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ROB DUKES – Streaming New Song

Rob Dukes, formerly of EXODUS, released his first solo EP in October, featuring Scott Reeder (Kyuss, Fireball Ministry) and special appearances from members of Run-DMC and Snot.

Check out “My Whole Life” HERE.

The EP is available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, and other streaming services.

Rob Dukes Band Lineup:

Vocals – Rob Dukes (Exodus, Generation Kill)

Guitars – Jon “Jonny Rod” Ciorciari (JRod Productions)

Bass – Scott Reeder (Kyuss, Fireball Ministry)

Drums – Craig Cefola (Wheelhouse Junction)

Dukes has stated in interviews that punk rock was his gateway into music: “I liked punk and hardcore, I really could identify with their angst and attitude and it wasn’t complicated music like metal was, three chords and scream…I can do that”. He also plays guitar, claiming that he was “mediocre” but “having fun” at first, with Randy Rhoads as a huge influence, although it took him a month to learn Rhoads’ acoustic piece “Dee” from Ozzy’s Blizzard of Ozz album. On his beginnings as a singer, Dukes says: “I found out I could sing sitting in my room with an acoustic. I liked Maiden and Priest but could never sing that well, then I found Metallica, Megadeth, Exodus, S.O.D., Anthrax, Misfits and thought, “I can sing like that.”

Source: BW&BK