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by on Jul.15, 2007, under Metal Music News

In 2005 RSJ unleashed their first full-length release titled ‘Reflections In B Minor’. Produced by metal guru Dave Chang, the 12 track album has already received stunning reviews from both the mainstream and street-level media and also gained RSJ a slot on the covermount CD of Metal Hammer.

A storming full UK tour with grind masters ‘The Berzerker’ in March 2006 followed as well as another fistful of flawless reviews in the likes of Terrorizer, Kerrang! And Powerplay. With a feature following in the Incoming section of Metal Hammer and their debut album appearing in the Kerrang! decks of doom writers playlist, RSJ embarked on a headlining UK mini tour in August 06. Kerrang! gave the band 4k’s for their incendiary live performance, sponsorship followed from Hughes and Kettner guitar and bass amplification, a BBC Radio interview and feature and a track on a Terrorizer covermount CD saw a successful end to the year.

‘RSJ are phenomenal with their vicious Will Haven-meets-Meshuggah clobbering… It’s one hell of a way to start the night, definitely ones to watch for in the future. KKKK’


‘Gain To Nothing’ covers much of the spectrum of heaviness, with the extreme angles of ‘My Bastardised Son’ making it clear why they were asked to support the unsociably monstrous Aussies The Berzerker recently.
Metal Hammer

“Made Me Sweaty”

Reflections In B Minor
Blueprint For A Brighter Future

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