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Album Review

A Life Once Lost's debut album for Deathwish finds the band taking what it presented with its first album on Robotic Empire and installing more double bass drum and thick guitar sound while taking out some of the fast-paced music and instead making the songs more chunky and dense. The vocals are death metal growls, both in a high and low-end range. And yes, there are occasional guitar solos, too. The downside is that none of this seems entirely fierce or interesting as much as it just is an assault on the ears. There is some variation, but for the most part this would sound all the same even to the nominal death metal fan. The band certainly has some talent, but some diversity within the album would have been nice.

Biography

Formed: 1999 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Originally formed in 1999, Philadelphia's A Life Once Lost joined a rapidly growing fraternity of metalcore bands (Converge, God Forbid, Killswitch Engage, to name but a few) spread across the U.S. Eastern Seaboard — over the next few years, these groups helped define the so-called New Wave of American Heavy Metal. Featuring vocalist Robert Meadows, guitarists Robert Carpenter and Douglas Sabolick, bassist Nick Frasca, and drummer Justin Graves, their releases include 2000's Open Your Mouth...
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