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A Lost Asylum 'A Lost Asylum' Album Review by Ally

A Lost Asylum

A Lost Asylum 

Pavement Entertainment 

February 28, 2020

Review by Ally

Boston Rock Radio 


Now, I'm getting older here so I'm not familiar with a genre called gothcore. In a case as such I just review an album for what it is with no predefined notions. I've found A Lost Asylum to be quite a good pick and I am pleased to add these young cats to my ever growing collection of heavy metal. 

 

They formed in 2016 and are based in Salt Lake City, Utah. They have been busy touring the west coast and gathering a loyal family of fans. Here's hoping they venture to the east coast to blast our stages with their brew of bedlam. The band members are Holly Watson (lead vocals), James Roake (bass), Gil Menchaca (guitar), Dante Long (guitar), and Justin Bell (drums/unclean vocals). The album is available now so give them a listen.

 

As you're listening to their songs, the sounds are crisp, vibrant and commanding. You will stand attention at "Whore! No More" and "Poison."  Every track smacks you over the head with bruising music and jagged metal riffs, hitting as hard as they can with psychotic force. A Lost Asylum has a dark and menacing atmosphere in their material with a mix of yearning clean vocals and the expected feral bark. Even though it is a brutal album it is matched with sonic finesse manifested from the expert guitar work and plethora of tempo changes. The band's ability to blend outright barbarity with texture eloquence has been expertly demonstrated.

 

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