JESU Featuring Former GODFLESH Frontman: New EP 'Silver' Due In April

JESU, the brainchild of Justin Broadrick (former member of two legendary bands: NAPALM DEATH and GODFLESH), will release its new EP, "Silver", on April 11 via Hydra Head. A vinyl edition will be issued through Conspiracy Records at a later date. This vinyl edition will come in grey and white limited editons besides the standard black. Look out for a Hydra Head mail-order special of "Silver" close to the release.

"Silver" contains four new songs — "Silver", "Star", "Wolves" and "Dead Eyes" — with a total running time of approximately 29 minutes. Diarmuid Dalton plays bass on all songs, while Ted Parsons plays drums on "Silver". A short clip of each song (approximately 30 seconds long) in MP3 format can be heard at the Avalanche web site.

JESU will be touring Europe with FINAL in May. A U.S. trek with ISIS had been planned, but JESU could not obtain work permits in time to make the tour a reality. A second JESU album is currently being recorded for release later in the year.

(Thanks: Prashant)


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