Pete Lynch’s new album, Kill the monster will be released on the 19th of May. This time around Pete has taken a different approach producing his new album musically and lyrically compared to his debut album Face me! each song is unique but they all come together beautifully. ”I had a very clear vision of how I wanted the record to sound. I had played some of the songs live, so I had a better understanding of the way people react to the new songs” stated Lynch. The lyrics of the new songs are very intimate and unique, we especially enjoy the track, Till the rivers run dry. Which is inspired by a 5,000 mile road trip across America. It is most definitely the type of track you’d listen to cruising down a high way in a convertible with the blissful sun blazing and the stereo turned up.
The album is certainly personal as it is an insight on his life and displays how he sees the world and what he has been through. Which we believe will be a success as a lot of fans and listeners will relate to Lynch and his lyrics.
Kill the monster, that was mixed by Tim Palmer (U2, Pearl Jam, Blue October) also features his usual collaborators drummer – Sascha Bem and Guitarist- Markus Gartner. Also as a bonus, Lynch invited Uk outfit, The missions Simon Hinkler to feature on the track ‘4010’. Pete, Born Silver Spring, Maryland, shows resemblance of Peter Gabriel who fronts The Killers. However, throughout the new album, especially on the track The silence, we hear great resemblance to David Draiman, the front man of the band Disturbed.
We are very impressed by the outstanding, catchy and bitter-sweet new album by Pete Lynch and we cannot wait for it to bless your ear drums on the 19th of May!
Can’t wait until then?
Check out the single ‘Til the rivers run dry’ from the new album now!
Definitely the kind of album you'd take with you on a road trip!