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In 1996 the band entered the studio and producer Kelly Gray hired. Gray with Lynch, Pilson and Brown wanted to Dokken in a new direction to the dismay of the singer and founder Don Dokken and released Shadow life which was a complete transition from melodic rock to a more alternative. Lynch found time to attend the J Frog Skull And Bones Guitar in the annual NAMM Show. In 1997, tensions had again broken out between Don Lynch and Lynch which led to their release of Dokken and replaced by former guitarist John Norum Europe, who had played the solo efforts of Don Dokken.
This J Frog Skull And Bones Guitar prompted Lynch to call his former Lynch Mob Oni Logan, Anthony Esposito and Mick Brown for a meeting of Lynch Mob. The band entered the studio and demoed three songs (later released as an EP called Syzygy). But Logan has decided to leave the band to pursue other projects before a full album could be completed. Mick Brown decided to stay with Dokken. George held a short 13 show US tour for Lynch Mob in 1998 with Artension singer John West, Anthony Esposito and others.