Lorna Shore - 2021

Deathcore quartet Lorna Shore taps back into their extreme metal roots in their new single, “To the Hellfire.” The first of three songs introducing the band’s new vocalist, Will Ramos (A Wake In Providence), “To the Hellfire” lays the groundwork for the next chapter of Lorna Shore, which includes a brand new EP and upcoming tour dates.

A longtime friend and veteran of the scene, Ramos joined the band on the European Faces of Death tour, headlined by Polish thrashers, Decapitated. In that time, they dove headfirst into what would later become …And I Return to Nothingness.

Guitarist Adam De Micco shares more about the band’s upcoming release:

“The EP features 3 songs that we feel sum up and identifies the band in a way that we see fit. Each song is unique from the next and displays the characteristics of who we are as a band. In addition, we will be playing shows supporting the release of the EP. Here’s the next chapter of Lorna Shore.”

…And I Return to Nothingness is set to release August 13 and is now available for pre-order.

Lorna Shore tour dates:

August 12 – Hartford, CT @ Webster Underground
August 13 – Asbury Park, NJ @ House of Independence
August 14 – Brooklyn, NY @ Kingsland
August 15 – Cambridge, MA @ Sonia

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