September 21, 2010 — Adult Swim, the home of DETHKLOK and Metalocalypse, and Scion A/V, who have been responsible for a wave of metal fests and free shows, have come together to bring you Metal Swim, a collection of 16 rare or unreleased metal.
July 7, 2009 — GREYMACHINE, the collaboration between JESU/GODFLESH’s Justin K. Broadrick, ISIS’ Aaron Turner, Diarmuid Dalton (JESU), and Dave Cochran (HEAD OF DAVID, GOD, ICE), will be releasing their debut album, Disconnected, on August 4th through Hydra Head Records.
February 10, 2009 — The Earache Records reissuing machine is chugging along as the label are reissuing a pair of GODFLESH releases, Songs of Love and Hate (1996) and it’s accompanying remix album, Love and Hate in Dub (1997).
August 22, 2008 — Justin Broadrick’s JESU are set to release a new five-song EP entitled, Why Are We Not Perfect?, on September 9th (pushed back from August 19th) through Hydra Head.
November 16, 2007 — The End Records has signed the new project entitled: J2, featuring enigmatic singer/songwriter/performer Jarboe (SWANS) and Justin K. Broadrick, frontman for ambient/progressive noise project JESU (ex-GODFLESH).
October 26, 2007 — GALLHAMMER is a most unique musical entity consisting of a trio of Japanese girls with only death and hopelessness on their mind. Dressed like crusty, black metal vixens, these unsuspecting ladies serve up an unfiltered blend of only the most primitive, HELLHAMMER-inspired nastiness on their second album, Ill Innocence.
September 26, 2007 — JESU have announced yet another release this year in the form of their Lifeline EP. One song features a guest appearance by former SWANS vocalist Jarboe.
September 10, 2007 — WEEDEATER will be heading out this month in support of their latest album, God Luck and Good Speed. The band will be joined by various bands along the tour.
March 8, 2007 — JESU will finally be joining ISIS on tour beginning this Sunday, March 11th, following some troubles getting the proper paperwork for entering the U.S.Â JESU mainman Justin K.
March 4, 2007 — Goodfellow recording artists, INTRONAUT, have been added to some additional dates on the current ISIS U.S. tour as a replacement for JESU. The band will now continue on the tour until the March 10th show in Richmond, VA.
February 25, 2007 — Miami, Florida’s TORCHE are geared up for a busy year, with several new releases planned, heavy time on the road and the recording of their sophomore album.
February 20, 2007 — As previously reported, JESU have canceled their CD release show and now have been forced to skip out on initial participation on their upcoming tour with ISIS.
February 16, 2007 — According to INTRONAUT, JESU’s CD release show at Spaceland in Silverlake, CA (originally scheduled for 2/20/07) has been canceled due to customs issues. No word yet on whether or not the rest of the tour (with ISIS) has been affected.
February 14, 2007 — Conqueror, JESU’s forthcoming new album, has been posted in it’s entirety for previewing at this new website: http://www.jesuconqueror.com/. The album comes out on February 20th in the U.
February 10, 2007 — Justin Broadrick has already made his mark with the now-defunct GODFLESH, but the man certainly isn’t resting on his laurels. He’s churned out some refreshing sonics with JESU’s self-titled debut and last year’s great Silver EP.
January 28, 2007 — Hydra Head Records have announced their 2007 SXSW Showcase show on March 15th at Emo’s Annex Tent at 7pm. The line-up features PELICAN, JESU, BIG BUSINESS, DAUGHTERS, OXBOW, and Stephen Brodsky’s OCTAVE MUSEUM.
January 19, 2007 — INTRONAUT’s Danny Walker will be filling in on drums for JESU’s upcoming North American Tour with ISIS. The tour kicks off next month starting with a record release show for JESU’s new album, Conqueror, on the day of release, February 20, 2007.
December 8, 2006 — Supporting their stellar new album, In the Absence of Truth, ISIS is embarking on an ambitious headlining tour next spring. Supporting them on most dates are JESU, masterminded by Justin Broadrick, who will have a new album, Conqueror, out February 20 on Hydra Head.