Lorna Shore Premiere “King Ov Deception” Video

Lorna Shore have premiered a new video for their song “King Ov Deception.” This track is from the band’s new album “Immortal,” which was released today (January 31). The group’s decision to release the record as planned has been met with some controversy due to it containing vocals from former frontman CJ McCreery, who was fired after a number of women accused him of sexual abuse and more. Drummer Austin Archey commented:

“To celebrate the release day of ‘Immortal,’ we have for you the official music video for ‘King Ov Deception.’ The video was shot in late 2019 by our long time collaborator Joey Durango. He worked hard to make us a beautiful visual for this song, and we hope you enjoy it.”

Lorna Shore Guitarist Adam De Micco On New Album “Immortal”: “This Record Is So Much Bigger Than The Noise That Is Surrounding It”

Lorna Shore will be releasing their new album “Immortal” on Friday (January 31), but the record has been met with some controversy due to it containing vocals from former frontman CJ McCreery, who was fired after a number of women accused him of sexual abuse and more. Guitarist Adam De Micco has since commented on the band’s decision to release it, saying the effort “is so much bigger than the noise that is surrounding it.”

De Micco said the following:

“’Immortal’ comes out on Friday and I have a ton to say regarding the release of this record.

I’ve been doing my best to be as positive and calm in the midst of all of the noise around this album. The more I attempt to be quiet the harder it gets.

Lorna Shore has been something I have been fighting for for the past 10 years. It wasn’t an established band I joined, it wasn’t some well off band on the way up. I came in at the bottom. The bottom as in VFW shows that 20 people were at.

Since that point in time I have fought for it day in and day out. From when members come and go, when a record needs to be written, from when anything goes south, I’m always there to pick up the pieces.

Point I’m getting at is I fight tirelessly for this. I put everything on the table and there isn’t a soul who has been involved with me can deny this.

@austinarchey_ and I worked to the bone to make this record happen. It was him and I working on these songs by ourselves. It was only him and I in the studio making this record happen. We came up with the title “Immortal” before any note was written because it’s how we felt about the band. Both came to each other with that out of no where. Wasn’t anything to do with the song. The song came from the image we created.

The symbol you get tattooed, the artwork you see before you, the fact that this is coming out on a label (or even coming out at all). All of which was done by him and I.

This has always been our album. This has always been our band. This is us putting out something for the world to hear. Nothing more than putting our stamp on the metal world. We’ve never done this for nothing other than our artistic expression.

What we ask is listen to this from a neutral standpoint. Not from the drama around the vocalist, or how it wasn’t put on when you wanted it, or re-recorded vocals, to instrumentally.

Listen to it as is. Listen to it from a place of art and a place of this is music. Period. This record is so much bigger than the noise that is surrounding it in our eyes. It would be a shame that the work we put into goes to waste. I love you all. Thanks for reading.”

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“Immortal” comes out on Friday and I have a ton to say regarding the release of this record. . . I’ve been doing my best to be as positive and calm in the midst of all of the noise around this album. The more I attempt to be quiet the harder it gets. . . Lorna Shore has been something I have been fighting for for the past 10 years. It wasn’t an established band I joined, it wasn’t some well off band on the way up. I came in at the bottom. The bottom as in VFW shows that 20 people were at. . . Since that point in time I have fought for it day in and day out. From when members come and go, when a record needs to be written, from when anything goes south, I’m always there to pick up the pieces. . . Point I’m getting at is I fight tirelessly for this. I put everything on the table and there isn’t a soul who has been involved with me can deny this. . . @austinarchey_ and I worked to the bone to make this record happen. It was him and I working on these songs by ourselves. It was only him and I in the studio making this record happen. We came up with the title “Immortal” before any note was written because it’s how we felt about the band. Both came to each other with that out of no where. Wasn’t anything to do with the song. The song came from the image we created. . . The symbol you get tattooed, the artwork you see before you, the fact that this is coming out on a label (or even coming out at all). All of which was done by him and I. . . This has always been our album. This has always been our band. This is us putting out something for the world to hear. Nothing more than putting our stamp on the metal world. We’ve never done this for nothing other than our artistic expression. . . What we ask is listen to this from a neutral standpoint. Not from the drama around the vocalist, or how it wasn’t put on when you wanted it, or re-recorded vocals, to instrumentally. Listen to it as is. Listen to it from a place of art and a place of this is music. Period. This record is so much bigger than the noise that is surrounding it in our eyes. It would be a shame that the work we put into goes to waste. I love you all. Thanks for reading.

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Lorna Shore Premiere New Song “King Ov Deception”

Lorna Shore have premiered a new song titled “King Ov Deception.” This track is from the band’s new album “Immortal,” which will be released on January 31. The group’s decision to release the record as planned has been met with some controversy due to it containing vocals from former frontman CJ McCreery, who was fired after a number of women accused him of sexual abuse and more.

Lorna Shore To Release New Album “Immortal” With Former Frontman CJ McCreery’s Vocals

As previously reported, Lorna Shore recently fired CJ McCreery after several women accused the vocalist of sexual abuse and more. Despite this, the band have now confirmed that they are still planning to release their new album, “Immortal,” on January 31.

The group commented:

“Lorna Shore wants to take a moment to thank all our fans and the metal community for all of your support while we have been dealing with the aftermath of our recent decision to move forward without CJ McCreery on vocals.

Today, we are announcing that we, in conjunction with the understanding and incredibly supportive people at Century Media Records, have made the decision to release our new album, ‘Immortal‘ on January 31, 2020 as planned. The decision was something we did not take lightly. We have already begun the search for a new vocalist, and we have EVERY INTENTION to continue Lorna Shore stronger than ever.

Our fans and the metal community have been extremely patient through multiple delays surrounding this album. You’ve waited long enough. It makes no sense to scrap or revise the record with new vocals, which was a feeling shared by both the band and label.

So to be clear – Lorna Shore is all systems go. We will have further announcements regarding a new vocalist as soon as possible. Europe/UK tour with Decapitated is happening. Don’t believe anything you hear unless you hear it from us. We won’t let you down.

–Adam DeMicco, Austin Archey and Andrew O’Connor“

Lorna Shore Premiere “Immortal” Music Video

Lorna Shore have premiered a new video for the title track of their new album “Immortal” (out January 31). The band commented:

“‘Immortal‘ is an accurate representation of where the band has matured to. It was the last song we wrote for the album and ended up being the most challenging song to write. It truly shows the band’s maturity and willingness to grow and expand outside our comfort zones. Whatever we normally would do on a song, we strayed away from and ideas we always wanted to do, we leaned into. This song is an entire culmination of who we are and where the band is headed.”

Lorna Shore Premiere “Death Portrait” Music Video

Lorna Shore have premiered a new video for their new song “Death Portrait.” This track is from the band’s new album “Immortal,” which will be released on January 31. Drummer Austin Archey commented:

“‘Death Portrait‘ unveils the intensity and emotion we put behind this entire new record. Paired with a live video featuring footage from our first US headliner, I believe this gives the listener a proper journey through the darkness that was used to create ‘Immortal‘ as a whole.”

“Immortal” Track Listing:

01. “Immortal”
02. “Death Portrait”
03. “This Is Hell”
04. “Hollow Sentence”
05. “Warpath Of Disease”
06. “Misery System”
07. “Obsession”
08. “King Ov Deception”
09. “Darkest Spawn”
10. “Relentless Torment”

Lorna Shore Sign With Century Media

Lorna Shore have signed a new deal with Century Media Records. The band’s new album “Immortal” will be released through the label in early 2020.

Drummer Austin Archey said the following about signing with Century Media:

“Signing with Century Media is the beginning of another chapter for us as a band. We came through a lot tough situations: from changing members to even getting this record finished, that only pushed us to become a better band. We’re happy to share that with a label we’ve always respected.”

Guitarist Adam De Micco also added the following about the new record:

“We became the band we wanted to be, rather than just the product of our early influences. ‘Immortal‘ is the latest chapter of that story of us as a band, as players and as people.”