Jurojin to release epic new mini-album

London Alternative Prog-Metallers JUROJIN have confirmed the release of their debut Mini-Album The Living Measure Of Time.

Produced in Baltimore by Drew Mazurek (Linkin Park, HIM, Head Automatica), the introductory mini-album will be released on their own Majestic Elder Recordings through ADA Global/ Warner on June 7th. Guitarist Nic Rizzi states:

“This album is a means for us to hopefully put the name Jurojin on the map and show people that metal has always been and will continue to be an ever-evolving genre. We have been pushing and developing our sound over the last year or so, especially since the addition of tabla to the line-up, and I genuinely believe what we are creating now is something truly unique. This is something that will reflect upon our music more and more with time. Watch this space.”

Formed in 2008 as a musical experiment between friends, JUROJIN have played countless shows both in the UK and the US, leaving audiences on both sides of the Atlantic spellbound with their diverse and captivating sound, the product of a rock singer, a classical Indian tabla player, a jazz bassist, and a metal guitar player.

The band have recently welcomed critically-acclaimed violinist extraordinaire *ANNA PHOEBE *(Jethro Tull, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Paul Rodgers) among their ranks and she can now be seen performing with the band at select upcoming shows.

Catch JUROJIN live at:

April 21 - The Half Moon (Putney)

May 6 - The Nag’s Head (High Wycombe)

May 12 - The Underworld (supporting Mouth of The Architect)

May 19 - The Bedford (Balham)

May 31 - The Purple Turtle (Camden)


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