Warrior Soul Singer Releases Videos To Celebrate Marijuana Awareness

Warrior Soul Singer Releases Videos To Celebrate Marijuana Awareness

April 19, 2010

Legendary frontman Kory Clarke of WarriorSoul is releasing two music videos and three webisodes with hisside-project, The Stoned to celebrate marijuana awareness on 4/20. Kory says”There’s no better way to honor marijuana than to smoke it while watchingThe Stoned!”

The music video songs “Nobody Rides For Free” and “Vegas Honeymoon” involveperformance and The Stoned trademark brand of tongue-in-cheek comedy. Theclips were directed by veteran music video director and The Stoned guitarist,Adam Dubin who directed Metallica’s music video “Nothing ElseMatters.” Adam recently directed comedian Lewis Black’s concert film “StarkRaving Black.” Adam stated, “Performing and directing is hard, so I broughtin my old friend and co-director Ric Menello, to be in the clips and help meout.” Ric Menello, co-directed the classic music video by theBeastie Boys “Fight For Your Right To Party” with Dubin.

Kory also is releasing three webisodes of The Stoned. These five minuteclips are best described as “the Monkees on acid.” The original episode “TheDeported” posted online last year, featured Metallica’s Lars Ulrich andcomedians Lewis Black and John Oliver and recounted The Stoned gettinguncerimoniously thrown out of the UK. These previously unreleased episodes with the titles”Weed-A-Pet”, “Scotty’s Hottie” and “Some Kind Of Morons” reveal TheStoned’s influences from The Ramones to the Stooges… The Three Stooges. Theepisode “Scotty’s Hottie” has appeared in numerous international film festivals.

The Stoned have released a self-titled four song EP and headlined the TorontoFreedom Festival in 2009.

See all of The Stoned videos at http://www.youtube.com/user/thestonedrock

About The Stoned:
In 2006 The Stoned exploded straight out of 1972 and into 1973. The band wasmelded together by Kory Clarke of Warrior Soul who serves as drummer andproducer. Scotty T. Dimebagger is the lead singer extraordinaire and chieftroublemaker. On guitar is Adam Dubin, director and editor of some of the mostmassive music videos of all time including Beastie Boys “Fight For Your Right ToParty” and Metallica’s “Nothing Else Matters” and “Wherever I may Roam”.And holding down the basic bass, the lowest lows is the Latin lover Sebastian Correa.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/thestonedrock

Courtesy of www.sleazeroxx.com and www.myspace.com/warriorsoulinfo