KXM-FEATURING GEORGE LYNCH, DUG PINNICK, RAY LUZIER- TO RELEASE SELF-TITLED DEBUT ON MARCH 11TH

georgewlynch.dougpinnik640 A new musical force to be reckoned with is about to turn the rock world upside down with the release of their self-titled debut, KXM. KXM is comprised of dUg Pinnick of King’s X on vocals/bass, George Lynch of Lynch Mob/Dokken on guitars and Korn’s drum maestro, Ray Luzier, rounds out the powerhouse trio. The band takes its name from the combination of the member’s other projects: K from Korn, X from King’s X and M from Lynch Mob. The debut album is set for release on March 11th via Rat Pak Records. KXM is launching a pre-order today for the new release on their label’s website RatPakRecords.com/KXM. The album, in various bundles, includes signed CD’s, CDs and t-shirts and even a phone call from a band member is available with certain purchases. The album was produced by KXM and Chris Collier, who is known for his work with Lynch Mob, Lita Ford and Tommy Bolin to name a few.

The self-titled debut of KXM is something truly unique and special. The songs are powerful, precise, and transcend beyond the boundaries of the imagination. In today’s overpopulated music arena, true gems become harder and harder to find, but KXM’s unified vision rises above the normal and creates its own space. From the opening drum riff of Stars to final chord on Human Friction, KXM is an album that is sure to resonate with fans from the band’s original projects while garnering new ones as well. Songs like Gun Fight, Faith Is A Room and the first single Rescue Me are sure to be instant favorites among fans. The band shows their softer side on the ballad Never Stop along with their dark side on the tale of domestic violence, Sleep. A trailer for the album can be seen below.

The track listing for KXM is:
1. Stars
2. Rescue Me
3. Gun Fight
4. Never Stop
5. Faith Is A Room
6. I’ll Be Ok
7. Sleep
8. Love
9. Burn
10. Do It Now
11. Human Friction
12. Tranquilize (Bonus Track)
13. Rescue Me (Radio Edit) (Bonus Track)

KXM formed in early 2013 when dUg, George and Ray spoke about trying to jam together. At the time it wasn’t clear what would come from those jams. The only thing that was clear was that these 3 musicians, at the top of their game, wanted to play together. The self-titled debut, KXM, was born from those jam sessions and is now an important piece in each band member’s musical legacy. In a world that constantly searches for new and unique music, KXM delivers all the power and punch that one would expect from these high level players.

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Comments

  1. Supergroup of the week. I wish them well….

  2. can’t wait for this!

  3. Dam sounding f-ing great good to see dug kicking ass after his surgery. Did you notice that was not a cig Dug was smoking he he

  4. Someone should tell those guys that Don Dokken wants his car back.

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