ADRENALINE MOB Returns With 'King Of The Ring' Video

ADRENALINE MOB Returns With 'King Of The Ring' Video

The official video for the song "King Of The Ring" from ADRENALINE MOB — the band featuring Russell Allen (vocals; also of SYMPHONY X) and Mike Orlando (guitar) — can be seen below. The track is taken from the group's third studio album, "We The People", which will be released on June 2 via Century Media. The follow-up to 2014's "Men Of Honor" is the first ADRENALINE MOB release to feature the band's new drummer Jordan Cannata and bassist David Zablidowsky (of TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA).

"We The People" will be available for purchase as a special edition CD digipak, gatefold 2LP+CD, and on all standard digital and streaming music platforms.

"We The People" track listing:

01. King Of The Ring
02. We The People
03. The Killer's Inside
04. Bleeding Hands
05. Chasing Dragons
06. Til The Head Explodes
07. What You're Made Of
08. Raise 'Em Up
09. Ignorance & Greed
10. Blind Leading The Blind
11. Violent State Of Mind
12. Lords Of Thunder
13. Rebel Yell

As the title "We The People" indicates, there's a political side to ADRENALINE MOB. Throughout their years as a musicians and songwriters, they hadn't stayed silent on matters significant. Whether they were masked in metaphor or flatly conspicuous, they've always poured their feelings into song. It was, as Orlando puts it, a form of catharsis. So, as they were watching the presidential campaigns, feeling the negativity — the constant bickering and finger pointing — they knew ADRENALINE MOB's next venture would be affected. In fact, the first song Orlando began writing for "We The People" was the politically charged rocker "Blind Leading The Blind". "The title track is very much inspired by the past election year," confirms Allen. "It touches on our society, here in America. The album title is a reflection of our times. The songs have certain particular stories that stand on their own. Many of them are also driven by the climate we live in today and some are about having a good time, being free and loving rock 'n' roll. All the tracks have a personality and character to them."

ADRENALINE MOB will embark on a 30-date U.S. tour on June 16 in Poughkeepsie, New York. Support on all dates will come from the Canadian band THE WILD!

Tour dates:

Jun. 16 - Poughkeepsie, NY - The Loft
Jun. 17 - New York, NY - Marlin Room
Jun. 18 - Haverhill, MA - The Whiskey Barrell
Jun. 20 - Pittsburgh, PA - Hard Rock
Jun. 21 - Rochester, NY - Harmony House
Jun. 22 - Flint, MI - The Machine Shop
Jun. 23 - Joliet, IL - The Forge
Jun. 25 - St. Louis, MO - Fubar
Jun. 27 - Denver, CO - Marquis Theater
Jun. 28 - Salt Lake City, UT - Royal Bar
Jun. 29 - Idaho Falls, ID - The Gem
Jul. 01 - Everett, WA - Tony V Garage
Jul. 03 - San Francisco, CA - Slim's
Jul. 06 - Las Vegas, NV - Beauty Bar
Jul. 07 - West Hollywood, CA - Viper Room
Jul. 08 - San Diego, CA - Brick By Brick
Jul. 09 - Scottsdale, AZ - Pub Rock
Jul. 11 - Dallas, TX - Gas Monkey
Jul. 12 - Austin, TX - Come and Take It Live
Jul. 14 - St. Petersburg, FL - State Theater
Jul. 15 - Sanford, FL - West End Trading Co.
Jul. 16 - Jacksonville, FL - 1904 Music Hall
Jul. 17 - Greenacres, FL - Piepers Sports Bar
Jul. 19 - Wilmington, NC - The Throne Theater
Jul. 20 - Baltimore, MD - Baltimore Soundstage
Jul. 21 - Easton, PA - One Centre Square
Jul. 22 - Clifton, NJ - Dingbatz

ADRENALINE MOB and TWISTED SISTER drummer A.J. Pero died in March 2015 of a heart attack.

Bassist John Moyer, who has been a member of DISTURBED since 2004, joined ADRENALINE MOB in February 2012 and appeared on the band's "Covertà" EP (2013) and "Men Of Honor" album (2014).

"Men Of Honor" sold around 3,600 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 99 on The Billboard 200 chart.

The band's full-length debut, 2012's "Omertá", opened with around 6,600 units to enter the chart at No. 70.

Drummer Mike Portnoy (FLYING COLORS, THE WINERY DOGS, DREAM THEATER, AVENGED SEVENFOLD) quit ADRENALINE MOB in June 2013 due to "scheduling conflicts."



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