THE END MACHINE, FEATURING GEORGE LYNCH, JEFF PILSON, MICK BROWN AND SINGER ROBERT MASON, TO RELEASE SECOND ALBUM, “PHASE 2” ON APRIL 9TH

The End Machine, the new band featuring two members of the classic Dokken lineup — George Lynch (guitar) and Jeff Pilson (bass) — along with former Lynch Mob and current Warrant singer Robert Mason, will release its second album, Phase 2, on April 9th through Frontiers Music Srl. The first single will arrive in late February.

Phase 2 track listing:

1. The Rising 
2. Blood And Money 
3. We Walk Alone 
4. Dark Divide 
5. Crack The Sky
6. Prison Or Paradise
7. Plastic Heroes
8. Scars
9. Shine Your Light
10. Devil’s Playground
11. Born Of Fire
12. Destiny

The End Machine released their self titled, debut album on March 22nd,  2019 To listen to songs from that release, please click the highlighted song titles.

Alive Today, Burn The Truth and Leap Of Faith.

Phase 2 recording lineup:

George Lynch – guitar 
Jeff Pilson – bass, keyboards and background vocals 
Steve Brown – drums and background vocals 
Robert Mason – lead and background vocals

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  • Doug on

    Loved their debut! I commented on this before, while I’m a big fan of the ex-Dokken guys, Robert Mason is what draws me to this project. The dude is so underrated.


    • Dana on

      Agreed, D,

      Mason is a great singer.

      D 🙂


  • Ray Gillen on

    I was hoping Wild Mick would come out of retirement for this . He`s a very underestimated musician in my opinion , I hope he`s doing well. I think he would be a great interview for Eddie, not only to check in to see how he is doing but the guy has some great stories .


    • Dana on

      Ray,

      Something about Mick has always reminded me of David Lee Roth. Maybe, it is his upbeat, comedic personality?

      D 🙂


  • Nathan Denney on

    The title references Mick Brown.


    • Ray Gillen on

      It does but he`s not in the band, Micks brother is replacing him.


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