Jud Jud

Jud Jud

xthedemosx

No Idea

I don’t know any other way to put it, Jud Jud are an a cappella metal band. Two guys make all of the palm mute gallops, whammy bar dive bombs and high hat count offs. They even make back masking sounds. Strangely, instead of sounding like a Beavis and Butthead joke taken too far, they pull it off with enough humor to make it funny, enough skill to make it serious. The printing of the lyrics was a nice touch (“…jud jud jah gah goy gah goy…”). Another nice touch would be the show fliers showing Jud Jud headlining for such bands as Youth of Today, Bold, Minor Threat, and Dag Nasty.

No Idea Fanzines & Records, P.O. Box 14636, Gainesville, FL 32604

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