Flesh Eating Foundation | Purging

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by Flesh Eating Foundation

Industrial zombie punk
Genre: Metal/Punk: Industrial Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Victims
3:20 $0.89
2. Godless
4:07 $0.89
3. Fucking Sick
4:15 $0.89
4. Godless (The Ladder Remix)
4:10 $0.89
5. Septic
6:30 $0.89
6. Godless (Digicore Remix)
3:54 $0.89
7. You Made Me Suffer
6:41 $0.89
8. Godless (Multi-Panel Remix)
3:09 $0.89
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Album Notes
Flesh Eating Foundation formed in the 1990's in the grim and dreary Midlands of the UK. Taking influences as diverse as the Butthole Surfers, Frankie Goes to Hollywood and Metallica, they continue to virally release dark and agressive electronic music/noise.

In 2007, after releasing numerous limited run demos and EPs they were signed to UK underground label Rebco Records, and released their official debut album 'Seethe' to much critical aclaim. In 2009 they released 'Purging' an 8 track mini album, also through Rebco. This was limited to a pressing of 300 CDs and contained 3 remixes of the title track and club favourite 'Godless'.

Flesh Eating Foundation regularly gig their chaotic and blood drenched live show and have played with Angelspit, Sheep on Drugs, Uberbyte, Unter Null, Deviant UK, Novus, Global Citizen and Lahannya.

Flesh Eating Foundation have aquired the genre tag of 'industrial zombie punk', and will appeal to fans of Combichrist, Ministry, Atari Teenage Riot, Angelspit, Skinny Puppy, Mindless Self Indulgence and Front Line Assembly.



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