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A Life Once Lost: Recording To Start April 10


A Life Once Lost
Mark your calendars, kids.

Philadelphia’s A Life Once Lost will enter Planet Red studios in Richmond, Virginia, on April 10 with producer Andreas Magnusson.

That is when A Life Once Lost will finally record the long-awaited follow-up to the band’s 2007 album Iron Gag.

I personally can not wait. I happen to know the band’s been tinkering with its sound and incorporating new styles into it.

“I have a lot of new material to work with here so it will be a breeze for us to make a super epic record,” says Magnusson.

“We are excited to be working with an old friend on this upcoming record,” adds frontman Robert Meadows. “Andreas has worked on some cool stuff and the chemistry between him and the band works out great. Stay tuned for some video clips of our time in the studio and random news blurbs on our Facebook and Twitter pages.”

A Life Once Lost’s as-yet-untitled new album will be released later this year via Season of Mist.