Tag: A Life Once Lost

NEWS: Left To Vanish get honest. Brutally.

A third new single since December 2020 from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Metallers Left To Vanish (Mind Power, ex-A Life Once Lost) who originally disbanded in 2009 before resurfacing after a near 7 year hiatus in 2015-2016 is music to our ears. Following “Pity” and “Healthy” comes “Honest” so can you pick out a theme from Robert

Bootleg: A Life Once Lost in Montreal!

Back in 2005 Philadelphia Pennsylvanian Metalcore outfit A Life Once Lost dropped “Hunter” via Ferret Records and produced by then Anthrax guitarist Rob Caggiano and it took them to Ozzfest a year later. Our personal favourite of the bands record, it was preceded by “A Great Artist” and from the accompanying tour, here’s a full

NEWS: Left To Vanish get “Healthy”?

It’s amazing how quickly a music video can be filmed, edited and uploaded in 2021 with this new one from Left to Vanish featuring a guest vocal appearance by Jesse Leach of Killswitch Engage shot on 6th February 2021 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania and landing just 11 days later. The band have Kurt Fowles from Sirius

NEWS: Mind Power unveil “Self Torture”!

Recorded between 2018 and 2019 at the Banana Ranch in Wilkes-Barre Pennsylvania, the previously released quartet of digital EPs from Mind Power have been consolidated into a single vinyl pressing by Jump Start Records and rebranded “Self Torture“. That is available to order here with the band releasing a music video for “Mess” created by

NEWS: Left To Vanish return with “Pity”!

As if being in one band and being a BBQ cook extraordinaire wasn’t enough, former A Life Once Lost and current Mind Power vocalist Robert Meadows joined the re-formed Left To Vanish in 2017 when they returned after an 8 year hiatus. They released album “Dethroned” together then and have returned with new single “Pity“,

Review: “Fail To Be” by Yashira

Its always funny how one band can lead you to finding another and in the case of Jacksonville Florida’s Yashira, their 2018 split EP with Zao led us to them with their song “Led To Ache“. 2020 is the fifth anniversary of the bands existence with their debut EP “We Find Ourselves In The Grief

Review: “From Filth to Filth” by Filthy Crook

A five man Death Metal band from Oulu, Finland, Filthy Crook formed in 2017 at a local suburban pub after a night of heavy drinking when then singer Ville Lehtoranta and bassist Joni Saarela ended up randomly discussing a possible project together. The vocalists inactive band Lehtoranta were joined by the bassist alongside drummer Jarno Väyrynen and

Review: “Dissipating Eternity” by The Outliers

Brad Hayes (Vocals), Eric Wondergem (Guitar/Vocals), Zach Deabay (Guitar), Jerad Walters (Bass) and Brandon Wondergem (Drums) formed The Outliers in 2015. Hailing from Grand Rapids, Michigan and taking inspiration from the likes of As I Lay Dying, August Burns Red and Thy Art Is Murder, they have released a trio of studio albums in that

Throwback: “Vulture” by A Life Once Lost!

Releasing five albums and one EP in twelve years together, A Life Once Lost formed in 1999 in a suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, it was their third studio album in 2005 that got them the most attention. Recorded at Millbrook Sound in New York City with Anthrax guitarist Rob Caggiano and Eddie Wohl of Scrap

Listmania: Metal Noise Top #5 EPs of 2019!

Whether it’s the wealth of Metal bands at the moment or the increased ease of recording and releasing quality material independently to streaming services, the shorter format of the Extended Play seems to have been a resurgent force in 2019. Some bigger names have recorded in the short form to tide them over between albums