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Godflesh photo

Courtesy of Digby Pearson, founder of Earache Records From their archive.

Godflesh cover art

Godflesh (1990) Earache Records - mock up of artwork This is the band's first release. Initially released on Swordfish Records, in 3 versions, only on vinyl. The band signed to Earache Records shortly after, and both Earache and Silent Scream recordings re-issued this recording 2 years later. Earache's version contained 2 bonus tracks Courtesy of Digby Pearson, founder of Earache Records From their archive.

“Selfless” indie charts

Press clippings for 'Selfless' in at no 12 in the independent Album Charts and then at no 21 (Shellac - 'At Action Park no 1) Courtesy of Digby Pearson, founder of Earache Records From their archive.

Godflesh biography

Type writer produced early Godflesh biography made by Earache. Courtesy of Digby Pearson, founder of Earache Records From their archive.


Godflesh Photos

Photos of Godflesh taken at Edwards No8 and Birmingham University.Maybe someone can remember the exact dates.


More Images of Godflesh from Edwards No8

Gnarlimost fanzine

Acquired from Johnny Doom Gnarlimost Fanzine issue 1 feat Godflesh interview and review


Godflesh show

Godflesh show that I saw when living in Vancouver. The room held 300 but it was not sold out. AMAZING show!

Concrete Sox + Napalm Death flyer

Line up: Concrete Sox Head Of David Napalm Death Fall Of Because Venue: The Mermaid . Stratford Road . Birmingham Date: Saturday 26th of April Cost : £1.50 Promoter: Money for a PA Presents


Metal Works Leather Jacket Competition

A page from a 1993 copy of Kerrang! magazine featuring a competition to win a Judas Priest leather jacket. This was a promotional item for the release of the bands 'Metal Works 73-93' CD compilation and video documentary. Note that the competition could only be entered by telephone - no e-mailing or texting in those days!


RAW Magazine Poster

1992 RAW magazine poster featuring Rob Halford and Sebastian Bach (then of Skid Row). This photo was taken around the time that Rob guested live on stage in Phoenix with Skid Row when they covered the Judas Priest classic 'Delivering The Goods'. The track was recorded and released on the Skid Row single 'Youth Gone Wild/Delivering The Goods', and features on the album 'B-Sides Themselves'. Even though it is a great cover version, it's worth listening to just for Sebastian Bachs introduction of Rob Halford to the stage!


Ozzfest 98 Ticket

Ozzfest ticket from Milton Keynes Bowl, Saturday 20th June. The line up featured both the band Black Sabbath and Ozzy Osbourne as a solo artist. Also performing that day, amongst others, were Foo Fighters, Soulfly, Pantera, Slayer, Fear Factory and Therapy.

Jugulator Tour Ticket

Judas Priest 'Jugulator' tour ticket. This ticket is from their gig at Wolverhampton Civic Hall, Sunday 12th April 1998. This was the first tour for their new singer at the time, American vocalist Tim 'Ripper' Owens.


Ozzy Osbourne Ticket

Ticket from the Ozzy Osbourne gig at Wolverhampton Civic Hall, 11th November 1995. This was part of the 'Retirement Sucks' Tour and in support of the Ozzmosis album.


Judas Priest Painkiller Video

Judas Priest Painkiller VHS video. Released by Sony Music in 1991, Cat no: 499042. Features the promo videos: Painkiller, Locked In, Love Bites, Hot Rockin', You've Got Another Thing Comin', Breaking The Law, Living After Midnight, Freewheel Burning and A Touch Of Evil


Judas Priest Metal Works Video

Judas Priest Metal Works 73-93 VHS video. Released by Sony Music in 1993. Cat no: 2004962. Film documenting the bands career from 1973 to 1993.

Judas Priest Promo Photo

A Judas Priest press promotional photograph. This will have been from the 'Painkiller' era, around 1991. Note the old London dialling code for the bands management company - 071!