Seamlessly blending melody with adrenaline fueled, heavy rock and roll, Blacktop Mojo draws in everyone from old metal heads to people who’s radio dials have never left top 40 stations. With soaring, gritty vocals and impeccably blended heavy guitar riffs over top of a rhythm section that won’t falter, Blacktop Mojo’s live shows are sure to leave fans’ screaming at the top of their lungs with metal horns in the air.
Blacktop Mojo have shared the stage with a Variety of both Rock and Country acts including Candlebox, Drowning Pool, Aaron Lewis, Saving Abel, Whiskey Myers, Jason Cassidy, and Puddle of Mudd. The band has also been featured and reviewed in multiple international publications, both in print and online, including Classic Rock Magazine, Metal Hammer Magazine, La Heavy Magazine, and RockFreaks.net, among others. Links to some reviews can be found below:
HARD ROCK DADDY
"Where The Wind Blows" (Official Music Video)
"Dream On" by Aerosmith (COVER) - Blacktop Mojo
"8000 Lines" LIVE - Blacktop Mojo
"As far as debuts go, it's damn strong" - Hannah May Kilroy, Team Rock in regards to "I Am"
When people you work with come up to your desk and ask you what the name of that band is because they think they’re (and I quote) “REALLY GOOD” then you know they must be doing something right. - Billy Withers, RockFreaks.net
These riveting mighty rockers bring fantastic hard rock exhibitions to their sensational music definition!
-Tim Forker, Forkster
If Soundgarden and Black Stone Cherry got together to write a song, the end result would likely be something very similar to “I Am.”
-Adam Waldman, Hard Rock Daddy
Blacktop Mojo is an example of an old school hard rock band, one that is determined to take their music out there to throw down, have a party, and kick some ass with, just because they know they can. If it were 20 years ago, Blacktop Mojo would have videos playing on MTV, and singles on rock radio stations, but due to the times of consolidated corporate labels and radio stations in pop music, and their demand for non-threatening cookie-cutter bands, Blacktop Mojo is too outside that frame, which the readers should not forget is a very good thing.
-Alex Johnson, WordKrapht