Fan-filmed video footage of Birmingham's seminal post-punk/industrial behemoths GODFLESH's October 27, 2010 concert at Arches in Glasgow, Scotland can be viewed below.
GODFLESH will perform its seminal debut full-length album, 1989's "Streetcleaner", in its entirety at the 2011 edition of the Roadburn festival on Thursday, April 14 at the 013 venue in Tilburg, Holland. In addition, founding members Justin Broadrick and Benny Green will play the "Tiny Tears" EP, which was conceived as part of the overall "Streetcleaner" vision, in full as well.
"Streetcleaner" was remastered and reissued in a deluxe digipak in Europe on June 21 and in North America on August 10 via Earache Records.
"Streetcleaner" was GODFLESH's second release, proving to be one of the band's finest and most recognized albums and helping them to become one of the most influential industrial bands ever. Now "Streetcleaner" was brought up to date as a special expanded version, with all tracks remastered by GODFLESH founding member Justin Broadrick. The album also includes a bonus disc featuring 12 previously unreleased live tracks, alternate mixes and demos, and comes housed in a deluxe multi-panel digipak with detailed liner notes.
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