A LIFE ONCE LOST: Video Interview Available

"Uranium", which is exclusively available on Fuse on Demand, recently sat down with Philadelphia, Pennsylvania hard rock powerhouse A LIFE ONCE LOST to talk about the band's latest album, "Iron Gag", and their "love" for CHIODOS. The full episode is available all July long only on Fuse On Demand.

Watch a two-minute clip of the episode below:

Fuse On Demand is available on Cablevision, Comcast, Cox, Direct TV, Insight, Knology, WAVE, Metrocast, Hometown, Midcontinent and a whole bunch of other places across the U.S.

A LIFE ONCE LOST is currently on "The Brothers Of Brutality" tour with EMMURE, VEIL OF MAYA and TONY DANZA TAPDANCE EXTRAVAGANZA which runs until August.

A LIFE ONCE LOST's latest album, "Iron Gag", was released in September via Ferret Music. The CD was self-produced by the band and mastered at West West Side Music by the venerable Alan Douches. The follow-up to 2005's "Hunter" "delivers a massive wallop of scorched-out, supercharged hard rock," according to a press release. "Supremely well-paced, the release exhibits the sound of a band injecting a brazen swagger into its wide musical palette. The music dovetails its blend of raw-power metal and fuzz-tripping rock, combining each in various permutations: the rock coming to the forefront in the songs 'Firewater Joyride' and the crunching 'Detest'; the more deliberate side of the band emerging in the bruising 'Worship' and the snide, slow-boil of 'The Wanderer'. Like a shark, this band can only go forwards and the deeper reaches of 'Iron Gag' are very clearly the sound of A LIFE ONCE LOST finding new waters in which to hunt."


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