Today, Ugly Kid Joe release the official video for “Failure,” the fourth track taken from the band’s upcoming album Rad Wings of Destiny, which will be released on October 21st via Metalville Records. See & hear Ugly Kid Joe‘s video for “Failure” HERE at the band’s official YouTube channel.

“Failure” is the fourth single after “Long Road”,  “That Ain’t Livin'”, and “Kill The Pain” to be taken from the band’s forthcoming new album, Rad Wings of Destiny, which is due for release on October 21st.

Ugly Kid Joe are an American rock band formed in Isla Vista, California in 1989. They rose to prominence with their debut EP As Ugly As They Wanna Be in 1991, which became the first EP to ever go platinum. Their multi-platinum debut album America’s Least Wanted followed in 1992, which featured hits including “Cats In The Cradle” and “Everything About You.”

After splitting up in 1997, the band re-formed in 2010, releasing the Stairway To Hell EP in 2012 and the album Uglier Than They Used Ta Be in 2015.

October 21st, 2022 marks the release of the band’s first new album in seven years. Rad Wings of Destiny will see the band once again teaming up with producer Mark Dodson, who was behind the desk for Ugly Kid Joe‘s multiplatinum debut album America’s Least Wanted in 1992 – an album which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year.

The 10-track Rad Wings of Destiny includes the singles “That Ain’t Livin’,” “Kill The Pain,” and “Long Road.” It features Whitfield Crane on vocals, Klaus Eichstadt and Dave Fortman on guitar, Cordell Crockett on bass, and drumming duties shared between Zac Morris and Shannon Larkin. 

Tracklisting for Ugly Kid Joe’s Rad Wings of Destiny 
1. That Ain’t Livin’
2. Not Like The Other
3. Everything’s Changing
4. Kill The Pain
5. Lola
6. Dead Friends Play
7. Up in the City
8. Drinkin’ And Drivin’
9. Failur
10. Long Road

1991 – As Ugly As They Wanna Be (EP)
1992 – America’s Least Wanted 
1995 – Menace to Sobriety 
1996 – Motel California
2012 – Stairway To Hell(EP)
2015 – Uglier Than They Used Ta Be 


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