[VIDEO] KXM Release First Music Video "Rescue Me"
Posted by Joseph Lee on 03.06.2014
A new supergroup...
Billboard reports that KXM, a supergroup of Doug "dUg" Pinnick of King's X, Lynch Mob's George Lynch (formerly of Dokken) and Korn drummer Ray Luzier, have released the music video for their song "Rescue Me". Their first album will be released on March 11. Here are highlights of an interview:
Pinnick on the album: "This record was done pretty quick. Ray was on tour a lot and George and I both were doing our own thing, too, but when we had a few days off we'd get together in the studio and start working on music. We did basic tracks in the studio together and then finished in our own studios. It was so easy and fun -- and quick."
On the songwriting process: "Somebody would start something, and we'd all fall in. We'd start creating things around each other, and when we'd get a groove going we'd stop and go, 'That's cool. Let's make that the verse' and then start up again. The law in the band was no one tells anybody what to do. Basically, everybody was free to create whatever they felt like within the frame of the other two people. We were all surprised with what we each came up with to complement what each other were doing. It got to the point where we didn't want anybody to bring a song in or try to do something that was already established. We wanted to create everything from scratch."
On more material coming soon: "[We're] already talking about going back and writing more songs. We realize we've got something we really like, and we're having fun with it. It's sort of like having a mistress."