Fans Of Stone Temple Pilots & Audioslave Should Check Out CALL OF ALL


Written by Doug McCausland

Fronted by Hunter Watson, best known as one of Negan’s Saviors on the seventh season of AMC’s The Walking Dead, Call of All delivers hard rock music in the vein of Audioslave and Stone Temple Pilots. Call of All hail from the legendary Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Read on for an introduction to the rock outfit straight from Hunter himself, and check out Alternative Nation’s exclusive premiere for their new single, “War & Illusion”, below.

Can you tell us a bit about your new single?

The video being premiered is the title track and debut single on the forthcoming album “War & Illusion”. The song “War & Illusion” is about the Media/Global “powers that be” and their War against the people/general populous through the Illusions they have created that they force upon us to make us believe their narrative. 

Who are your primary musical influences?

Our influences are everything from Audioslave, Stone Temple Pilots, Breaking Benjamin, Shinedown, 30 Seconds To Mars, and many more rock artists from the 90’s and early 2000’s.

Any shout outs to artists you’ve performed with in the past?

Cody Webb’s most recently toured with Hinder in his other group Ages Apart and Hunter Watson cowrote and recorded a track with former Saliva guitarist in 2012 on his second album with former group Day’s Distance.

American Alt. Rock band Call of All, reminiscent of iconic appeal and the nostalgia that the Rock arena and world once knew, is on the scene loud and clear with their Debut Album “War & Illusion” set to be released August 25th, 2017.

From soul churning, cloud 9 anthems to captivating world stopping ballads that hold your head in sway, and keeping you there long after the day is done, Call of All, have a sound that reminds you of a familiar, yet fresh and reinvented blend of many big name artists such as 30 Seconds to Mars, Daughtry, Young Guns, Breaking Benjamin, and Audioslave.

With the highly anticipated debut album “War & Illusion”, Call of All is preparing to shift into overdrive.