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Final
"Reading All The Right Signals Wrong" CD (bonus tracks)
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NOQ018
Final
"Reading All The Right Signals Wrong" LP
NOQ018 » Get it

Final

Final

Justin Broadrick has always made music which could one day serve as a soundtrack to the end of the world, should we ever need one. Whether with Godflesh or Jesu -- themes of urban decay, corporate greed and post-modern malaise often set the bleak tone. Final, his longest running project, is no different. Formed in 1982, it has often run parallel to his more recognizable work and served as an undefinable and more experimental outlet.

Reading All The Right Signals Wrong is a new full-length, and his first album to be released on vinyl (the sub tones complement the format nicely, we must say). A CD release will follow in the spring, with different mixes of the songs added to provide a nice bonus.

"Final draws from a toolkit of simple shifting harmonies, alternately dense and sparse tone clusters, repetition, filter sweeps, and still other sounds that are inexplicably 'wet,' organic and free of outright harsh-noise copout." - Dusted

Members:

Justin Broadrick

MP3:

Wrong Signal (alt. mix)

Booking:

No Quarter
mike@noquarter.net
267-972-5144

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Website: http://www.avalancheinc.co.uk/final.html
MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/officialfinal