Friday, June 14, 2024

All Again in the Lost Zone

Italian rock trio Lost Zone‘s sophomore album, Ordinary Misery, is out now via Drakkar Entertainment, as is new single ‘All Again’ featuring Philip Wilhelm of From Fall To Spring.

Available digitally, you can also check out the video for the ‘All Again’ single here at RAMzine.

The Ordinary Misery album features the following tracks: ‘Fighting Demons’, ‘Shadow Of My Memory’, ‘All Again‘, ‘Can’t Keep Running’ featuring Dystropia, ‘Devil In Disguise’, ‘You’re The One’, ‘Out Of My Mind’, ‘Voices‘ (LZ Version), ‘Hold Me Tight, ‘Foreshadowing’ featuring Bluthund, ‘Where Will This End?’ and ‘Nothing But A Dream’.

Lost Zone debuted with their first EP, followed by Resilience in March 2022, blending influences from rock, metalcore but also pop elements into their sound.

Balancing brutal, mean riffs and heavy beats, heartfelt ballads, and issuing a cover of Linkin Park‘s ‘In The End’ (with more than a half million views to date), Resilience – Full Circle, featured nine exclusive acoustic versions and eleven powerful tracks by Lost Zone, released last July and still available, as are other singles, here.

“It’s impossible to fully hide our influences, but we do our very own thing,” said Florian. They write, record and produce their music themselves in their own studio built in 2017.

Last month they released ‘Foreshadowing’, featuring Bluthund, as a single and Lost Zone‘s singer and guitarist Florian said of that new single: “’Foreshadowing’ is against hate and bullying on the internet! Braxi, singer of Bluthund, takes on the role of an angry German citizen who spreads hate on the net. A situation that is unfortunately often encountered these days. With this song we would like to draw attention to this topic and ask people not to behave like this. On the contrary, we should all become part of the solution!”

‘Foreshadowing’ is still available on all digital streaming services here and you can check out the lyric video here at RAMzine.

Opening track, ‘Fighting Demons’ was a previous single from the band, and “deals with our fight against the demons we carry within us,” according to singer and guitarist Florian, who added: “Unfortunately, the topic of mental illness is still a taboo in our society, even though so many people suffer from it. And unfortunately, many people still perceive the topic as irrelevant and that they should just pull themselves together.” They also issued ‘Can’t Keep Running’ as a single in February.

You can also check out the video for previous singles ‘Can’t Keep Running’ and ‘Fighting Demons’ here at RAMzine here.

You can order Ordinary Misery here.



Paul H Birch
Paul H Birch
RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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