2024 launches with a bang thanks to the announcement of The Quantum Phase, the highly anticipated new record from supergroup The End Machine. The announcement signals a notable change in personnel as well. Singer Robert Mason has officially parted ways with the group, paving the way for Girish Pradhan, the rising superstar vocalist known for his work under the moniker Girish And The Chronicles and, more recently, with Joel Hoekstra’s 13. The addition of Girish Pradhan to the band is a testament to the keen discernment of Serafino Perugino, president, and founder of Frontiers Records. Perugino, who serves as the executive producer for The End Machine, recognized the incredible talent and potential in Pradhan and brought him to the attention of the band. Pre-order for, The Quantum Phase, available here.

To herald this fantastic change and new album, The End Machine shares their first single off of The Quantum Phase entitled Silent Winter. The track is accompanied by a new music video.

Jeff Pilson comments on the new track, Silent Winter is a song about the bleak prospects for humanity if we keep on our current trajectory. Quantum Phase – the album – deals with what we must do to change course.” Watch the video, for the first single, below.

Quantum Phase track listing:

1) Black Hole Extinction

2) Silent Winter

3) Killer of the Night

4) Hell or High Water

5) Stand Up

6) Burning Man

7) Shattered Glass Heart

8) Time

9) Hunted

10) Stranger in the Mirror

11) Into the Blazing Sun

Band Members:

George Lynch 

Girish Pradhan

Steve Brown

Jeff Pilson

Established in 2018, The End Machine released their eponymous debut album, The End Machine, in 2019 bringing early acclaim for not only contemporary production and a modern attitude, but also their perfectly crafted songs, paying homage to their roots and the music that they love. This attitude and talent was equally on display with their 2021 sophomore album, Phase2.

In delivering 2024’s ‘The Quantum Phase, The End Machine has not only surpassed expectations but has penned the record of their lives. With each note and lyric, they have exceeded their own artistic aspirations, collectively crafting the album they always wished they had written. This monumental work stands as a testament to The End Machine‘s evolution, showcasing not only their musical prowess but also their unwavering dedication to pushing the boundaries of their creative expression.

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  • Dana on

    The music sounds like older, classic Dokken.

  • T on

    Agreed, though Don could never sing like that. One of the things I always liked about Dokken were their killer vocal choruses/harmonies. That, and everyone always looked forward to a new George Lynch solo. (Alone again, Tooth and nail, etc,.) George and Jeff work very well together.

  • Ray Gillen on

    Ya I like it . Good hook , great solo .

  • Doug on

    This is almost literally Dokken, with just a much heavier sounding vocalist. I will miss Robert Mason, but will still be a The End Machine fan.

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