GUITAR ICON GEORGE LYNCH RELEASES FIRST-EVER INSTRUMENTAL ALBUM SEAMLESS
(New York, NY) – After much anticipation, guitar icon George Lynch has finally released his first ever full-length instrumental album Seamless, available now in stores and online everywhere via Rat Pak Records. The legendary axe-slinger and songwriter uses his guitar as his voice, crafting not only fiery licks and histrionics, but creating memorable melody lines that can be sung as well as played. Earlier this year, George set the tone with the other worldly lead single “Death By A Thousand Licks,” and listeners can be sure to find more sonic treasures throughout the rest of the album. Seamless features nine brand new tracks and three bonus tracks from Lynch who is backed by drummer Jimmy D’Anda and bassist Eric Loiselle on the album. Grab your copy of Seamless here: https://smarturl.it/GeorgeLynch.
From the driving guitar riff of album opener “Quiver” to the haunting outro of album closer “Falling Apart,” it is clear George Lynch was looking to explore his writing and love for the guitar. Songs like “Cola,” “Sharks With Laser Beams,” and “Supersonic Hypnotic Groove Thing” explore the various musical styles George likes to play while giving him room to experiment with new sounds alongside his signature tone. Check out the lead single “Death By A Thousand Licks” here:
The album on all formats includes three bonus tracks that were added to the album after the extra tracks were presented to the label. “Blue Light Effect,” House Of Eternal Return” and “The Weight” also show the musical diversity that only George Lynch as a trio can create.