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London, England, United Kingdom | MAJOR

London, England, United Kingdom | MAJOR
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"London Upstarts Bringing an Esoteric World Edge to Progressive Metal"

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""The Living Measure of Time" Review"

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"Fantastic Middle Eastern influenced experimental rock"

It is rare that a band comes along and delivers something that sounds absolutely phenomenal with their debut album. Jurojin are a band from the U.K. that deliver their own unique brand of music that really is genre defying and out of this dimension. By fusing melodic rock with Middle Eastern riffs and beats, they deliver a special kind of music that is both heavy and also extremely harmonic... - The Metal Forge

"Jurojin - The Living Measure of Time ("Lords of Metal" Review)"

As you can read, superlatives fall short after listening to the CD ‘The Living Measure Of Time' by Jurojin. I have already handed in my list of favourite 2010 albums, otherwise this album would be on first place easily. - Lords of Metal

"Superb Debut Album From Experimental London Loons"

STARTING LIFE in 2008 as a musical experiment between five musicians... - Kerrang!


The Living Measure of Time



Jurojin has been gathering attention of the international metal and progressive rock communities since their live debut in June of 2008, headlining London’s Borderline club. With countless shows now under their belt, including prominent slots on some of Europe’s renowned metal festivals such as 2010’s Metal Hammer Festival, an acoustic show at London’s prestigious Barbican Hall, and UK / Europe appearances with the likes of Sevendust, Karnivool, Opeth, and Korn, Jurojin is preparing to unleash their debut album in the US.

Produced in Baltimore by Drew Mazurek (Linkin Park, HIM, Nothingface), the introductory album "The Living Measure of Time" was released on their own Majestic Elder Recordings through ADA/Warner in Europe on March 14th, 2011. Some of the most prominent commercial radio stations in the world have played tracks from the album and, even without a proper release or distribution in Australia, Triple J’s Andrew Haug rated the album in his “Top 10 Albums for 2010.”

The band is heading back into the studio in October to record three songs, which will complete "The Living Measure of Time." Jurojin has built a reputation as a live band and these tracks showcase the band’s powerful connection to the fans. These might be the refined album’s strongest tracks and the band is particularly excited about its cover of a traditional 19th century folk song, featuring critically-acclaimed violinist Anna Phoebe (Jethro Tull, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Paul Rodgers), which has quickly become one of the band’s most-requested songs in concert. Mazurek will mix the tracks and a finished product will be ready to go by November.

Jurojin’s collaboration with Phoebe goes beyond this one song, as the team has performed live on many occasions. Jurojin has also been writing an instrumental album with Phoebe that should be ready for release at some point in the coming year.

Jurojin is currently speaking with American labels and distributors regarding a US release for "The Living Measure of Time" and has its eyes on a big tour across the States.

“Superb debut album… Jurojin’s category-defying music simply has to be heard to be believed. One of the most unique bands of 2010” – Kerrang Magazine (4K)

“Jurojin’s debut sees them coming out with all guns blazing and leaving nothing to chance… the track “Proem” displays a maturity far in excess of the band’s apparent experience and neatly bridges the heavier elements of “The Living Measure of Time” whilst providing enough downtime to pick your jaw up off the floor” – Rocksound Magazine (8/10)