Six years after their top-rated last album "Lvcifer es", the Thuringian avant-garde metalers return to the 20th anniversary of the band with their sixth studio album "Judasmesse" under the new old label Trollzorn and they show themselves matured but by no means tired. Thematically, the new album is dedicated to betrayal and pays homage to its most famous protagonists. Critical, cynical and more topical than ever before, FJOERGYN ignite a firework of musical rejection and also reinvent themselves on "Judasmesse". Dominated on all previous albums just the orchestral component (the action), the Thuringians present themselves more open to experimentation and sounds, which gives the album an authoritative retro touch, which is rarely found in this genre. Fjoergyn are expanding their musical niche and the development suits them well. 9 opulent songs and a total playing time of almost an hour also make Fjoergyn's 6th album a masterpiece that their fans had to wait a long time for. No comparisons, no compromises - Fjoergyn put their finger in the wound and offer a musical cosmos beyond the mainstream! An ode to art, freedom and contempt! Long live the betrayal!