LynchMob640 Rockers Lynch Mob are back this summer with their most-anticipated release to date. Rebel, the band’s 8th studio release, is slated for worldwide release on August 21st via Frontiers Music SRL. The first song released from Rebel is the scorching Automatic Fix. The song features an exciting opening riff and vocal melody and Lynch burns on one of his best guitar solos. A video for the song can be seen below. Fans who pre-order the album via iTunes will receive an instant download of Automatic Fix.

Talking about Automatic Fix, singer Oni Logan states, “This is an interesting song in that it was the last song that was recorded vocally. I initially thought that it might be best used as instrumental. I simply love this song because of its energy and attitude.”

From the blistering album opener Automatic Fix to the album closer War, it is clear Lynch Mob is back to show fans why they are one of rock’s most-loved bands. The Lynch Mob line-up on Rebel is comprised of namesake George Lynch on guitars, Oni Logan on vocals, Jeff Pilson on bass and Brian Tichy on drums. Songs like Testify, Sanctuary, and Dirty Money showcase Oni Logan’s trademark vocal ability while putting his diverse lyrical content on full display. The album was produced by George Lynch collaborator Chris “the Wizard” Collier. An EPK talking about the new album was recently released and can be seen below. Skip to 2:52 to watch Lynch and Logan discussing the record.

“With Rebel, we allowed ourselves to move outside our normally imposed self restraints and tread some forbidden sonic territories,” recalls George Lynch. “What surprises me is no matter how far we attempt to stray away from the classic ‘Lynch Mob formula,’ we can never really escape the chemistry between myself and Oni. There’s just a thing that happens there that’s unique to us and undeniable.”

Rebel track listing:

1) Automatic Fix
2) Between The Truth And A Lie
3) Testify
4) Sanctuary
5) Pine Tree Avenue
6) Jelly Roll
7) Dirty Money
8) The Hollow Queen
9) The Ledge
10) Kingdon Of Slaves
11) War

Lynch Mob formed in 1989 after George Lynch parted ways with his former band Dokken. This year marks the 25th Anniversay of Lynch Mob’s debut release Wicked Sensation (see videos for River of Love and the title track below), which is the band’s most popular work to date achieving gold-selling status. The band has released seven other albums throughout their career. Lynch Mob will be touring throught the summer in support of Rebel with more information to be announced at a later date.

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5 Responses

  1. Man, George Lynch has GOT to be the busiest guy in rock today. He’s involved in so many projects. I’m a big Lynch Mob fan, so am excited. Great lineup, BTW.

  2. This should be George’s main gig or dokken. I love to get into this album, Oni Logan is a great singer, but I’m afraid to commit, because this album and band won’t get a full time commitment or support. We all know that Pilson is tied to foreigner and Tichy is always moving from one project to the next.

  3. Decent song, lyrically… meh. I was kind of all set with “we rock so hard and true” themes a long time ago. I hope the album is really good and they do well with it, but hearing Jeff Pilson is in the band makes me wish he, Lynch and Tichy just went ahead with T&N 2. Just my preference, I thought Pilson did a great job with lead vocals on the first one.

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