A LIFE ONCE LOST Finishes Recording New Album

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-based metalcore act A LIFE ONCE LOST has finished recording its new album, "Iron Gag", at Trax East studios with engineer Eric Rachel (SKID ROW, ATREYU, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER). LAMB OF GOD frontman Randy Blythe reportedly assisted with the vocal production on the CD, which will feature a "mind-boggling guitar solo" by mystery guest guitarist, presently only known as "Evil Genius." The second installment in a series of webisodes documenting the making of the new album can be found here. A summer release via Ferret Music is expected. Immediately upon finishing the mixing for the CD, A LIFE ONCE LOST will embark on a U.S. tour with NORMA JEAN, THE CHARIOT and THE HANDSHAKE MURDERS.

A LIFE ONCE LOST's last album, "Hunter", came out in 2005.


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