Video footage of guitarist Roman Glick of Kennesaw, Georgia-based rockers JACKYL laying down the theramin on the band’s new track entitled “Screwdriver”can be seen below.
JACKYL ended 2010 with a bang by collaborating with Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame legend Darryl “DMC” Matthews McDaniels from RUN DMC on the single “Just Like A Negro”.
The single is available for purchase at Jackyl.com and comes with a limited-edition “JACKYL featuring DMC” poster. It can also be downloaded from iTunes.
Formed in 1990, JACKYL has enjoyed a career stretching two decades, bringing a hybrid of Southern metal to millions. From the band’s debut in 1992 via Geffen Records, through today, they are notorious as one of the hardest-working bands in rock. JACKYL holds two Guiness world records, one for staging 100 shows in 50 days, and another for performing 21 concerts in a 24-hour period. Jesse James Dupree and partner Michael Ballard also brew Jessie James Dupree’s America’s Outlaw Beer.