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New Band of the Day: Lost In Echoes

Exploding out of Stirling, Scotland – home of Stirling Castle, Blair Drummond Safari Park and a fairly posh retail outlet village – come Lost In Echoes. Playing their own mix of metal and hardcore, they don’t fall into the trap of being like every other hardcore band.

With a distinctive Scots voice at the helm, they even have one track that’s virtually spoken word with the most basic of keyboards in the background. However, I do prefer their more traditional offerings, an example of which is in the video at the bottom.

Their debut EP, Kingdoms, is available via iTunes and you can also find them on YouTube and facebook.

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