I’m more of a “live-in-the-moment” type of guy, so I’m really not looking back as I’m much as looking forward. I’m not a guitar player who can play the same thing twice the same way. That could be a good thing or a bad thing.
There’s a certain mystique about Circle of Dolls that I really dig. There was a darker edge to it from the beginning.
Released by: Rat Pak Records Release Date: Out now! Genre: Album Oriented Rock Links: https://ratpakrecordsamerica.com/roxanne Line Up: Jamie Brown: vocals, guitar, piano Joe Infante: bass, vocals John Butler: guitar, vocals David Landry: drums George Lynch: guitars on “Super Bad” & “Go Fuck Yourself” Dug Pinnick: vocals on “Go Fuck Yourself”, bass on “Man in the Moon” Ray […]
The traditional noggin nodding familiar beat and riffs of the 80’s on songs like Make Your Mark, Heart of Fire are timeless.
Lynch Mob are happy to continue grasping the mantle of traditional feel-good rock, whilst moving with the times
I will say this, after disliking them from the jump and going back and giving them another chance, this album is a vast improvement with better songs, a little more accessible and personally, Pinnick could sing the phone book and I’d give it a chance
Sonically Scatterbrain was step up from the last one.
Jeff Pilson – Dokken Ended on a Horrible Note, Now is the Time to Make it Right!
Ending on a pulsating note with title track Only to Rise, this song bears all the hallmarks of a relentless jam. Lynchs’ no frills riff work and Tichys’ animalistic skin battering are monstrous. It would be a crying shame if this project was a one off. Sweet and Lynch clearly have a smokin’ hot compatibility. Their energy and enthusiasm are all over this wonderful album.