STUCK MOJO To Tour Europe In The Fall

Atlanta rap/metal pioneers STUCK MOJO will embark on the "Here Comes The Monster" European headlining tour in October/November. So far the following dates have been announced:

Oct. 29 - Schuur - Luzern, Switzerland
Oct. 30 - Rockstüble - Pforzheim, Germany
Oct. 31 - Viper Room - Vienna, Austria
Nov. 01 - Posthof - Linz, Austria
Nov. 02 - Duerer Kert - Budapest, Hungary
Nov. 03 - Marty's Club - Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic
Nov. 04 - L.A. - Cham, Germany
Nov. 05 - Alte Zuckerfabrik - Rostock, Germany
Nov. 07 - K17 - Berlin, Germany
Nov. 08 - Logo - Hamburg, Germany
Nov. 09 - Bastard Club - Osnabrück, Germany

STUCK MOJO 2010 (pictured below) is:

Lord Nelson - Vocals
Rich Ward - Guitar
Sean Delson - Bass
Frank Fontsere - Drums

STUCK MOJO's latest album, "The Great Revival", was released in November 2008 via Napalm Records. The CD — which was mixed at producer Andy Sneap's (MEGADETH, MACHINE HEAD, NEVERMORE, ARCH ENEMY, EXODUS) Backstage studio — was previously described by guitarist Rich Ward as " very heavy in spots and very mellow in spots. When it's angry, it's angry. When it's not, it's not. No politics, just songs about life and how our experiences have molded us. A record about friends, family, love, loss, success and failure. Any fan that has followed us over the years will not be super surprised as we have left a bread crumb trail over the last few years."


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