" Nadir is a raw recording, but it makes for a great snapshot of a band at their inception. Essential listening for all fans of the band and all people who like the slow, heavy, sludgy stuff...a good example of musical archaeology at its finest."
Jucifer - 'Nadir' "This disturbing masterpiece erupted from a crappy barely livable apartment in Athens Georgia. Its inhabitants lived the impoverished life of bohemians and channeled all of their energy into this five song album. Recorded pre-internet Jucifer’s two members had nothing to focus on but their art, and GODDAMN does it show. Nadir drips with a terrifying perfection honed by months of nightly practice. This kind of creativity only blossoms in isolation."
They were staking out unknown territory all the way back in 1994... There's still no-one quite like Jucifer. You can already hear the telepathic level of tightness. I've never seen a band so able to switch between droning guitar/drum atmospherics and shrieking blastbeat fury in time with each other without exchanging so much as a glance.
Jucifer - 'Nadir' "Raw distorted doom sounds with a hypnotic voice that do not sound outdated, but just really intense and highly addictive. Or, as JUCIFER describe their work on Twitter, "two person sonic destruction since 1993. 80 speakers + 6,500 watts can't be wrong." Hell yeah!"