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Jesu - Infinity album flac

  • Performer: Jesu
  • Album: Infinity
  • FLAC: 1452 mb | MP3: 1520 mb
  • Released: 2009
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Shoegaze, Industrial
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 799
Jesu - Infinity album flac


A Infinity (Part A)
B Infinity (Part B)


  • Performer [Created By], Recorded By, Mixed By, Producer, Lyrics By, Instruments – Justin K Broadrick


Created, recorded, mixed & produced at Avalanche 2008-09.

c & p avalanche recordings 2009.

The album comes in a gatefold sleeve, and on two different colors of vinyl: grey (limited to 400 copies) and black (limited to 900 copies).This is the black vinyl version.

The vinyl version contains a different mix for Part A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 83179E1/B
  • Matrix / Runout: 83179E2/A

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
arec017 Jesu Infinity ‎(CD, Album) Avalanche Recordings arec017 UK 2009
arec017FLAC Jesu Infinity ‎(File, FLAC) Avalanche Recordings arec017FLAC UK 2009
arec017v Jesu Infinity ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Gre) Avalanche Recordings arec017v UK 2009
AREC017DE Jesu Infinity (Digital Deluxe Edition) ‎(4xFile, MP3, Album, 24b) Avalanche Recordings AREC017DE UK 2014
AREC017DE Jesu Infinity (Digital Deluxe Edition) ‎(4xFile, FLAC, Album, 24b) Avalanche Recordings AREC017DE UK 2014

This is followed by two genuine remixes of 'Infinity' entitled re-interpretations.

Infinity (Jesu album). File:Jesu-infinity bi. pg. Studio album by Jesu. The album consists of a single song, lasting approximately fifty minutes, with all instrumentation performed and recorded entirely by Justin Broadrick. The album was initially released on CD in a six-panel sleeved digipak On August 19, 2009, Daymare Recordings released Infinity as a two-disc set in Japan, with an exclusive second track, not featured on version previously released worldwide.

Jesu is a British experimental band formed in 2003 by Justin Broadrick following the 2002 breakup of his band Godflesh. I'm intentionally writing what I consider to be coherent "pop" songs".

As such, the album/song avoids ever losing its focus: this keeps the album from descending into a massive pit of boring variations of the same riff. However, on the flipside, the song keeps things interesting with its impressive dynamics. Being (somewhat) post-metal, it has its long sections of melody and ambiance, which, due to the length of the track, are even longer than normal.

Atmospheric Doom Jesu. 版公司 Daymare Recordings Avalanche Recording.

All the wrongs are never right It's all just instinct without foresight. Drown in judgements, kill the nights Trust within your souls, burn so bright.

Infinity however, is a remarkably inconsistent album. That's not to say that the song doesn't flow well which it does, although it does become stagnant at times, its the way in which the good moments are surrounded by sub par sections that are truly sub par. Listening to this album in its entirety can become tiring and that is something that no Jesu album should ever do. A few good moments don't save Infinity from being average at best. Luckily, this record does end.