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After much anticipation, legendary bassist and King’s X frontman dUg Pinnick has today released his fifth solo album Joy Bomb via Rat Pak Records. Earlier this year, dUg set the tone with lead single “Key Changer,” a driving song about reveling in the power of music and sharing its joy. Listeners can expect the many shades and colors that make up the iconic bassist and singer, as Joy Bombcontains thirteen original tracks of the riffage and power that has made dUg an icon in the genre. Grab your copy of Joy Bomb at the link here: http://smarturl.it/dugpinnick

dUg shares in a statement, “Joy Bomb is an album that has one mantra that I share with everyone…may the groove be with you.”

From the charging rhythms of album opener “Jon Boy” all the way through the barnstorming closing track “Making Sense Of The Bones,” dUg proves that age is nothing to him and provides an album packed with the groove, swagger, and soul that he has honed and perfected over his extensive career. dUg’s ability to combine a multitude of his influences into one seamless offering is on full display. “A Long Way From Home,” “Like A Wolf,” and “The Poison” show why dUg is still one of the best in metal and rock, while “I Can’t Fight This Feeling,” “Social Distancing,” and “Long Live Love” exemplify his ability to think outside the box and expand his range. Check out the lead single “Key Changer” here: https://youtu.be/KaF00__70Uk.

Listen to Joy Bomb here:

Spotify: https://smarturl.it/dugjbspotify

Amazon: https://smarturl.it/dugjbamazon

iTunes: https://smarturl.it/dugjbitunes

About dUg Pinnick

dUg Pinnick is known first and foremost as the soulful singer and bassist for hard rockers King's X. Throughout the band’s lengthy and legendary career, King’s X released twelve albums and influenced the likes of Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Dream Theater, Pantera, and many more. Throughout the early 21st century, Pinnick remained the "go-to singer" of rock - as evidenced by his appearance on recordings by first-rate rockers including Jeff Ament, Eric Gales, George Lynch, Ray Luzier, and many more. dUg has issued solo albums under his own name, including 2005's Emotional Animal, 2006's Songs from the Closet, 2007's Strum Sum Up, and 2013's Naked. His latest offering, Joy Bomb is set for release on October 15 via Rat Pak Records.