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The Judas Syndrome

The Judas Syndrome

The Judas Syndrome


In the modern era of the heavy metal genre you find a lot of different styles or sub genres which encompass a multitude of influences from all the metal music innovators. Taking on what has been done to birth metal in the 80's and adding to it elements of electronica and modern extreme metal, The Judas Syndrome aim to take the future of metal by storm. The Judas Syndrome is THRASH FUCKIN METAL at heart with a modern twist in their sound. Intricately Read more on Last.fm
In the modern era of the heavy metal genre you find a lot of different styles or sub genres which encompass a multitude of influences from all the metal music innovators. Taking on what has been done to birth metal in the 80's and adding to it elements of electronica and modern extreme metal, The Judas Syndrome aim to take the future of metal by storm. The Judas Syndrome is THRASH FUCKIN METAL at heart with a modern twist in their sound. Intricately blending harmonized guitars with high tempo rhythms and one of the most distinct and recognizable voices in underground metal. They have all the chugging, riffing, melodic and pissed vocals one has come to expect in a modern heavy metal band.

Thus far, the band has performed in several major venues in New York City as well as hit the road to surrounding Eastern Atlantic states. Relentless hand-to-hand promotion as well as internet buzz have earned the band spots opening for national metal acts such as As I Lay Dying, Winds of Plague, Despised Icon, After The Burial, Nile, The Acacia Strain, Sworn Enemy, and Your Demise to name a few. The Judas Syndrome have managed to draw considerable attention to themselves with their debut independant release "Underneath Blood Skies" charting at #9 on CMJ Loudrock charts. The first single "Death of the Soul" was widely well received nationally by radio and the video for the single debuted on MTV2 Headbanger's Ball in August 2010. Notably, Death of the Soul reached local NYC/NJ area radio station 89.5 WSOU's top 89 for 2010 and was spotlighted on Sirius/XM Liquidmetal radio in the Devilz Dozen for 13 weeks.

The song continues to be played on national radio, the Metal Channel on cable and satellite television, Pandora Radio, and AOL Metal music. The second single "No Return" has also been well received and continues to be played on local and national radio. Currently, the band is back at it in the studio setting working on new music for 2011. They are looking to find a solid partner in the music industry and desire to take their music to the next level. The Judas Syndrome's live show is energetic and engaging, bringing a sonic assault that might very well vaporize small children and animals.

“We’re fun loving dudes who love playing metal.” - TJS 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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