ADRENALINE MOB the new band featuring former DREAM THEATER/AVENGED SEVENFOLD drummer Mike Portnoy, SYMPHONY X frontman Russell Allen, guitar virtuoso Mike Orlando (SONIC STOMP), bassist Paul DiLeo and STUCK MOJO/FOZZY axeman Rich Ward recently recorded a cover version of the BLACK SABBATH classic "The Mob Rules" for inclusion on the group's forthcoming debut album, to be released before the end of the year through an as-yet-undetermined record label. The song was premiered in its entirety on this past Friday night's (June 24) edition of Eddie Trunk's "Friday Night Rocks" radio show on New York's Q104.3 FM, which featured the members of ADRENALINE MOB as special guests.A radio-quality rip of ADRENALINE MOB's version of "The Mob Rules" can be streamed in the YouTube clip below. **UPDATE**: The clip was replaced with a live version of "The Mob Rules" from ADRENALINE MOB's June 24 concert at the Hiro Ballroom in New York City. ADRENALINE MOB made its live debut on Friday at The Hiro Ballroom in New York City. A review of the concert by Elliot Levin of the NY Hard Rock Music Examiner can be found at this location In a March 2011 interview, Russell described ADRENALINE MOB as "a straight-up rock band with just rock songs kind of like an edgy, modern kind of sound. It's not progressive or trying to be too metal or anything it's just good, old crunchy rock stuff." He added, "I think it will be really well received by people who like to hear that kind of stuff. This is a new thing for Portnoy and myself, too. I've always done kind of done stuff with AYREON, but that's more of a vintage-y vibe, but nothing like this, which is kind of modern-sounding, almost like ROB ZOMBIE meets BLACK LABEL SOCIETY meets DISTURBED, [but] with [Ronnie James] Dio singing. It's all this kind of craziness. So it's definitely different and it's cool." Speaking to MetalSymphony.com, Orlando stated about ADRENALINE MOB, "This band is not in the vein of SYMPHONY X or DREAM THEATER. It's more along the lines of, say, ROB ZOMBIE, GODSMACK, DISTURBED, BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, SHINEDOWN with Russell's absolute pipes from hell and Mike just outright killing it on the kit. The guitar is really rocking and has some pretty insane moments, but it's a song-oriented band and that's the most important aspect before anything." He continued, "Russell and I have an amazing writing chemistry together and he is one of my closest and dearest friends. It's an absolute pleasure to work with such a great talent as Russell on every level.' He added, "Mike is just unbelievable. His playing is beyond words at times. He's the utmost professional musician but also one of the nicest and coolest guys I have ever met and played with. It's an honor to call him my bandmate, to say the least, and I look forward to ripping it up every night out there with Mike and Russ and the guys!"