The End Machine, featuring members of Dokken, and Lynch Mob, have released a video for the song, Leap Of Faith, listen to it, below. Their debut album is due out today, March 22, via Frontiers Music Srl.

To watch a lyric video for the song, Burn The Truth, click here. Also, to read more about this release, and to hear the song, Alive Today, please go here.

The End Machine track listing: 1. Leap Of Faith 2. Hold Me Down 3. No Game 4. Bulletproof 5. Ride It 6. Burn The Truth 7. Hard Road 8. Alive Today 9. Line Of Division 10. Sleeping Voices 11. Life Is Love Is Music

The End Machine will play its first set of shows in April. Brown will be unable to make the dates and will be temporarily replaced by Evanescence’s Will Hunt.
The dates are as follows:

April 4 – Whisky A Go Go – Los Angeles, CA
April 5 – Count’s Vamp’d – Las Vegas, NV
April 6 – Encore – Tucson, AZ

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  • MikeyMan on

    I’m liking everything I’ve heard so far from Dok Mob.
    Just waiting for delivery, I’ve ordered the Japanese import CD+DVD version.

  • shannon mehaffey on

    I give up…I talked about this with a very cogent post …this is the last time…

    What music doesn’t have now is:
    Pre production..Doug said the band would record in a matter of weeks, but what he missed is that the band was in pre production for a good month to two months before they set foot in the studio …and the result was a live take that had all of the muscle memory, reflexive intuition, and emotion that a song requires. This is why AC/DC’s very simple music sounds like that.

    This band is a good band but they don’t have the chemistry that Dokken does…I’ll take that new Dokken song. Don was a great singer because he didn’t over muscle the thing…he let the melody and lyrics breath…also, you had this great juxtaposition between his voice and the music.

    I like the four new Crue songs…all four of them. Crue could be wonder bread, and they could be downright weird and dangerous…they are safe and then they are uncanny, and they move between so seamlessly; this is an extremely rare quality that Kiss doesn’t even have anymore, but Kiss is better for other reasons. Have a great one guys. 🙂

    • Doug R. on

      Shannon, I didn’t miss that fact, that’s just an obvious given. My point was that in the 70’s, an album (in most cases) could be written, recorded, produced, mixed, and released in no time, but today, it usually takes years! Modern technology supposed to make things easier and faster, and yet on average it takes 2-3-4 years for a band to release a new album today. Most music today is too polished and way over produced!

  • Dana on

    For once we agree, Craig,

    I always found Robert Mason to be a great vocalist.


  • Doug R. on

    Okay, Craig, you can take the sheet off now! LOL!!! 😉

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