Tag: And I Return to Nothingness

Bootleg: “Cursed To Die” from Lorna Shore!

The Ronnie James Dio main stage at Bloodstock Open Air Festival last summer may have been the home of Symphonic Deathcore purveyors Lorna Shore for just a short window of time but damn do they know how to set off a circle pit. From that set the powers that be habe given us pro-shot footage

Bootleg: Lorna Shore at Bloodstock Open Air Festival!

The searing heat of the vocals of Will Ramos have made him a driving force behind the current success of Symphonic Deathcore titans Lorna Shore and their recently deceased abomination “Pain Again“. Witnessing them at smaller venues is going to soon be a thing of the past as their have been clocking up the arena

Bootleg: Lorna Shore in San Antonio Texas!

After the blight of bad luck that was a revolving door of vocalists in Will Ramos Lorna Shore have finally found their match and together they have been raising hell for the past couple of years. The biggest surprise of that period has been the phenomenal success of “To the Hellfire“, which only serves to

Interview: Lorna Shore talk “Pain Remains” influences with KnotFest!

While Lorna Shore were on a sold out tour with label mates Aborted and Ov Sulfur as well as Angelmaker and Ingested, Cori Westbrook couldn’t resist the temptation to interview guitarist Adam De Micco. The conversation is one about the Symphonic Deathcore titans influences when it came to writing their critically acclaimed new album “Pain Remains“,

Interview: Lorna Shore talk “Pain Remains” with Bloodstock TV!

While at Catton Hall in Walton-on-Trent  Derbyshire this summer Symphonic Deathcore titans Lorna Shore took some time out of their busy schedule to grace the Bloodstock sofa and talk to Oran O’Beirne. Naturally the topics of conversation include the bands new album “Pain Remains” as well as their arena tour opening for Parkway Drive. The

Interview: Lorna Shore talk “Pain Remains” with The Metal Tris!

It has to be said that Symphonic Deathcore collective Lorna Shore are quite literally everywhere at this moment in time, appearing in every Magazine and on every YouTube channel with interviews and content around their collosal new album “Pain Remains“, doing the hard yards to get the word out there. Will Ramos is the one

Review: “Pain Remains” by Lorna Shore

“This was the hardest record in our career that we’ve ever had to write. We were no longer in the underdog position. Because of the EP and ‘…Hellfire’, we knew we had to top ourselves. It was a different kind of pressure. For me. the mental struggle was being seen in a new light –

Interview: Lorna Shore talk “Pain Remains” with Gear Gods!

Christmas has come early with the latest episode of the “How Songs Are Made” series from Gear Gods as Lorna Shore guitarist Adam De Micco talks to host Tre Xavier about the bands upcoming new album “Pain Remains” and how it was put together. The follow up to 2020’s “Immortal” will see release on 14th

NEWS: Pain Remains once more for Lorna Shore…

It seems as though we are going to have the vast majority of the upcoming album “Pain Remains” from Symphonic Deathcore titans Lorna Shore before due time as the band have unveiled a fourth single from the record which also happens to be the first of a trilogy. Titled “Pain Remains I: Dancing Likes Flames”