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Album Review

If you've never heard Jucifer's hard-as-nails brand of noise rock, this dynamic Atlanta act brings more visceral energy to the table than indie rock's other elite couples (Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore and Kim Gordon, Boss Hog's Christina Martinez and Jon Spencer) combined. A raw, stripped-to-the-bone duo, G. Ed Livengood brings the hammer-of-the-gods drum skills, while firecracker frontwoman G. Amber Valentine rocks with distorted guitars cranked so damn high they'll make your ears bleed. The Lambs EP is a worthy, weighty follow-up to their critically acclaimed debut, with seven songs clocking in at 20 minutes. Moving from the sludgy, come-hither metal of the opening "Lambs 1" to the haunting piano balladry of "Lambs 3" to the inhuman howling of the abrasive "Gunsick," Jucifer moves from beautiful and seductive to aggressive and frightening in the time it takes most bands to come up with a chord progression. Though they've yet to achieve the widespread fame of the aforementioned duos, The Lambs EP proves they're one of the brightest bands on the indie rock circuit.

Customer Reviews


A musical masterpiece.
Such a great blend of melody and thrash
Amber's voice draws you in.
Then the thrash along with Edgar's pounding of the drums slaps you in the face.
I love Jucifer and can't wait to see them live again!


Formed: 1993 in Athens, GA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Rising out of a new wave of independent music from Athens, Georgia, sludge metal duo Jucifer produced a sound that resembled R.E.M. about as much as the New York Dolls resembled Barry Manilow. Alternating between atmospherics and frantic punk metal, the boyfriend-girlfriend team of Ed Livengood and Amber Valentine began impressing locals with their performing skills in 1993. Their first album, Calling All Cars on the Vegas Strip, began getting airplay at the end of 1998 and was released that same...
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