Judgement Day has toured supporting Mates of State, Dredg, Torche, The Black Kids, Margot and the Nuclear So and So’s and more.
Judgement Day has been featured on the records of Taking Back Sunday (Warner), Dredg (ILG), Pete Yorn (Columbia), The Matches (Epitaph), The Color Fred (Equal Vision), and The Botticellis (Antennae Farm) and the upcoming Slash record.
Judgement Day’s violinist Anton Patzner has toured extensively, recorded and performed in music videos with Bright Eyes (Saddle Creek). He has also toured with The Faint (Saddle Creek), Audrye Sessions (RCA) and Street to Nowhere (Capital) and recorded with All American Rejects (Interscope/Doghouse), Two Gallants (Saddle Creek), Flipsyde (Interscope), Audrye Sessions and Street to Nowhere. Anton Patzner has been scoring independent films, commercials and web media professionally since 2003. His credits include the ninja movie Undercut, which was nominated for a 2006 MTV Movie Award as well as the short film Rose, which among its numerous festival wins was an official selection at the Rome and Boston Film Festivals in 2007.
Judgement Day’s cellist Lewis Patzner graduated from the Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore with a BM in cello performance. He has performed with the Baltimore Philharmonia, Berkeley Symphony, Berkeley Opera, Santa Rosa Symphony, Napa Valley Symphony and numerous other classical, jazz, and avant garde ensembles on both coasts.