STUCK MOJO: 'Open Season' Video Posted Online
The video for "Open Season" from the new STUCK MOJO album "Southern Born Killers" is No. 29 on the "Most Viewed Music Videos" (English) list on YouTube and No. 38 on the list of ALL music videos. It is also the 74th top-rated music video. Watch it at this location.
As previously reported, STUCK MOJO has made its entire new album, "Southern Born Killers", available for free download at www.StuckMojoMedia.com.
STUCK MOJO recently announced the addition of vocalist Lord Nelson to the group's ranks.
Most of the initial "Southern Born Killers" tracks were recorded at Backstage Studios in Derbyshire, U.K. with producer Andy Sneap (NEVERMORE, ARCH ENEMY, MACHINE HEAD, EXODUS).
Joining Lord Nelson and guitarist Rich Ward in STUCK MOJO's current recording lineup are FOZZY/DUKE bassist Sean Delson and drummer Eric Sanders.
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