New Song from Mojo’s Army & Replicant Theory!

I’m loving the way this turned out, a surprise collaboration between myself and Replicant Theory, whose own brand of progressive alt-metal can be found on his Bandcamp page! 

It’s a heavy, industrial metal remix of my single Shadow Me and I think it sounds even better than the original! Check it out!

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Mojo’s Pick of the Week – Judas Priest: Firepower

A revitalized Judas Priest rises from the flames with their latest effort, the 18th studio album in their remarkably long career. Firepower is honestly Priest’s best album since 1990’s “Painkiller”, sounding like they never missed a step in between. Producer Tom Allom is back for the first time since “Ram it Down”, along with co-producer Andy Sneap (Slayer, Accept).

Younger gun Richie Faulkner has taken over former founding member K.K. Downing’s spot at lead guitar, yet the riffs are classic Priest and the tones never better. Sadly, Glenn Tipton has bowed out of the album tour except for special appearances due to Parkinson’s Disease, but Metal God Rob Halford continues to carry the torch with his always-distinctive and surprisingly agile vocals. Andy Sneap will be taking Glenn’s place on the tour.

As far as subject matter, Priest haven’t strayed from their formula of dystopic, post-apocalyptic anthems and scenes of godlike, archetypal warriors, but if it’s been working this long, why mess with that? It’s what they do best! Top songs: “Firepower”, “Never the Heroes”, “Rising from Ruins”, and “Necromancer”.

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Mojo’s Pick of the Week – Witchcryer “Cry Witch”

WitchcryerWitchcryer’s debut release “Cry Witch” is a hypnotic, riff-heavy throwback to the dawn of doom and heavy metal. Fresh off their first US tour in support of “Cry Witch” (previously only available on CD), they have just signed with Ripple Music and re-released their debut on all platforms and vinyl.

Austin, Texas’ old school doomers Witchcryer cites Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Uriah Heep, Blue Oyster Cult and St. Vitus as influences, and you can hear all of them in the title track “Cry Witch”. Frontwoman Suzy Bravo has some serious attitude in her powerful, gritty vocals. Founding member Jason Muxlow (ex- Earthen Grave) provides the heavy guitar riffs, while drummer Javi Moctezuma and bassist Marilyn provide the doomy battery. Love the bass tone on this album. Pick this up, you won’t be sorry!

Check out the title track’s trippy official video below. 

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