John 5 Covers Metallica’s “Enter Sandman”

John 5 has released a cover version of Metallica’s “Enter Sandman.” You can stream that on Spotify or find an unofficial stream below.


John 5 Reveals “Season Of The Witch” Track Listing

John 5 And The Creatures have revealed the track listing for “Season Of The Witch.” The effort will be released on March 3.


“Season Of The Witch” Track Listing:

01. “Book Of Spells”
02. “Black Grass Plague”
03. “Guitars, Tits And Monsters”
04. “Now Fear This”
05. “Behind The Nut Love”
06. “Making Monsters”
07. “Dr. Evil’s Spook Show”
08. “Here’s To The Crazy Ones”
09. “The Macabre ”
10. “Triple D”
11. “Hell Haw”
12. “Ode To Jasper”
13. “Season Of The Witch”

John 5 To Release New Album “Season Of The Witch” In March

John 5 And The Creatures will be releasing a new album titled “Season Of The Witch” on March 3. More details are expected to be revealed soon, but in the meantime you can find a trailer, along with the cover art, and some U.S. tour dates below:


Tour Dates:

03/03 Seattle, WA – Louie G’s
03/04 Everett, WA – Tony V’s Garage
03/05 Portland, OR – Star Theater
03/10 San Jose, CA – The Ritz
03/11 Fresno, CA – Fulton 55
03/12 San Francisco, CA – DNA Lounge
03/16 Fullerton, CA – The Slidebar Rock-n-Roll Cafe
03/17 Hollywood, CA – Whisky A Go Go
03/18 Las Vegas, NV – Vamp’d Rock Bar & Grill
03/19 San Diego, CA – Brick By Brick
03/23 San Antonio, TX – Fitzgerald’s Bar & Live Music
03/24 Tyler, TX – Clicks Live
03/25 Houston, TX – Scout’s Bar
03/26 Dallas, TX – Trees
04/13 Newport, KY – Southgate House
04/14 Indianapolis, IN – Vogue
04/15 Westland, MI – The Token Lounge
04/16 Chicago, IL – Reggies

John 5 Premieres “Making Monsters” Music Video

John 5 has premiered a video for his new track “Making Monsters,“ via Guitar World. This song is from his new album, “Guitars, T!ts, and Monsters” which will be released later this year.

John 5 said the following about the clip:

“This video took six months or more to make, because there’s so much going on in it. In fact, there was so much to do, it required two directors. Matt Zane directed all the live-action stuff, and [Coffin Cases founder] Johnny Coffin directed the stop-motion sequences, in which models of monsters—as well as a model of me playing guitar—come to life.”