KXM - "War Of Words" (Official Video) George Lynch, dUg Pinnick (King's X), Ray Luzier (Korn)

Fresh off the announcement oof their upcoming album, supergroup KXM - Dug Pinnick of King’s X on vocals/bass, George Lynch of Lynch Mob/Dokken on guitars and Ray Luzier, of Korn on drums - released the first music video from their new record. The energizing video for “War Of Words” depicts the band artfully contemplating the consequences of our words in today’s climate in the midst of a ferocious musical performance. The video was shot by Sebastien Paquet, and edited & directed by Jamie Brown for Smoking Gun Productions Inc.

DANGER ZONE Release 'Don't Count On Heroes' October 18

Italian Melodic Rock band DANGER ZONE will release their new album "Don't Count On Heroes" on October 18 via Pride & Joy Music.
The band centered around guitarist Roberto Priori currently is putting the final touches onto the master. Musically, the Italians successfully continue with the path they already had followed with their previous, very successful release "Closer To Heaven".
The track list of "Don't Count For Heroes" - which was once again produced by Roberto Priori and Jody Gray - looks as as follows:
1. Demon Or Saint
2. Faster Than Love
3. Somewhere Out There
4. Destiny
5. Down To Passion
6. Rise Again
7. Hang On To Your Heart
8. Forever Now
9. Rolling Thunder
10. Breakaway
11. Eternity

Rock Talk with Mitch Lafon - JANET GARDNER (ex-Vixen)

ROCK TALK WITH MITCH LAFON continues Mitch Marathon Month with Janet Gardner (formerly of Vixen) and Justin James.
They discuss their latest album Your Place In The Sun, stepping away from the Vixen brand (yes, I said brand), collaborating on the songs, why her and Vixen didn't share the same vision for the future, their attempts to make a new Vixen record, the Vixen album Tangerine, her five year plan, marriage, the environment for an all female band back in the day, Richard Marx, remembering Jan Kuehnemund and much more. 

MARK BAKER - The Future Ain't What It Used To Be (Showcase)

The name Mark Baker may not be immediately recognisable to many, but for liner note/album credits junkies, it signifies top shelf AOR songwriting. Whether it be anthems or ballads, a Mark Baker song means memorable hooks and a big chorus.
Mark Baker is the man behind the iconic Signal ‘Loud & Clear’ album as well as many other songs including tracks for 38 Special, Paris Black, Triumph and Boulevard.
He was also the main co-writer on House Of Lords’ acclaimed ‘Demons Down’ record, re-joining as co-writer on some of the band’s more recent albums too.
‘The Future Ain’t What It Used To Be’ is a compilation of Mark’s songwriter demos from the 80s and 90s. The songwriter demos feature various singers, including the best session vocalist of them all – Mark Free. I’m pleased to say there are several unreleased Mark Free vocals.
But that’s not all – there are some original demos from the House Of Lords ‘Demon’s Down’ record as well as an appearance from Chicago’s Bill Champlin on an amazing AOR anthem.
Several of these demos have been traded online for years and MRR is thrilled to be able to bring one disc of this material to light in July. The tracks come from DAT masters and will as always be remastered by JK Northrup.
Mark Baker ‘The Future Ain’t What It Used To Be’ will be released worldwide July 26 alongside Outlasted ‘Waiting For Daybreak’.
You can pre-order the album now as well as hear a couple of the songs right now!
PRE-ORDER MARK BAKER 'The Future Ain't What It Used To Be' ($15 + $5 Airmail Shipping Worldwide)
PRE-ORDER DEAL MARK BAKER 'The Future Ain't What It Used To Be' & OUTLASTED 'Waiting For Daybreak' ($30 + $5 Airmail Shipping Worldwide)
Track Listing & Vocalist Featured:
01. Nobody Gets Out Alive (Mark Free) 03:38
02. The Future Ain't What It Used To Be (Mark Free) 04:35
03. Demons Down (Demo Version)(James Christian) 03:34
04. No Pleasure Without The Pain (Demo Version)(James Christian) 05:00
05. Someday You're Gonna Love Someone (Mark Free) 03:45
06. A Little Too Much (Mark Free) 04:23
07. First To Cry (Mark Free) 03:43
08. What Did You Do (Mark Free) 04:27
09. Nothin' (Mark Free) 04:48
10. Dream On Little Dreamer (Bill Champlin) 04:16
11. Give A Little (Vocalsist Unknown) 03:57
12. Cold Day In Hell (James Christian) 04:12
13. Questions Of The Heart (Gary O) 04:59
14. Brighter Day (James Christian) 04:32
15. Only Young (Vocalist Unknown) 04:01
16. Runaway (Mark Free) 03:53
17. Superhero (Mark Free) 04:46
18. X T C O I (Freddy Curci) 03:46



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