The Fragile Path is an international industrial music project/group founded and run by Rochester native J. Nevadomski, better known as Juda.
Their first album, Bloodcells, was released in 2003, and followed in 2004 with a remix single Mainline Remixes but they were not widely received.
En Esch of KMFDM, Pigface and Slick Idiot appeared on and published their second album in 2005, The Fragile Path: Worlds End. This resulted in significantly more press coverage (see below).
The group is currently working on its third album, False Reality, due out sometime in 2008. Its rumored to have appearances by En Esch, Ka'ryn (Pigface performer and model), the French duo Life's Decay and Japanese author/spoken word artist Kenji Siratori... as well as other yet un-named co-conspirators.
The Fragile Path and Juda have been featured in Rochester Insider, the Democrat and Chronicle, Regen Magazine, Revenant Media, Sideline Magazine, on WBER (Rochester) and WLVL (Buffalo).