Recording for debut album from Robert Mason, George Lynch, Jeff Pilson and Mick Brown is completed
The new band formerly known as Super Stroke and consisting of lead vocalist Robert Mason (Warrant, Big Cock, Lynch Mob) along with three quarters of the classic Dokken line-up — guitarist George Lynch, bassist Jeff Pilson and “Wild” Mick Brown — have finished recording their debut album and are aiming for it to be released via Frontiers Music Srl in April 2019.
Blabbermouth reported as follows about Pilson‘s comments to writer Clay Marshall in a recent interview:
“The band does have a new name that I cannot tell you, or I’d have to kill you… We’re going to wait to make a big announcement, but we do have a new name that we’re very, very happy with, and we even have a name for the record. The record is done and recorded. It has to be mixed, yes, but I am thrilled beyond belief with the music and how it’s come out. I’m really proud of this record — the songs and the playing and Robert‘s singing and everybody else’s background singing, and George [Lynch] is playing at his peak. It’s just a phenomenal record, and I can’t wait ’til it comes out.”