Their aggressive high energy live shows have earned them sponsorship from ESP Guitars, Bolt Streetwear and tours with such luminaries as Slayer, Funeral for A Friend, Minus, Orange Goblin, Raging Speedhorn, Murder One, Biohazard and a London support with US metalcore champions, Unearth.
After both the success of 2004’s ‘Blueprint for a Brighter Future’ and regular Scuzz TV airplay (for the promo video of ‘Reborn’), RSJ gained there first stateside release on a compilation titled ‘Raw Aggression’ through Rotting Corpse Records.
September 2005 saw the York four-piece release their first full length debut album titled ‘Reflections in B Minor’ through Copro Records. Produced by Dave Chang at Philia Studios the 12 track has already gained stunning reviews from both the mainstream and street-level media.
2006 saw RSJ embark on a storming full UK tour with Australian grind-masters ‘The Berzerker’ building the bands growing fanbase and once again gaining more flawless reviews from publications such as ‘Terrorizer’, ‘Powerplay’ and ‘Kerrang! Magazine’. With a feature in the ‘incoming’ section of ‘Metal Hammer’ and their album appearing in the ‘Kerrang! decks of doom’ writers playlist, RSJ embarked on a headlining UK MINI TOUR in August 06. Another live review in ‘Kerrang! Magazine’ followed, giving the band ‘4K’s’ for their incendiary live performance. The future’s brighter - the future is RSJ. You have been warned!!
Edited by BrokenLevee on 12 May 2013, 12:04
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