Axis

by Mask of Judas

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Mask of Judas: AXIS (2013)

5 tracks and full mini album artwork and lyrics.

Photography and Artwork by Aaron Bennett Photography
Recorded/Mixed/Mastered at Envy Studios


Terroizer Magazine, July 2013
"One of the finest upcoming metal acts on the south coast, Mask Of Judas deserve far wider recognition. Their latest mini-album ‘Axis’ is an excellent showcase of their talents, combining groove and technicality in a manner that’s deceptively difficult to get right, and crowned by Jo Challen’s distinctive, forceful vocal performance. The decision to opt for a shorter release has certainly paid off here, songs like ‘The Ascension’ packing impressive melodic sections alongside the six (seven, and eight)-string wizardry, and built around memorable hooks. Though there’s no dearth of up and coming progressive metal acts at the moment, MOJ are tighter, cannier songwriters than most, and if they can keep releasing material of this calibre, they’ll be well set.

[8] ROB SAYCE"

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released 29 April 2013

Music by Mask of Judas
Lyrics by Jo Challen
Recorded at Envy Studios
Artwork by Aaron Bennett Photography

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Mask of Judas Chichester, UK

Mask of Judas are a unique blend of groove and tech metal hailing from the South coast of the UK. Featuring female vocalist Jo’s vicious screams and quirky vocal lines, Mask of Judas’s sound flows from raw heaviness to needle-precision tech. The bands inspirations are many, their goal to make interesting, new heavy music that will leave all metal fans with a fresh perspective. ... more

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Track Name: Should You Leave with Nothing
Music by Mask of Judas/Adam Bell
Lyrics by Jo Challen
Recorded at Envy Studios
Artwork by Aaron Bennet Photography