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 Lynch Mob sort son nouvel album studio :  Smoke And Mirrors le 18 septembre 2009.

Au menu :

21st Century Man, Smoke and Mirrors, Lucky Man, My Kind Of Healer, Time Keepers, Revolution Hero, Let The Music Be Your Master, The Fascist, Where Do You Sleep at Night?, Madly Backwards, We Will Remain, Before I Close My Eyes, Mansions In The Sky (Bonus Track).

Les extraits :

 21st Century Man, Smoke and Mirrors, We Will Remain,

Lynch Mob envisage une tournée mondiale à l'automne 2009 à l'mage de ce qu'ils ont montré  au ROCKLAHOMA 2008 pour  promouvoir "Smoke and Mirrors". "On va faire coïncider cette tournée avec la sortie de" Smoke and Mirrors " cette fin d'année, et on veut également tourner en Europe. Cela fait beaucoup trop de temps que je n'ai pas joué en Europe, la dernière fois remonte à la tournée avec  Queensryche ... et je pense que c'était 1991! ", conclut George Lynch.

Les liens :  www.frontiers.it / www.myspace.com/frontiersrecords / www.georgelynch.com / www.myspace.com/lynchmobrocks.

Frontiers Records is excited to announce the worldwide release of the LYNCH MOB come back studio album entitled “Smoke And Mirrors” to be released on September 18th in Europe and October 13th in the USA.

After seventeen long years singer Oni Logan and guitar wizard George Lynch found their way back together and again show their amazing abilities in some killer new Hard Rock songs. "I would say this new record "Smoke and Mirrors", is the record we should have put out as a follow up to "Wicked Sensation"...better late then never I guess...”, says Lynch presenting the new record.

Lynch Mob were formed by George Lynch, one of the few genuine guitar heroes of substance to emerge from the Los Angeles scene, after DOKKEN split up in 1989. The band’s first album” Wicked Sensation” went on to sell over 500,000 units in the US and featured the talents of singer Oni Logan, Anthony Esposito on bass and another former DOKKEN member Mick Brown on drums. After a tour in support of Queensryche, Logan opted out, with Robert Mason taking his place on the follow up self titled release. However Lynch and Brown eventually returned to Dokken releasing 2 studio albums until he left again in late 1997 putting together a several new incarnations of Lynch Mob and exploring new sounds with different projects.

However Oni Logan and George Lynch would found themselves again in a studio in the summer of 07. “We weren’t sure what was going to happen” recalls George, “but as soon as I heard what Oni was coming up with just off the top of his head, I knew the old chemistry was still there. So we spent many months writing. The first batch of songs had almost a Southern Rock feel to them and there was quite a bit of acoustic and slide work on those. They also had a genuine 70's vibe. These first songs had elements reminiscent of Fleetwood Mac, Zeppelin, Black Crowes, Stones and it was all very bluesy. We lived with those songs for a while then went in and did a second round of collaboration. We had tightened up as a band after touring over the summer and we consciously wrote the newer material with the "Wicked Sensation" record in mind. So we updated the earlier songs a little and wrote a few more "adventurous" track and went in to start recording”.

Joining the new line-up are bassist Marco Mendoza (Whitesnake, Thin Lizzy) and drummer Scott Coogan (Brides of Destruction, Ace Frehley). More than a band, this team is guaranteed to create one of the most explosive shows you can ever experience and shines big time on the brand new recording which is set to bring back Lynch Mob on the map of the most exciting Hard Rock bands around! “Marco Mendoza is literally a gift from Heaven” continues Lynch, “How they figured out how to stuff all that talent and goodness into one person I'll never know. they must have made a mistake at the factory! lol... then there’s Scott Coogan on drums.... baby of the band... he’s very solid, very "Bonhamesque"... not sure if that’s a real word!”