Exclusive: JJ SAVAGE Featuring Former DEATH ANGEL And EXODUS Members Premier "Close The Curtain" Video

May 26, 2022, 2 years ago

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Exclusive: JJ SAVAGE Featuring Former DEATH ANGEL And EXODUS Members Premier "Close The Curtain" Video

BraveWords is exclusively premiering the video for "Close The Curtain", the new single from guitarist extraordinaire, JJ Savage. The clip, created by Jody Banks, can be found below.

Formed and fronted by 21 year old guitarist / vocalist JJ Savage, JJ is joined by metal legends Michael Butler (Exodus) and Andy Galeon (Death Angel). The band recently recorded a collection of hard rock tunes exemplifying the power of this three-piece unit and featuring the single "Close The Curtain". Blending modern pop sensibility with blazing old school metal, the band enjoys a unique sound and hyper intense live performance.

Says the band: "We gave our all to deliver the fans this debut shot of JJ's music. We hope the people have as much fun listening and we did creating it . We look forward to seeing the fans up close and personal in the very near future. Love to all."

JJ Savage has shows scheduled for summer 2022 and is hopeful to hit the festival circuit.

Diagnosed with extreme Tourette's Syndrome and other challenges at age 5, JJ soon realized he could use his gift for music to express himself completely. After leaving school and home at age 13, JJ began playing music venues consisting of "juke joints" and road house bars. Originally signed to his first recording contract at age 16, JJ eventually left New York and ended up in California to begin the band JJ Savage. After being recognized with the Ronnie Montrose New Guitarist Award at NAMM, JJ released his first single "Junkyard Dogs" with Universal Music Group.

Currently JJ Savage is with SONY/Orchard/The Studio for the release of his first full length effort, coming summer 2022.


Vocals/guitar - JJ Savage
Bass - Michael Butler
Drums - Andy Galeon

(Photo - Pat Johnson)

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