Published Jan 26, 2012English musical experimenter Justin Broadrick has kept himself busy the last few years with his "'80s haze" Pale Sketcher project, the Isis collab Greymachine, and some Godflesh reunion dates, but the prolific musician is further diversifying his portfolio with news of yet another project, JK Flesh.
According to a press release, Broadrick has reclaimed the moniker he used in industrial hip-hop outfit Techno Animal, but his upcoming as-yet-untitled album will resemble "the darker side" of his oeuvre. That said, the album, which will be released by UK imprint 3by3 on April 30, "simultaneously contextualises this within the unfamiliar turf of the post-dubstep/industrial canon pushed by [the label]."
More news, from the album title to its tracklisting to artwork, is expected shortly, and Broadrick will take his JK Flesh material for a test drive at Holland's Roadburn Festival in April.
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