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Judge for Judgement

New Castle, IN
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Portrait of Judgement
Going from mere concept into reality is always a daunting task, and can be especially brutal at the "Crossroads of America", where conservatism and status quo make up a so called life. So, it should be no surprise that within these confines comes a singular voice of dissention, screaming out with aggression. The time for Judgement has come. The time for Judgement is now.
Upon finalizing their lineup in late 2005 and a debut show alongside heavy metal titans Anthrax, Judgement released their debut EP in May 2006. Judgement built upon the success of the EP and released their latest CD, “The Bitter End” on November 20th, 2007. This CD sees the band honing their own brand of metal with a more realized and cohesive vision, as well as expanding their signature sound to previously unheard heaviness and melody
Through their hard work and success, they have sold out of 2 pressing of the EPs and on their way to a 2nd pressing of their new album. They’ve handed out thousands of demos and have created a strong following allowing them to be hand-picked to play with the top acts in metal today including Anthrax, Lamb of God, Arch Enemy, God Forbid, Chimaira, Unearth, All That Remains, Hate Eternal, Destruction, Sadus, Municipal Waste and more. They’ve also had the honor of being invited to open shows for Hatebreed by vocalist/label owner Jamey Jasta during the summer of 2007. In addition to their touring schedule, Judgement has enjoyed radio airplay on Sirius radio’s Hard Attack, XM’s Liquid metal and several specialty radio shows across the us, highlighted by being voted the top unsigned band for 10 weeks running on WCNI’s (CT) metal show, The Asylum. The band has been featured on the program twice with on air interviews and entire album listening parties. Although unsigned, Judgement’s professional presentation, demeanor and stage show have garnered them close working relationships with Trick Percussion Products, Madison Amplifiers, Warwick basses (Dana B. Goods, dist.), Tech 21, BCW accessories and more