On the album, veteran musicians Jeff Pilson on bass and (ex Dokken and Dio , currently with Foreigner) on bass and Brian Tichy (Whitesnake, Billy Idol, Slash etc.) on drums, this Lynch Mob rhythm section provides a solid core foundation behind a wall of sound that Lynch and Logan's playing and songwriting has become known for. On the new album, Logan expands his lyrical scope beyond matters of the heart and mind to his views on social and economic injustice in songs like "Dirty Money", Kingdom Of Slaves" and Sanctuary". Chris "the Wizard" Collier is once again guiding the Lynch Mob recording process from pre-production, engineering, mixing and mastering and kept the natural tones of the instruments and vocal sound true to how they were recorded. According to "the Wizard": "this was a very easy album to mix as all tones and instrument placements were excellent already." Lynch and Logan are very excited to be releasing this new recording through Frontiers and are ready to hit the road to support the album in the States as well as in Europe. Rounding out the current live version of the band are Jimmy D'Anda on drums (Bulletboys) and Sean Mcnabb on bass (Dokken, Burning Rain etc.) both of whom have been members of Lynch Mob on the past.