Rock Feeder


by on Mar.03, 2008, under Metal Music News

a life once lostA LIFE ONCE LOST recently made a stop at Club Europa in Brooklyn during their stint on the High On Fire tour and was there to capture it all on film.
The guys get the crowd roaring so intense you’ll be running for your mama before it’s all over.
ALOL kicked off their European tour last Friday with Himsa which will runs through March 25…all of this in support of their most recent album, IRON GAG.
You can experience the madness for yourself on by visiting the A LIFE ONCE LOST page at:

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Philadelphia pounders A Life Once Lost, hit the road this March as main support to Himsa. They will step in for The Agony Scene who had to pull out.


Himsa + A LIFE ONCE LOST + Too Pure To Die


+ Ted Maul (UK only)

+ Anterior (Mainland only)
February 2008
29th Germany Saarbrücken Roxy
March 2008
1st Germany Bochum Matrix
2nd Germany Hamburg Markthalle, MarX
3rd Norway Oslo Garage
4th Sweden Stockholm Klubben
5th Sweden Gothenburg Musikens Hus
6th Germany Berlin Magnet
7th Germany Rosswein Juha
8th Austria Wien Arena
9th Italy Milano Zoe Club
10th Germany München Feierwerk
11th Switzerland Aarau Kiff
12th Holland Tilburg 0.13
13th UK Yeovil The Orange Box
14th UK Birmingham Barfly
15th UK Leeds Rios
16th UK Sheffield Corporation
17th UK Glasgow Barfly
18th UK Cardiff Barfly
19th UK London Underworld
20th France Paris Locomotive
21st Belgium Hasselt Muziek-o-droom
22nd Germany Wiesbaden Schlachthof
A Life Once Lost – ‘Iron Gag’ is out now through Ferret Music
The follow-up to the band’s 2005 release “Hunter”, “IRON GAG” delivers a massive wallop of scorched-out, supercharged rock. 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 ofA LIFE ONCE LOST finding new waters in which to hunt.
Known for flattening clubs with its firepower, ALOL have captured the intensity of its live show on this release, the ever-mutating quintet merging continued artistic growth with an intense, wizened roar. The album was self-produced by the band and mastered at West West Side Music by the venerable Alan Douches.

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