George Lynch (LYNCH MOB, KXM, DOKKEN) took part in a demo at the ESP booth at this year's NAMM show, which is being held January 19-22 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. You can now watch video footage of his January 20 appearance in two parts below.
KXM, the project featuring Lynch alongside drummer Ray Luzier (KORN) and bassist/vocalist Doug Pinnick (KING'S X), will release its sophomore album, "Scatterbrain", on March 17 via Rat Pak Records.
The follow-up to KXM's 2014 self-titled debut is currently available for pre-order via the Rat Pak web site in various bundles, including signed CDs and t-shirts.
"Scatterbrain" was recorded at the Steakhouse studio in North Hollywood, California. The 13-track effort was helmed by Chris "The Wizard" Collier (FLOTSAM AND JETSAM, PRONG, LAST IN LINE), who also produced KXM's debut.
"Scatterbrain" is thematically a darker record than the debut. The album builds upon the developed KXM rock sound but this time includes some different dynamics drawing inspiration from prog, ska, punk and metal. Through it all, it remains undeniably KXM.
Recorded over the span of ten days, every song on "Scatterbrain" was the result of a musical jam from all three members playing together in the same room.
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