Lynch mob

Lynch mob

Lynch Mob are the current vehicle for former Dokken guitarist George Lynch, who has been the band`s only permanent member. The band was formed in California, United States in 1989 shortly after Lynch quit Dokken. The band`s line-up has been a revolving door of members who have come and gone, and in some cases returned. The band`s debut album, featuring vocalist Oni Logan (ex-Cold Sweat), Wicked Sensation (1990) was praised by many fans as a great rock album.

Vintage Magazines with Lynch mob

Screamer Magazine January 1993

Screamer Magazine January 1993
Issue: January 1993. Featuring: Pearl Jam, White Zombie and Slaughter. Also Included 24-7 Spyz, Blind Melon, Every Mother's Nightmare, Heavy Bones, Skid Row, Warrior Soul, Cathedral, Flotsam and Jetsam, Solitude Aeturnus, Babylon AD and Much More.

Screamer Magazine September 1992

Screamer Magazine September 1992
Issue: September 1992. Featuring: Slaughter. Also Included Babylon AD, Black Sabbath, Faster Pussycat, House of Lords, Iron Maiden, Killer Dwarfs, King's X, L7, Little Caesar, Lynch Mob, Soundgarden, Pantera, Body Count, Cro-Mags, White Zombie and Much More.

Screamer Magazine August 1992

Screamer Magazine August 1992
Issue: August 1992. Featuring: Def Leppard. Also Included Electric Boys, Electric Love Hogs, Kiss, LA Guns, Love/Hate, Roxy Blue, Slamming Gladys, Slaughter, Tora Tora, Ugly Kid Joe, Unruly Child, Wolfsbane and Much More

Screamer Magazine December 1991

Screamer Magazine December 1991
Issue: December 1991. Featuring: Queensryche. Also Included Bonham, Coroner, Death, Europe, Haunted Garage, Lita Ford, Lucy Brown, Shadow King, Shotgun Messiah, Sweet F.A. and Much More

Screamer Magazine March 1991

Screamer Magazine March 1991
Issue: March 1991. Featuring: Great White. Also Included Iron Maiden, Ozzy Osbourne, Anthrax, LA Guns, Armored Saint, Loudness, Suicidal Tendencies, Throbs, Trixter, Lynch Mob and Much More

Screamer Magazine February 1991

Screamer Magazine February 1991
Issue: February 1991. Featuring: David Lee Roth. Also included Dark Angel, Motorhead, Saigon Kick, Slayer, Testament, Warrant and Much More.

Screamer Magazine January 1991

Screamer Magazine January 1991
Issue: January 1991. Featuring: Tesla. Also Included Scorpions, Slaughter, Damn Yankees, Death Angel, Heaven's Edge, Rhino Bucket, Sweet F.A., Vio Lance and Much More.

Screamer Magazine December 1990

Screamer Magazine December 1990
Issue: December 1990. Featuring: Cinderella. Also Included Bang Tango, Extreme, Jet Boy, Eyes, Lynch Mob, Nevada Beach, Sepultura, Two Bit Thief, Annihilator and Much More.

Screamer Magazine November 1990

Screamer Magazine November 1990
Issue: November 1990. Featuring: Ratt. Also Included Robert Plant, Winger, Testament, Helix, House of Lords, Deep Purple and Much More.

Articles with Lynch mob

LYNCH MOB – Not a Band, But A Brotherhood

Oni Logan has a stellar history as a performer. From producing multiple albums and EPs with Lynch Mob to serving as long time vocalist with the Dio Disciples—Logan’s done a lot in the world of music. On September 8, Lynch Mob will be releasing their next album entitled, The Brotherhood, via Rat Pak Records. The album… Read more »


LYNCH MOB Release Music Video for “Mr. Jekyll and Hyde” From Upcoming Album The Brotherhood

Lynch Mob release the second music video from upcoming album, The Brotherhood, scheduled for release on September 8th via Rat Pak Records. The video for “Mr. Jekyll and Hyde” is now live and can be seen below.   The video also features a cameo appearance from members of Beasto Blanco and shows Lynch Mob performing at a freak show. The video comes… Read more »


SWEET & LYNCH Release Behind The Scenes Video From The Making of “Unified”; New Album “Unified” Available November 10th

SWEET & LYNCH Release Behind The Scenes Video From The Making of “Unified” New Album “Unified” Available November 10th via Frontiers Music Srl Frontiers Music Srl is set to release the second album from SWEET & LYNCH, “Unified”.  The highly anticipated follow up to the band’s Billboard charting debut, “Only to Rise” will be available… Read more »


Rat Pak Records Set To Release LYNCH MOB “The Brotherhood”

Produced by Chris “The Wizard” Collier (Lynch Mob; Flotsam And Jetsam; Prong; KXM), “The Brotherhood” features eleven 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… Read more »


KXM – …For all The Right Reasons

KXM – “…it was done out of love and for all the right reasons” If you ever think about who is a workaholic, the name George Lynch doesn’t necessarily spring to mind.  It may be that when you’re wading through your record collection and pass through the “D” section you remember some of the good… Read more »


Lynch Mob Release “River Of Love” Unplugged Offical Video

Lynch Mob “River of Love” from the CD Unplugged…and from the soon to be released Episode 35 of Live From Sugar Hill Studios! Featuring George Lynch (Guitars), Oni Logan (Vox), Robbie Crane (Bass), Brian Tichy (Guitars) and Tyson Sheth on percussions. Produced by Rat Pak Records, Sugar Hill Studios and Zenfilm. Executive Producer: Dan Workman… Read more »


Rat Pak Records set to release LYNCH MOB “Unplugged”

Lynch Mob “Unplugged” (Live From Sugar Hill Studios) was recorded at historic Sugar Hill Studios in downtown Houston,Texas during the filming of “Slow Drag”, the video from the band’s highly successful Rat Pak Records release “Sound Mountain Sessions”. Produced by renown Houston engineer Dan Workman, “Unplugged” features rare acoustic versions of “Wicked Sensation”, “River Of… Read more »


Deadline Music To Release Special Lynch Mob A/V Collection On June 19

Deadline Music/Cleopatra Records will release a special 3-disc audio/video deluxe collection of Lynch Mob’s REvolution.  The set features the full-length studio album Revolution with killer, supercharged renditions of classic Dokken/Lynch Mob tracks such as “Tooth And Nail,” “Breaking The Chains,” “Wicked Sensation,” and more.  It also includes professionally filmed live performances recorded during the 2005… Read more »


Screamer Magazine January 1993

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Screamer Magazine September 1992

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