On their debut album 'Soul Science' (Wayward Records, 2008) Juldeh Camara and Justin Adams still appeared under their own names, but for 'In Trance' they abbreviated them to the tasty JuJu, a term referring to the witchcraft inspired religion which originated in West-Africa and made its way to America. The new band name fits in nicely with the title of this new album: 'In Trance'. The album was recorded completely live and the interplay of Justin's guitar and Juldeh's ritti sounds even rougher than on its predecessors, almost sounding like a new form of West-African metal at times. 'In Trance' counts just seven songs, of which none last less than five minutes and some even go on for almost 15 minutes; trance indeed!