STUCK MOJO: U.K. Tour Dates Announced

Reunited Atlanta-based rap-metal pioneers STUCK MOJO have lined up the following U.K. dates in October/November:

Oct. 28 - Margate, UK @ Lido
Oct. 29 - Birmingham, UK @ Barfly
Oct. 30 - London, UK @ Highbury Garage
Oct. 31 - Leeds, UK @ Josephs Well
Nov. 01 - Liverpool, UK @ Barfly
Nov. 02 - Cardiff, UK @ Barfly
Nov. 03 - Swindon, UK @ Furnace
Nov. 04 - Camberley, UK @ Agincourt

Support on all dates will come from FOURWAYKILL, FOREVER NEVER, PANIC CELL (Oct. 28, 29, 30, and Nov. 4 only), DIED SMILING (Oct. 31, Nov. 1, 2, 3 only) and tickets are available through and

In a recent interview with, STUCK MOJO guitarist Rich Ward spoke about the band's legacy and plans for a new studio album.

"I was a little nervous about whether people had moved on after supporting us for years and that's why I thought it was a good idea to do some touring and see what the reaction is," Ward said. "Don't write any new material, just play all the old tracks. And we went out there and played 14 songs, played a two-hour set. And people loved it! The tour sold really well. There was a few sell-outs in London and Hamburg and there was some others that were packed, and it gave us a good indication that there's still a market for us, and there's still love for STUCK MOJO. Now that Bonz and I know that we can work together as a writing force together, I really see no reason why we can't go out there and pick up the pieces where we left off and push STUCK MOJO into the new school rock stuff that's going on."

Read the entire interview at


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