Call Of All Debuts ‘War & Illusion’ Lyric Video

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Rock outfit Call of All unveiled this week, the lyric video for the title track from its upcoming album War & Illusion.

The video debuted Tuesday online via AlternativeNation.net.  Musically, the song’s 90s alt-rock sound will appeal to fans of Stone Temple Pilots, Our Lady Peace, and other similar acts in that vein.  Lyrically, the song is familiar territory.

Front man Hunter Watson, who has spent some time on the small screen as one of “Negan’s Saviors” on AMC’s The Walking Dead and as Big Johnny on Tyler Perry’s Too Close To Home (BET) said in a recent interview with Alternative Nation that the song’s lyrical theme addresses what has happened to the world due to “the powers that be.”  Audiences can read the entire interview here.

Watson’s band mate Cody Webb has his own claims to fame. He is the front man for the band Ages Apart and is a successful producer at Belmont Lane Productions, and has also toured with Hinder. He also has earned through his work, a sponsorship deal with EMG pickups, production and other touring work throughout 2016.

War & Illusion is currently scheduled to be released Aug. 25.   More information on War & Illusions is available online now along with Call of All’s latest news and more at:

 

 

 

Website: http://callofall.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/callofall

Twitter: http://twitter.com/callofall

 

 

 

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