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What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. The Mentors tale of perseverance is just as inspiring as their music. The all-American anthemic porno rock band has persevered through the death of their singer "El Duce", emerging a stronger unit than ever before. Coming back with their first consecutive album with a singer, vocalist/Drummer Marc "Mad Dog" DeLeon, The Mentors continue to survive. After their biggest single ever, "Black Snatch" and nonstop touring, the California trio are set to take over the world. The album is a statement on various levels. It's a statement that The Mentors can write anything—from fist-pumping arena porn rock songs such as "Bombs Over Frisco" and "Black Snatch" to the introspective haze of "Be A Pervert" and the pensive pain of "Bring on the Sluts." It's a statement that this band is airtight musically, with the combination of Mad Dog 's roar with his propulsive percussive palette, Sickie Wifebeaters's fret fireworks, and Dr Heathen Scum's thundering bass lines. It's a statement that The Mentors won't stop, Their 4 decade-long career after withstanding the tragic death of original vocalist Eldon "El Duce" Hoke" . Most importantly, it's a statement that The Mentors music will be here forever.