KXM RELEASE VIDEO FOR NEW SONG, “WAR OF WORDS,” SEE IT HERE
War Of Words, is the new video from KXM, the band featuring bassist/vocalist Doug “dUg” Pinnick (King’s X), guitarist George Lynch (Lynch Mob, Dokken) and drummer Ray Luzier (Korn), can be seen below.
War Of Words is taken from KXM’s upcoming third album, Circle Of Dolls, which will be released on September 13th through Rat Pak Records in the U.S. and Frontiers Music Srl in Europe.
Circle Of Dolls is currently available for pre-order via the Rat Pak web site in various bundle configurations, including turquoise-and-black splatter vinyl, cassette and hand-autographed CD packages.
To read more about this release, and to view the track listing, please click here.
Sounds ok, not surprisingly it reminds me alot of
a Kings X song.
I had seen Kings X live a few years ago around about election time and I remember towards the end of the show while they were just noodling around, Dug Pinnick starts talking about how every few years the political rights and lefts are screaming out their views and then he stopped and said “Just don’t let anybody fuck you over.”
I think that music and any art can be entertainment, an escape and express social and political themes. I agree with other views I have read here that I hate the lecturing, virtue signaling and one sided pandering that many times accompanies it.
That comment was fine, because he wasn’t taking a specific side, nor pushing an agenda, good on dUg.