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I piu` fedeli all'esempio dei Godflesh sono forse i Pitchshifter sul minialbum
Submit (Earache), in particolare Gritter, e sull'album del 1994 Desensitized
(Earache). I riff brutali di Diable e Triad e l'orgia di campionamenti di To Die Is
Gain sono comunque temperati dalla mezz'ora ambientale di Routine.
Godflesh's main disciples in the difficult art of
industrial-tinged grindcore could be Pitchshifter. The early works, the
mini-albums Industrial (Peaceville, 1991) and
Submit (Earache, 1992), especially Gritter,
are faithful applications of Godflesh's ideology.
The band started cruising towards a more personal voice with
Desensitized (Earache, 1993).
The brutal riffs of Diable and Triad, plus the sampling orgy
of To Die Is Gain, are relieved
by the 30-minute ambient tide of Routine.
Jon Clayden (vocals) and John Carter (guitars) showed tremendous progress
on Infotainment (Earache, 1996), that is infected with jungle beats.
Deep grooves and heavy riffs, besides normalized vocals, made
www.pitchshifter.com (DGC, 1998) much more accessible.
Genius is catchy, while What's In It For Me retains the violent
urge of the early days. The band manages to combine
Nine Inch Nails's psychotic atmospheres,
Henry Rollins's visceral delivery and
and Ministry's manic assault, but mediated
via Prodigy's living-room techno.
Deviant (MCA, 2000)
Hordes of Satan, born from the ashes of Pitchshifter, released
Hordes of Satan (Streaks, 2007).