The End Machine feat. George Lynch, Robert Mason, Jeff Pilson and Mick Brown release debut video
The wait is over. End Machine, originally called Super Stroke, consisting of former Dokken bandmates — guitarist George Lynch, bassist Jeff Pilson, drummer “Wild” Mick Brown — and lead vocalist Robert Mason (Warrant, Lynch Mob) have released their debut video for their song “Alive Today” from their upcoming debut self-titled album, which is to be released via Frontiers Music Srl on March 22, 2019. The video premiered earlier today on Ultimate Classic Rock.
Track List for The End Machine:
01. Leap Of Faith
02. Hold Me Down
03. Ain’t No Game
05. Ride It
06. Burn The Truth
07. Hard Road
08. Alive Today
09. Line Of Division
10. Sleeping Voices
11. Life Is Love Is Music
In terms of the video for “Alive Today”, Pilson told Ultimate Classic Rock: “What a great day we had filming this video… We knew we were in good hands with Jaime Brown directing – he’s the best. From there we just got a couple of cool looks and let the music guide us. ‘Alive Today’ has so many of the elements that make this band special, insane guitar playing, explosive vocals with a gigantic chorus and exciting musical passages – it makes it easy to do a video. Get this band in front of a camera or an audience and there’s no stopping us.”
THE END Machine‘s “Alive Today” video:
Subscribe here for more videos – http://radi.al/SubscribeFrontiers : From the self-titled debut album.