With the new album mere moments away from release, 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 latest music video from their new record Circle Of Dolls. The video for “Time Flies” shows the band right at home recording in the studio and serves as a sneak peek into the renowned chemistry that these astonishing musicians have with each other. Watch the video for “Time Flies” here:
Building upon the success of their 2014 self-titled debut and 2017’s Scatterbrain, KXM’s Circle Of Dolls is scheduled for release tomorrow September 13th via Rat Pak Records and will also be available via Frontiers Music SRL in Europe. Circle Of Dolls is currently available for pre-order via the Rat Pak Records website in various bundle configurations including turquoise & black splatter vinyl, cassette and hand autographed CD packages at: https://smarturl.it/KXMbundles. From the infectious riff of the album opener “War of Words” to the album finale of “The Border,” KXM have yet again created something truly special and musically diverse. Circle Of Dolls features 13 brand new tracks and was recorded at the Steakhouse studio in North Hollywood California where the band once again tapped Chris “The Wizard” Collier to engineer and co-produce the new effort.
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KXM formed in early 2013 when Dug, George and Ray spoke about trying to jam together. At the time it wasn’t clear what would come from those jams. The only thing that was clear was that these 3 musicians, at the top of their game, wanted to play together. The self-titled debut, KXM, was released on March 11, 2014 and debuted at #31 on the Billboard 200. The followup Scatterbrain was released March 17, 2017 to critical and fan acclaim. The band takes its name from the combination of the member’s other projects: K from Korn, X from King’s X and M from Lynch Mob. In a world that constantly searches for new and unique music, KXM delivers all the power and punch that one would expect from these high-level players.