Reunited rap-metal pioneers STUCK MOJO are set to embark on a short tour of Europe in February. "It looks like the first show will be the 14th of February ([frontman] Bonz' birthday)!" guitarist Rich Ward writes in an online posting. "Remember, none of this is confirmed, but it looks like we will kick the tour off with three FOZZY [Ward's other band, featuring WWE wrestler Chris Jericho] shows in England starting on the 10th (London, Leeds, Birmingham). Then MOJO will go to Holland, Germany, France, Italy, Czech Republic, Austria and then back to England and Scotland to finish the tour. Some other countries may be added, so don't feel left out yet. The FOZZY shows will be album release shows and will feature an almost all original music set, including several songs off the new record 'All That Remains'. The MOJO tour will be a promo tour to remind everyone that hell has frozen over and to announce that we will be releasing a new album in the summer that will no doubt reset the bar in our genre. This MOJO tour will be around three weeks long, 21 shows in 21 days."
STUCK MOJO confirmed European dates so far:
Feb. 14 – Tilburg, NETH @ 013
Feb. 15 - Köln, GER @ Live Music Hall
Feb. 16 - Hamburg, GER @ Logo
Feb. 17 – Copenhagen, DEN @ The Rock
Feb. 18 - Berlin, GER @ K 17
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