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"Alternative Press"

Judith plays goth pop that doesn't make you want to wear black or kill yourself! - Lisa


"Bringing back the '80s touch of darkness that made bands like The Smiths and Echo and the Bunnymen enigmas in their day, NYC's Judith delivers a sincere effort of gloom pop on "Play of Light," where the band's Goth synth style merges with Christopher David's baritone voice, which comes across like that of Type O
Negative's Peter Steele at times and Peter Murphy in others..."--Altar natives.com - Omar Perez

"NY Rock Street Beat"

I've been watching a bunch of "VH1 Classics" lately, getting all misty eyed, and here comes Judith, sounding like all those big-guitar, deep-voiced bands like Echo and the Bunnymen, Ice House, et al... And as much as it's nostalgia in me that likes the sound, the music is also good, big, ringing guitars, melodious vocals, a touch of minor chords here and there. ... it fits together like a fur-lined glove." - Staff Reviewer


Fohn CD
Saharas Seas CDEP
La Reveuse CD
Play of Light CD


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Christopher David made face with Requiem in White throughout the early '90s, making himself one of dark/Alt. rock's rising stars around his native New York City. By 1995, he hooked up with bass player Damian James and drummer Brian Veit for a new project, they called Judith. They made their debut that April at CBGB annual event, Night of Misanthropy, and Judith's first album Föhn was out by December. Since dark/Alt./rock was still cult and fan-based throughout America, Judith challenged European audiences. Judith's infectious post-punk sound of lush choruses, heavy bass lines, and worldbeat percussion was strikingly similar to the likes of Die Krupps and early Cult. A deal with the indy label, Neue Asthetik was set by 1998 and Judith issued the beautiful chaos of La Reveuse. Judith played the Blackout A.D. tour in 1999; this was Judith's first major tour of North America and dates in the U.K.
and Germany followed the next summer. Having spent the latter '90s on the road and recording, David, James, and Veit took a well-deserved break before writing for a third album. Play of Light was issued in fall 2001.