus leadership of pioneering industrial ensemble Godflesh. Finally having officially laid that hallowed institution to rest following a reported nervous breakdown in 2002, Broadrick turned his attention to a new entity, Jesu, which he named after the last song on Godflesh's swan song, Hymns. Essentially a solo project with Broadrick handling vocals, guitars, bass, and programming, Jesu's 2004 debut EP, Heart Ache, consisted of two 20-minute-long meditations melding uncompromising sonic textures with seemingly abstract musings and a few hard-won melodic rewards.

But with the next year's eponymous full-length release, former Godflesh associate drummer Ted Parsons (also ex-Prong, Swans, etc.) and bassist Diarmuid Dalton were called in to help flesh out a more evenly paced, and certainly more focused (though only slightly shorter, at ten minutes average per piece), set of ambient, droning, and semi-industrial extrapolations. Jesu, the album, received almost unqualified critical acclaim across the world, and encouraged Broadrick to move ahead with his new endeavor, resulting in another form-challenging EP in 2006's Silver. At the end of the year Broadrick was performing with Sunn 0))) on a tour of the U.K. while Jesu's next album was leaking across the Internet. Early in 2007, Conqueror was officially released. A U.S. tour with Isis was supposed to coincide with the release, but work permits were not cleared in time and Jesu was not allowed entry into the country as the tour began.

Pale Sketches, a compilation of stray material that didn't fit on any of the prior Jesu releases, was issued that October. A pair of split recordings came in 2008: one with Envy, and another with Battle of Mice. Toward the end of 2009, Jesu issued the Opiate Sun EP, on which Broadrick performed all instruments and vocals without assistance. Infinity, a nearly 50-minute, suite-like composition that featured Broadrick on all instruments including live drums, also arrived in 2009. The following year, Broadrick unveiled his Pale Sketcher alias; he remixed each Pale Sketches track and issued the results as Jesu: Pale Sketches Demixed on Ghostly International. Later in the year, Heart Ache was reissued and combined with Dethroned (previously unreleased material dating back to 2003). Broadrick's Jesu re-emerged in 2011 with the more conventional, songlike Ascension on Caldo Verde. Broadrick went deeper and darker on 2013's Everyday I Get Closer to the Light from Which I Came, a five-track album that indulged not just his melodic art metal, but also the influences of dub, post-punk, and electronic music. ~ Eduardo Rivadavia, Rovi
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Pentemple Suzuzu I and II.
Sorry but verrrrry reminiscent of type o negative
haunting and f**king beautiful
I like this. Kinda like post-sludge or post-shoegaz e or something. Nice sound.
Haven't listened to Jesu in a like two years at least. Can't believe I forgot.
Just incredible!
Awesome moody feel. Reminds me of Hum in the 90s.
Jesu... I love you...
brokdancer
MINDBLOWING! !
worldcrash
this song is too intense for me right now
One of the most underrated bands I've ever heard. They do it all. They can be total emo then play thrash and death. Love Jesu. Killer be, jah mon!
jesu yeah.Killer Be.
love love love jesu
i have to listen to something jkb created at least once every few days. at most, ill have all his cds in my car and an album will repeat over and over again for weeks. not exaggerating .
noes4
that transition in Lifeline where they come off of the chorus back into the verse may be one of the best things that I've ever heard...
LOL I was just thinking, I can hear some Godflesh sounds in there, and then I looked and saw that this was Justin Broadrick!
Most excellent. Dig it.
Oh s**t new album!!!!!! Must own it now!!!
buy them all at the same time
which album should i get first ?
WHOA the new Jesu album is great. I love it. He never ceases to make good songs for Jesu.
You sleep. If you can.
What do you do when none of the answers anyone gives makes sense and it seems like the only answer is that nothing makes sense and never will, the world's eroding around you and you don't know if it's in your head and all the people screaming in agony around you might be experiencing the same hallucinatio n you are or if you're simply experiencing the symptoms of getting old or if this really is just one gigantic ball of random nonsense flying around you at incredible speeds?
Jesus' flesh
A really beautiful sounding band, really amazing in it's simplicity. Nothing really can compare to how amazing this band is. Truly amazing, I'm really nothing more than a blabbering idiot when it comes to Jesu.
Great metal to sleep to.
Awesome.
The first listen is really hard from him but niiiice when you have looked inside to see what is truly there. I really like the meditative work he has done. "Friends are Evil" is a good song and what I kinda feel shows what he is about in a way (also listening to it right now so maybe a little bit of bias). Mellow out
I stumbled upon this when trying to build a guitar laden Industrial channel - which is really hard to do without polluting it with Rammstein and Filter - and it's absolutely fantastic. He can soundtrack my life anytime he wants.
I like wondering how his life must have evolved much as his music, when you consider godflesh. Stunnning.
Yeah. What she just said.
Wow...really haven't heard anything quite like them before. And, their more recent stuff/sound is entering shoegaze-y territory, which is completely great.
what needs to be said? its justin broadrick. ok, i came up with something... t h e man has a unique vision for his music.
jesu christ!!! jkb rules
billdude49
hes moving towards a more shoegaze/ele c t r o n i c feel. i wonder what hes gonna do next? everything they have done is awesome.
Niice.
robin2048
Brings down the heart rate. Drone-y, challenging and meditative. Pretty interesting stuff.
simple and rocks!
Sparks meditation. Beautiful.
pshowell6
guaranteed
Jesu kicks a**!

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