Lion In The Mane’s long awaited debut full-length album, The Noise War, is finally available everywhere. This group of Brooklyn, NY alternative, pop-rockers are thrilled for fans to finally here their latest collection of songs, all of which they deem their best batch of songs yet. The band takes pride in the fact that they used a variety of musical influences across many different genres in order to carefully craft this album.
The band has partnered with Stage Right Secrets to unveil an exclusive stream of their album. This album was recorded at The Looking Glass Recording Studio with producers Kory Gable and Travis Hill (Capital Arms, Post Season) and mastered by Grammy Winning, Master Engineer Adam Ayan (The Band Perry, Hunter Hayes). You can find Lion In The Mane playing their new album live for the first time on “The Down South Tour,” alongside Uh-Huh Baby Yeah and Dreamcatcher (ex. The Dangerous Summer).
In 2009, lead vocalist/guitarist Jon Masters, guitarist Dmitry Libman, drummer Johnny Coryn and bassist Henry D'Allacco came together in order to form the pop rock act, Lion in The Mane (formerly known as The Atlas). The following December, this group of Brooklyn, NY rockers first introduced their incredible wall of sound to a sizable, passionate, audience at The Music Hall of Williamsburg and haven't slowed down since. With numerous tours and high profile shows under their belt, the band, which now features bass player/vocalist Zach Falkow and guitarist/keyboard player Andrew Lynch, has drawn comparisons to 30 Seconds to Mars, Angels and Airwaves and The Dangerous Summer. Lion in The Mane’s musical style has been described as "building crescendos with dynamic conclusions which indicates the work of experienced musicians with a conscientious attention to songwriting detail."
The fervor of their incendiary live show and their capability create one of a kind rock anthems like "The Way We're Wired," the title track off of their 2011 self-released debut EP, has propelled them to that "my new favorite band" status of many. Since the release of their debut EP, “The Way We’re Wired,” the band has toured the country multiple times over, including showcases at CMJ, SXSW, Florida Music Festival and Launch Music Festival, all the while writing and demoing hours of new material in preparation for the follow-up full length release.
Although there are often many uncertainties throughout a band’s career, one thing remains certain for this group: Lion in The Mane is poised and ready to be the next global sensation.