Nearly one year after releasing their fourth full-length, Pain Remains, Lorna Shore are giving fans an instrumental edition of the album, to enjoy the record in a whole new way. The band have also just started an extensive run of EU and UK dates, with US shows to follow. Read below for the full live listings and more on new Lorna Shore collectors records.
Lorna Shore has booked three Christmas shows this December! The shows are dubbed A Lorna Shore Christmas and the first will take place at the Worcester Palladium, with the other two at The Paramount on Long Island and finally Starland Ballroom in New Jersey. The Pre-sale code and Ticket links are at the link below. Direct support on the shows will come from Currents, Rivers of Nihil, Varials, and Entheos. Lorna Shore has had a huge year touring the globe, are currently in Europe, and have completed several tours with Gojira and Mastodon!
The Mega Monsters Tour with co-headliners of Gojira and Mastodon with Lorna Shore in support, arrived in Syracuse at the Upstate Medical Arena at The Oncenter War Memorial Syracuse. Say that five times fast. Starting back in April and going strong since then, the US portion is coming to an end, but a whole European tour remains. The Mega Monsters Tour is a massive undertaking and won’t come to an end until the beginning of December in Germany. Continue reading
Two years ago, Lorna Shore unleashed their groundbreaking …And I Return to Nothingness EP – which features the smash-hit “To The Hellfire” (currently at 17M+ views on YouTube, 38M+ streams on Spotify). To celebrate this anniversary, the band has dropped a new video for EP-track “Of The Abyss” (produced by Loki Films) – seen here:
Saturday, and as will be of no surprise to anyone, it was pretty damn hot today too, people were noticeably moving much slower through the arena, and people were checking their phones for the forecast of tomorrow’s storm with excitement.
After hearing horror stories about the queues I was pleasantly surprised to arrive at the hollow turn of Donington for Download Festival 2023, and was parked up within 10 minutes. Not to dismiss the stories is it close the rather excellent download festival app a tool which I would find invaluable during my visit constantly advising incoming travellers of reach to avoid owing to congestion.Continue reading
I don’t want to speak too early or jinx anything, but this Heavy Metal idea has been in a resurgence as of late. Bear in mind that a lot of the old promotional tools have been inactive for years. MTV lost its ass and stopped using the first letter of its acronym long ago and whatever is left of commercial rock radio is perfectly content to spin the same Stone Temple Pilots singles until the sun or Clear Channel finally burn out. Yet here we are in the age of streaming and shortened attention spans with several young acts making headway. Continue reading
Download Festival 2023 has broken their own record this summer with weekend, day and camping tickets now completely sold out. Metallica, Bring Me The Horizon and Slipknot headline a remarkable year for the UK’s biggest rock festival. Download Festival’s 20th anniversary has become a double celebration, as today the festival sells out, marking 2023 as the fastest-selling year of all time. Day, weekend and camping tickets have been snapped up by fans eager to celebrate an incredible 20 years for the legendary festival. The special anniversary edition, taking place for the first time over four days on 8-11 June 2023 at Donington Park, will feature headliners Bring Me The Horizon, Slipknot and Metallica, who will perform two headline sets with no repeat songs.
Lorna Shore burst onto the stage with just the right vibe to start this show out. Thundering unrelenting drums colored with technical guitar riffs and solos filled the theater and spawned energetic mosh pits, while the intense vocals topped it all off. In between songs, the singer Will Ramos, threw out positive uplifting comments and platitudes that reminded me why metalheads; despite their rough exterior, are the nicest people you can meet.
Mere months after forming and announcing their existence to the world, Deathcore Supergroup Project: Vengeance, the project formerly known as The Big Six, has released its debut single, “Cut. Bleed. Repeat”. You can listen to the single now at the links below. The track was Written, Produced, and Mixed by Luke Fiadino and Mastered by Joel Wanasek. The current lineup for Project: Vengeance is Will Ramos of Lorna Shore, Taylor Barber of Left To Suffer, Dickie Allen of Infant Annihilator, Darius Tehrani of Spite, and Tyler Shelton of Traitors. Listen to the track now!