GGFH ties nods with presentPosted on 28/04/05
GGFH (an acronym for Global Genocide Forget Heaven) are back amongst the living. The band consisting of the Californian duo, Brian J. Walls and Ghost has just finished recordings for their upcoming album "Serrated Smile" which is supposed to come out this year on Earache. Described by Dani Filth of Cradle of Filth as "the most fucked up band on the planet", GGFH has been making noise since 1986. Heavily influenced by Skinny Puppy, their early work was dirge-like soundscapes, full of horror movie samples and creepy vocals from Ghost. Having released 7 demo tapes, the band signed to the the mainly black/death metal oriented Peacevile label in 1992. A double tour followed with Fear Factory and My Dying Bride. After a chaotic tour, little else was heard form the band, until the release of the compilation "The Very Beast Of, Vol 1", in 2001. This contained one new track, under the name GGFH, but was in fact the work of Ghost alone. A long promised new album, "Serated Smile" is now finally expected to be released sometime in 2005.
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Posted by: geist on Apr 29, 05 | 3:06 pm
well thanx for the propaganda...the new cd is nearly done...
Posted by: MKX111 on Apr 28, 05 | 9:45 pm
Yea! about time GGFH were back to show all the synthpop crap what the "scene" was & is all about!!!
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