LOST DREAMS: 'Loco Motive' Video Released
"Loco Motive", the new video from Austrian modern melodic death metallers LOST DREAMS, can be seen below. The song is taken from the band's fifth album, "Blinded By Rage", which was released on November 4, 2011 via Twilight Zone Records.
LOST DREAMS last year announced the addition of singer Sebastian Brandauer to the group's ranks.
Commented LOST DREAMS guitarist Andreas Maierhofer: "Sebastian sings and performs with a lot of attitude and really likes the LOST DREAMS music style. He will contribute with his own style, but he can sing the classic LOST DREAMS songs very close to the original singer and also deliver the hard-hitting vocals like Stefan [Traunig] did."
Added LOST DREAM guitarist Herbert Sopracolle: "We are extremely excited to announce and welcome Sebastian Brandauer into the band as vocalist. Sebastian has really been a breath of fresh air for us. Sebastian's voice add new dimensions to our sound."
LOST DREAMS is:
Sebastian Brandauer - Vocals
Herbert Sopracolle - Guitar
Andreas Maierhofer - Guitar
Dominik Hormann - Bass
Rafael Peychär - Drums
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