In a recent interview with MetalSucks, guitarist George Lynch updated about Lynch Mob’s upcoming new album, due to be released in 2023.
About the new album, Lynch said:
“We’ve got the new [Lynch Mob] lineup set, and we’ve got my guitars, Jaron Gulino‘s bass tracks, and Jimmy D’Anda‘s drums all finished.
”We need to get Gabriel Colon‘s vocals wrapped up and then go from there. The new lineup is really great, and I love what we’re doing. So, we’ll keep working on that with an eye to getting that out for 2023, too.”
George Lynch also talked about The End Machine, the collaborative project with Foreigner and former Dokken member Jeff Pilson:
“When me and Jeff get together, we’re just a two-headed songwriting monster. It’s crazy, but we finish each other’s sentences and understand each other musically. I think that because we’ve been doing the same thing for so many decades, we know exactly what we’re trying to do, but now we have a much better idea of how to get there than we used to.
”And when I work with other people, and I’ve worked with some great people, I don’t have that connection with any other people like I do with Jeff. It’s everything, from riffs, guitar sounds, and composition to putting that together. We’re very attuned to each other, and our skill sets complement each other very well, so working on this record is an absolute joy, and it’s got me very excited.”