Stuck Mojo (1989-2001, 2005-present): a Nu-Metal band from Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
Stuck Mojo started in 1989 with Rich Ward (guitar), Dwayne Fowler (bass/backing vocals), Bud Fontsere (drums) and Bonz (pronounced "Bones"; vocals), all were characters with interesting pasts. Bonz was a black Irishman who was born in Japan to a stationed US air force serviceman, who took up the same career at age 17 and left after four years, while Bud and Rich had previously been Major League US football players, and Corey came from the Tuscadora native Indian tribe. The band made a promo video with WWF (now WWE) wrestling star Diamond Dallas Page displaying their Clawfinger and Rage Against The Machine styling to release Snappin' Necks (1995), Pigwalk (1996; with Corey Lowery taking over from Fowler) and Rising (1998) on the 'Century Media'. Dan Dryden would take over from Lowery for the 1999 live HVY 1 set, Declaration Of A Headhunter (2000) and the demos and unreleased tracks compilation Violate This (2001).
Stuck Mojo shut down operations only to reform again in 2005 and release Southern Born Killers (2007) and The Great Revival (2008).
By the time Here Come the Infidels (2016) arrived the band featured the line-up of Rich Ward (guitar/vocals), Frank Fontsere (drums), Len Sonnier (bass) and Robby J. (vocals).