Oct 29, · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Jesu on Discogs/5(25). Jan 04, · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Jesu on Discogs. Label: Hydra Head Records - HH • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition, Picture Disc, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Industrial, Experimental, Ambient/5(35). Jesu - Jesu (Hydra Head Records) review. 1. Your Path to Divinity 2. Friends Are Evil 3. Tired of Me 4. We All Faulter MP3 5.
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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Help Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. A lot of the criticisms labelled at the early material seem rather unjust, in my view. The band were formed in and recorded the first EP in the same year. The two are very contrasting genres, however much they like to incorporate themes of industrial.
His whimsical soundscapes are as heavy as a heavy thing and mesmerise to We All Faulter = г‚¦г‚Јгѓ»г‚Єгѓјгѓ«гѓ»гѓ•г‚©гѓ«г‚їгѓј - Jesu - Jesu (CD point of hypnotism. There is a strength present in the constant thudding of the instrumentation that gives this record, the self-titled debut, a hearty backbone that allows the record to base the rest of its material on.
Drone was never a easy genre to become established in. The meaty guitars and gigantic soundscapes are sometimes too much for people to handle, but given the right state of mind, this record has the ability to enforce its emotional vulnerability on to the listener and make them feel the pain that this record is based around. His sound, particularly early on, was one that seemed unparalleled.
He creates distinctive drone soundscapes using a minimalist approach. The emotional complexities of the self-titled piece make up for the lack of real creativity, though there is a certain visionary skill in being able to produce something as expressive as this. In actual fact, I do love this record, but for personal reasons and can accept the fact that it will not appeal to everyone, therefore a lot of my judgment is being based on that.
The record is built on slow impacting sections which drown out the thoughts of the listener in the shape of a rumbling earthquake like sound in the guitars. The guitars are perhaps the most pivotal section of the record since they create a fair amount of the atmosphere surrounding the songs. The guitars, reinforced by powerful percussion that includes impressionable hi-hat and cymbal sections that wash over the listener like forceful waves of melancholy, mixed with angst.
There are many raw qualities to this record, which in turn makes it sound even more unique against its peers. The constant rumbling sound, for instance, was a first for me to hear in this manner. It plays an imperative role in creating the wall that was previously mentioned. The bass, which is audible, though not as important to Jesu as the guitars or the esoteric programming, is accredited for some of the ample soundscapes.
His lush vocals tend to lull the listener into a hazy reality which boarders on the fictional. Much of the material seems to be based on creating a low feeling in the listener and ebbing it throughout their body with the vibrations of the constant distortion which plagues the listener throughout.
Although no one likes to feel low, Jesu make it sound desirable, which is why I keep coming back to this record, years after having heard it for the first time. And you're just like, and you're just like all the rest. This album is desperation. Not in the negative sense, but a rather calculated view into the emotion of desperation.
This album isn't necessarily dark by any standards, but it is rather By "dense," I mean the music seems to be miles away, and to truly get to it you must swim through layers of mud. This album is distance. You won't feel any closer as the music progresses; you will simply feel farther away from reality.
By feeling farther away from reality, you can connect and associate with the music's distance from standard sounds. This album is eternity. Every song, no matter how short, sounds Album) long, as though the artists have found a break of reality and have slipped into eternity.
Every single time you listen through, you turn into an endless being, distant from human existence, and finding it difficult to live at all. This album is true melancholy. The deeper it goes, the farther it gets and the more desperate the sound becomes, this album finds your core emotions - something beyond material lyrics can express-and screws around with your feelings. You'll feel like you've entered a dreamy state, and as though you're going to float off, when suddenly pain of the tones offered in this album haunt your core.
I have listened to this album countless times, and yet haven't found a single outstanding track. The album is meant to be listened to as a whole, and thus while there are no amazingly good tracks, there are no bad tracks to use to contrast here. It lacks a real reference point, as each song is equally unique and they all deserve to be listened to again and again.
This album is not essential. However, it is still a great listen. Still they've all been really, really good, so when I saw this CD in my We All Faulter = г‚¦г‚Јгѓ»г‚Єгѓјгѓ«гѓ»гѓ•г‚©гѓ«г‚їгѓј - Jesu - Jesu (CD shop I had to buy it. The first thing you notice with this album is the unique CD booklet.
It's made using weird materials, and while the artwork may not really fit the album in my opinion anyway it's really good. Aaron Turner has designed a lot of great album covers and this one is just as good as say, the Celestial design or the Australiasia design.
But enough of that, it's time for the music. This album is really quite an amazing one, and totally unique. It's slow and heavy, but a lot of it is really ethereal, even the heavy parts. The whole thing sounds really alien, I definetly haven't heard anything like this before, ever.
The strange production would really account for this. Don't get me wrong, the production is incredible, just really weird. The guitar's are really, really distorted, but it's not a metal distortion.
It's just The songs are really really strange too. There's always a lot of background stuff going off, whether it's just static, and additional guitar line or whatever. The music consists mainly of big, slow guitars with ethereal, fx-treated guitar lines floating over the top of the whole big thing. Sometimes, the whole thing will just be a 2 note guitar line, drenched in sound effects, ebbing and flowing in the background.
While these parts go on for a while, they don't repeat endlessly, and most people shouldn't get bored with 'em. The vocals are pretty cool too. Broadrick isn't the most amazing singer ever, but he does have a good voice, and like everything else in this album, it's filtered through a few effects.
It fits really, really well with the whole thing though. His voice is like an instrument, drifting into and out of the mix. The whole thing is complemented nicely by the drums. The drums don't do anything difficult, but they do sound fairly epic, and they give the songs momentum.
The huge sound of them fits really well in the whole scheme of things. You need big drums for this kind of music. One of the best things with this album is the kind of vibe it sends out, Album). It's not exactly what you would say is a 'raw' album, but the whole album has a really organic feel about it.
There's a very warm, welcoming thing throughout the entire album. While a lot of this album is fairly sad, you won't feel depressed through much of this album. For every part that's sad, there is a part that's joyful. That's fairly strange for a metal album, the only other band that I can think of doing that is maybe Pelican. This is a must buy album for all metal fans. It pushes the boundaries of metal, indeed, it pushes the boundaries of music. You all need this album. If you think your Fantomas CD's, or your Avant Jazzcore collection is the most out there music ever, think again.
And the thing is, is that he is We All Faulter = г‚¦г‚Јгѓ»г‚Єгѓјгѓ«гѓ»гѓ•г‚©гѓ«г‚їгѓј - Jesu - Jesu (CD the same sounds, except that he is bringing them to their logical, fucking badass conclusion. It also manages to feel incredibly organic. Godlfesh used a cold, alienating industrial sound well to their advantage, wheras this is almost the opposite, managing to sound incredibly warm and inviting.
But the real defining element of Jesu comes once he has already built up this grandiose droning structure, when you hear the melody. I am not sure if melody is the right word, because sometimes it will only only shift between two notes for several minutes, or just experiment with one note.
But whatever he does, it it one of the most heart-wrenching things I have ever heard in music. It is just that emotionally raw.
Dec 08, · Jesu () by Jesu. Labels: Hydra Head Records. Genres: Drone Metal, Shoegaze. Songs: Your Path To Divinity, Friends Are Evil, Tired of Me, We All Faulter, Walk on Water, Sun Day%(7). View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Red Vinyl release of Jesu on Discogs. May 12, · Jesu - Jesu () Album Photo by 버닝앤젤. Format: CD. 12 likes. 분위기 엄청 좋았던 앨범 오늘같이 추적추적 비오는날 듣기 딱 좋은 앨범인거 같습니다 3 Jesu Album Photos.
All songs written by Justin Broadrick. Recording information: Recorded and mixed at Avalanche, Drums recorded at Subsonic Society, Oslo. Identifiers: Barcode: 7 1 Matrix code: CC JESU sioprovcabradeperfscormarcodenmenssol.co
referencing Jesu, 2xLP, Album, Ltd, core Best sounding version of the deepest heavy album of the 21st century - Amy Philipps' monolithic review for "Seattle Weekly" is . Jesu by jesu, released 08 December 1. Your Path to Divinity 2. Friends Are Evil 3. Tired of Me 4. We All Faulter 5. Walk on Water 6. Sun Day 7. Man/Woman 8. Guardian Angel Few albums represent an individual and genre defining milestone as does the self titled debut from Justin Broadrick's Jesu. Combining the considerable sonic weight of Godflesh with brittle melancholy melodies in.
Un an et demi après avoir mis un terme à GODLESH, dont il était le frontman, Justin Broadrick remet le couvert. Déjà dévoilé par un EP intitulé Heartache composé de 2 chansons de 20 minutes chacune, JESU (Justin Broadrick donc) nous livre ici par l'intermédiaire d'Hydrahead Records son premier véritable album, au titre éponyme. Pas de revirement de style soudain - Justin ne s'est.
Jesu is the first full-length album by British experimental music band Jesu, released through Hydra Head Records on 8 December Unlike the Heart Ache EP, where Justin Broadrick executed all instrumentation himself, this release features Ted Parsons on drums, Diarmuid Dalton on bass, and a guest appearance by Paul Neville on guitar on the track "Man/Woman". Justin Broadrick is a busy man. Which might come as a surprise to anyone who delves into the devastatingly deep, dark world of sioprovcabradeperfscormarcodenmenssol.co a listen to Jesu's self-titled first album one would expect the man to be too depressed to get up off the floor. But after a series of incarnations -- grindcore godfathers Napalm Death and Head of David, proto-industrialists Godflesh, free jazz metalists God.
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