LOST SOUL Joined By Ex-VADER Drummer

Long-running Polish death metallers LOST SOUL have announced the addition of drummer Paul Jaroszewicz (CHRIST AGONY, ex-VADER) and guitarist Marek Golas (SAMMATH NAUR) to the group's ranks.

LOST SOUL's new lineup is as follows:

Jacek Grecki - Vocals, Guitar
Marek Golas - Guitar
Damian Czajkowski - Bass
Paul Jaroszewicz - Drums

LOST SOUL has completed work on its anniversary album, "Genesis - XX Years of ChaoZ". The CD will be made available later this year.

LOST SOUL's fourth album, "Immerse In Infinity", was released in 2009 via Witching Hour Productions. The effort contained "eight crushing anthems (57 minutes) of monumental extreme death metal in vein of NILE, HATE ETERNAL and VITAL REMAINS," according to a press release.

A video for the song "216" — taken from "Immerse In Infinity" — can be seen below. The clip was filmed at the 2010 edition of the Brutal Assault festival in the Czech Republic.


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