LYNAM Heading 'Halfway To Hell' For New Release

Friday, September 16, 2016
Half Way To Hell (Deluxe Edition)
Lions Pride Music
16 September 2016

Formed in Birmingham , Alabama in 2001 after the breakup of Jacob Buntons major label band Mars Electric, Lynam is often aligned with the retro metal movement of the mid-2000 generation. Led by frontman and principal songwriter  Jacob Bunton, the band is heavily influenced by Def Leppard and has drawn comparisons to  Wolfmother.

From 2002-2004, the band self-released three albums, 'White Trash Superstar'; 'Bling! Bling!' and 'Life In Reverse'. Their fourth, 2006's Slave To The Machine, was released after the band signed to DRT Records/Universal Records. This album peaked at No. 21 on Billoard's Top Independent Albums chart and No. 19 on its Top Heatseekers chart. The album's first single, 'Tanis' achieved the No. 1 spot on both the active rock independentchart and the mainstream rock independent chart. Their fifth album, Tragic City Symphony, was released on August 26, 2008 by New Ocean Media.This album features the song 'Save My Soul,' which peaked at No. 5 on the active rock independent chart. On October 5, 2010, would release their first ever live CD, 'Thank You Good Night'.

The band have since then released two EP's 'Halfway To Hell' and 'Bombshell'. The band have open up for various bands such as Hinder, Slaughter, Saliva, Fuel, Puddle Of Mudd.
Jacob Bunton has also been the lead vocalist in Steve Adler's band Adler and sung on Gus G's latest album.

The band is set to debuting their first release inside Europe, thru Lions Pride Music, with the release of 'Halfway To Hell (Deluxe Version)' which contains the aformentioned EP, the band's hit singles and some highlights from the previous albums.