After a few years life took the pair in different directions and in 1990 Glenn became vocalist of a rock and blues cover band called "And Then There Were Four". Performing songs from the Beatles to Gary Moore and U2 was fun but Glenn missed creating music of his own. Glenn left the band when his father was terminally ill to help look after him and did not return to the world of music for some time. In 2007 Glenn became inspired once more after discovering "Noisy Toyz", a local industrial metal band with gothic undertones. He started to compose his own songs under the name of "Judas Sane" creating his own brand of alternative electronic rock. 2012 Sees the end of Judas Sane as Glenn Key emerges from the ashes to perform the much darker industrial electronica he has always wanted to create.
With artists such as Gary Numan, Noisy Toyz, and John Palmer as his main influences, The album "Dark Dreams" promises to be an interesting mix of ambient electronica and industrial gothic soundscapes. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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