GODFLESH: 'Songs Of Love And Hate'/'Love And Hate In Dub' Out Now In Europe

Three long-out-of-print releases from industrial legends GODFLESH have been reissued by Earache Records as one value-packed set.

The pack — which is retailing for the price of just one CD — includes the band's 1996 album "Songs Of Love And Hate", coupled with the 1997 re-interpretation of that LP, "Love And Hate In Dub". Also included is the long-deleted DVD "In All Languages", which features all of the bands promo music videos.

Formed by one of NAPALM DEATH's founding members, Justin Broadrick, GODFLESH's illustrious career saw them become one of the most influential industrial bands ever, touring the globe with the likes of MINISTRY, FEAR FACTORY, DANZIG and TYPE O NEGATIVE, and gaining influential fans including the likes of METALLICA's Kirk Hammett.

Now, after years out of print, these classic releases are available once again. Order your copy featuring two CD albums plus a DVD, all for the price of just one regular CD, from the Earache European webstore at this location.


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