George Lynch Releasing ‘Legacy’ EP And Working On New Lynch Mob Album

George Lynch Releasing ‘Legacy’ EP And Working On New Lynch Mob Album

April 3, 2012

Rat Pak Records are set for a spring release of George Lynch’s ‘Legacy’ EP and an early summer release of a new Lynch Mob album.

‘Legacy’ is a special edition EP release that celebrates thirty years of George Lynch’s guitar playing with an amazing four track offering for the fans. ‘Legacy’ injects us with a super charged dose of George’s signature style and proves once again why he’s one of the most respected guitar players of the last three decades. The EP will be released on May 1st, and can be pre-ordered now at

Track #1, “Blood Drive”, ignites ‘Legacy’ with an upbeat catchy rock track that has a real early Van Halen meets Joe Satriani groove to it. Track #2, “Circulo Del Fuego”, offers a well constructed rocker that incorporates all of George’s legendary playing style. Track three, “Invoid”, can best be best described as “Mr Scary” meets “Tooth and Nail”, as it’s laced from start to finish with amazing guitar technique and killer tone. The final song, “The Road Ahead”, is a haunting ballad style number that combines all the flavor and melodic angst of the late 80’s but with a modern tone.

‘Legacy’ is a straight forward offering with a classic metal vibe and is a must have for any true fan of this elite guitar legend! You can hear the track “Invoid” in it’s entirety on EBR Nation (Part 5) “Reckoning Day”, a short film in the continuing documentary series on American motorcycle icon Erik Buell and his motorcycle company. You can view the video below.

In addition to ‘Legacy’, Rat Pak Records is proud to announce that they will be releasing the new Lynch Mob CD sometime early this summer. The release is not yet titled but the label have heard the early demos and can say with confidence that this is their best material to date. This line-up is a more focused Lynch Mob than we’ve ever seen before and they are hungry to bring their “A-game” to the masses. With Oni Logan, George Lynch, Robbie Crane, and Scot Coogan, you just can’t go wrong!

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