STUCK MOJO: Performance Footage From Current European Tour Available

Fan-filmed video footage of Atlanta rap/metal pioneers STUCK MOJO performing the song "Open Season" on March 10, 2008 in Dudley, UK can be viewed below (courtesy of "csabillog").

In other news, STUCK MOJO's March 14 show in Shrewsbury, UK at the Buttermarket has been cancelled. No reason was given for the cancellation.

The band is currently on tour in Europe with EKTOMORF.

STUCK MOJO recently inked a deal with Napalm Records. The label re-released the group's latest album, "Southern Born Killers", with three bonus tracks on February 29 in Europe and March 4 in North America.

"We feel good about Napalm; they understand that their groups need to take their music to their fans by touring and they have given us the support we need to make records and tour — without taking a piece of everything, which seems to be a common practice with most labels these days," STUCK MOJO guitarist Rich Ward previously stated.

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