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New from Bad Mojos

Posted Dec. 15, 2018, 5:41 p.m. in Records by Loren
New from Bad Mojos

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Switzerland's Bad Mojos have set a Dec. 21 release date for the upcoming I Hope You OD, on Voodoo Rhythm Records.

The band formed in 2015 and previously released records on No Front Teeth Records and Kink Records. They'll be playing dates Switzerland and Denmark soon. Check out the song/video "Commit a Crime" at PureGrainAudio.

Tour Dates
12/21 Fribourg, CH (Fri Son)* Album Release Party
1/17/2019 Bern, CH (Rossli)* Album Release Party 2.0
2/7/2019 Stuggart, DE (Revier 5)
2/8/2019 Munster, DE (Gleis 22)
2/13/2019 Ghent (Kinky Star)
2/14/2019 Bochum, DE (Wageni)
2/15/2019 Manheim, DE (Blau)

I Hope You OD track listing:

1. "Diggin My Own Grave"
2. "Baby, I'm Doomed"
3. "I Wanna Be Dead"
4. "I Hate"
5. "Commit a Crime"
6. "Police Car"
7. "I Hope You OD"
8. "Too Drunk"
9. "Out of Control"
10." Everybody Hates Me"

Bad Mojos are:
Jean of Death - backing vocals/bass
Julio Blanco - lead vocals/drums
Saint Martin - backing vocals/guitars

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