The official music video for the STUCK MOJO song "Rape Whistle" can be seen below. The track is taken from the band's latest album, "Here Come The Infidels", which was released last June. The CD was once again produced by Andy Sneap, who has previously worked with MEGADETH, EXODUS, TESTAMENT, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE and ACCEPT, among others.
Comments STUCK MOJO guitarist and main songwriter Rich Ward: "As I have previously stated, I haven't been this excited about releasing a music video since STUCK MOJO's 'Open Season' in 2006. It perfectly captures our energy and joy for making music, while simultaneously ensuring that we receive a fatwa".
In addition to Ward and longtime drummer Frank Fontsere, "Here Come The Infidels" features STUCK MOJO's latest additions, vocalist Robby J and bassist Len Sonnier.
In a 2016 interview with Shut Up & Rock On, Ward stated about Robby J: "It's really cool to work with somebody who had a completely different experience in how they found music. And I think we've really become good partners at this, and I really love him. He's a brilliant guy… He has a really artist type of sense, and artist type of personality where's he's just quiet. He's not concerned about being the center of attention or dictating the conversation and what we should be talking about, but what he does say, he's just super insightful and super smart. And when we're performing and even in the studio, like when I'm recording guitar I sit down, in a chair, and I play. And it's really intense, but it's an internal intensity, right? I'm not like jumping up and down and creating physical energy. When Robby was performing in the studio, he's going crazy! I thought he was going to fight the microphone. He has this chaotic energy about him, and when we're done, he's this quiet, super respectful and super intelligent guy. I love that about him. I've said this before, and I've never met Kurt Cobain but he reminds me of what Kurt Cobain may have been like from all that I've read and seen in interviews with him. He's just wild man on stage and off stage he has this quiet artist personality about him and I really think that energy has brought a lot to the band."
Hailing from the Texas-Louisiana border, Len is a veteran bass player, best known for his time spent as the touring bassist in KING'S X frontman Doug Pinnick's POUNDHOUND project.
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