"Devil's Paradise", the new video from reunited hard rockers UGLY KID JOE, can be seen below. The clip was filmed in early April in Lake Tahoe, Nevada with Mike and Dave Hatchett of Standard Films.
"Devil's Paradise" comes off UGLY KID JOE's new six-song EP, "Stairway To Hell", which will be released digitally on June 5 and physically on July 9.
"Stairway To Hell" heralds UGLY KID JOE's return, containing songs spanning the full repertoire of influences which made UGLY KID JOE one of the prime soundtracks for young snowboarders, surfers, keggers and characters worldwide. Whether it's "Devil’s Paradise", with it's hypnotic riffery and hook line, grooving and grinding its hips seductively, the melodic power-fueled darkness of "No One Survives" or the irrepressibly memorable chug-and-chorus of "I'm Alright" it's clear that UGLY KID JOE have everything they started with plus fatter chops and a (frankly) superior curve on songwriting.
UGLY KID JOE released three full-length albums and toured extensively throughout the 1990s before disbanding in 1997.
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UGLY KID JOE 2012 is:
Whitfield Crane - vocals
Klaus Eichstadt - guitar
Dave Fortman - guitar
Cordell Crockett - bass
Shannon Larkin - drums
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