"They've toured with the likes of Melvins and High On Fire, REM's Micheal Stipe does their photography, they gave up their home to rock the world and they make The White Stripes look like The Carpenters."
Given the nod by Rolling Stone as being a group on the rise, the band that has walked the edge for so long is now on the brink. Heavy and light - ominous without a sense of brooding - resonating in restrained power; Jucifer purrs while it growls. Hooking its music deep in a heavy groove, the duo lifts itself up above the muddy depths that would threaten to swallow any lesser band. Amber Valentine's sultry and hypnotically sweet vocals disarm the brutality of the music while forcing home its intensity. It's the discord on the edge of rock that makes Jucifer unique.