Review: Lynch Mob’s The Brotherhood

By Andrew Catania

When I interviewed George Lynch last month, I told him The Brotherhood was my second favorite Lynch Mob album to their debut record.  Not discounting the other great records in Lynch Mob’s catalog.

The Brotherhood,  Produced by Chris “The Wizard” Collier (Lynch Mob; Flotsam And Jetsam; Prong; KXM), The Brotherhood features 11 brand new hard rock tracks from Lynch Mob. This album will surely resonate with long time fans of the band, as well as those longing for that good ol’ hard rock sound and feel. The Brotherhood highlights the unique pairing of Oni Logan and George Lynch, and along with Sean McNabb (bass) and Jimmy D’Anda (drums), the band has created a solid offering from start to finish. From the riffs of “Main Offender” to the finale “Miles Away,”

The Brotherhood sounds great. It’s an album that’s full and rich without feeling overworked, and the band sounds fluid yet tight. As far as songs go the goods are well and truly delivered on an album that could well equal their best.  9/10 Stars

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