In a new Interview with Derek “Mr. Shred” Thomas of “Talking Shred”, legendary axeman George Lynch talked about Dokken and Lynch Mob tour.
When asked about DOKKEN cancelled a gig at this year’s M3 Rock Festival, he said (Transcribed via Blabbermouth):
“We’re going to make up for it big time. I’m not supposed to say anything, but next year, we’re going to do something — but not what you think… We’re going to do something, but it’s going to be DOKKEN and LYNCH MOB together going out, and then at the end of the night, me and Don [Dokken] are going to go out and do a few DOKKEN songs together.”
On the status of Lynch Mob album, George said:
“Right now, we’re kind of in the trenches with our new LYNCH MOB record. We’ve got 15 songs on the board that we’re pretty much done with, and we’re going to write a couple more. [We’re] starting to get the vocals figured out, and Jimmy‘s [D’Anda] starting to get the drums down on it. Most of the guitars are done. All the solos are pretty much done, except for two. We’re getting pretty close”
Legendary George Lynch is well known as main songwriter of Dokken and his solo band Lynch Mob. Well known as an 80s guitarist, Lynch is considered to be one of the most influential and famous metal guitarists. He is known for his unique playing style and sound. George also released an album with another band called KXM. The album titled ‘Circle of Dolls’ was well received by fans and press. He is ranked #68 on “100 Greatest Guitarists Of All Time” by Guitar World magazine and is also ranked #10 on “Top 10 Metal Guitarists Of All Time” by Gibson.