SOULS OF WE's GEORGE LYNCH, LONDON LEGRAND To Guest On 'Headbanger's Heaven'

SOULS OF WE members George Lynch (DOKKEN, LYNCH MOB) and London LeGrand (BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION) will guest on "Headbanger's Heaven" on 93.3 KDKB in Phoenix, Arizona on Saturday, May 24 between 7:00 p.m. and midnight local time. They will talk about their SOULS OF WE collaboration and will premiere music off the group's new album, titled "Let the Truth Be Known", due to drop on May 27. Host Mike Gaube will also talk to George about the upcoming LYNCH MOB tour and a possible DOKKEN reunion.

"Headbanger's Heaven" can be streamed at

Rounding out the SOULS OF WE lineup is powerhouse drummer Yael (TOM MORELLO, ALEX SKOLNICK) and bassist Johny Chow (SYSTEMATIC, FIREBALL MINISTRY).

Lynch and Legrand originally started crafting the songs that would ultimately make up "Let The Truth Be Known" four years ago. However, the project was temporarily put on hold for a couple of years while Lynch worked on various projects and Legrand joined BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION, the band featuring Nikki Sixx of MTLEY CRE and Tracii Guns from L.A. GUNS. After the BRIDES split, Legrand and Lynch rekindled their partnership and finished work on their most ambitious project yet.

"Let The Truth Be Known" was self-produced in various studios around Los Angeles and mixed by Mudrock (AVENGED SEVENFOLD, GODSMACK). The record features several guest musicians including, drummer Morgan Rose (SEVENDUST) and bassist Fred Leclercq (DRAGONFORCE). "We went in to this project with no funding, no label, no producer and no band," explains Lynch. "We were just doing demos and making the music that we wanted to make. There was no one looking over our shoulders and no deadlines."

When asked about the music, Legrand offers his insight on a couple of the songs. "'Let The Truth Be Known' is a song that shouldn't piss off anybody that's not guilty of the words I'm saying. It's a fuck you to those who fucked me. 'January' is a true story of deception fueled by drug addiction. I wrote this song about the final days of BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION.

"The music is dangerous and beautiful at the same time, but it definitely has a fuck you element to it," states Legrand. "The songs are very personal to me. Growing up, I was really quiet and shy and writing was my way of being heard. There are a lot of kids out there that think they're in this world alone. I want to let them know they're not alone. We are all the souls of we."

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