Tribe of Judah (band)

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Tribe of Judah
Origin Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
Genres Hard rock, industrial rock
Years active 2001–2003
Labels Spitfire
Associated acts Extreme
Van Halen
Past members Gary Cherone
Steve Ferlazzo
Mike Mangini
Pat Badger
Leo Mellace

Tribe of Judah is Gary Cherone's post-Van Halen band featuring a couple of former members of Extreme (bassist Pat Badger and drummer Mike Mangini). An eponymous EP was released in 2001 and a full-length album was released in late 2002. Tribe of Judah is different from Cherone's other work as it features a more industrial/electronic sound. At least one song, "Left for Dead", was (supposedly) slated to be a track on a follow-up Van Halen album which would have featured Cherone.[1]


  • East of Paradise (EP) (2001)
  • Exit Elvis the CD has the subtitle, "(the flaws of non contradiction)" (2002)



  1. ^ "Van Halen News Desk: Michael Anthony/VH Radio/Gary Cherone Update (May 4, 2001)". Archived from the original on July 17, 2012. Retrieved 2011-07-01. 

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