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Watch Lorna Shore’s Cinematic Video for New Track, “Immortal”

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Lorna Shore have released “Immortal,” the title track from their forthcoming album of the same name, alongside a cinematic music video directed by Joey Durango.

This is the first song I’ve listened to from Lorna Shore’s new album, and it’s also the first song of theirs I’ve genuinely liked! Nothing against the band, just never really connected with their music until now, ya know? “Immortal” is much more dynamic, expressive and cinematic than I can recall any of their earlier material being, with orchestral elements and some nifty, atmospheric guitar leads. It even steers clear of the basic deathcore tropes that have defined Lorna Shore’s output to date until the very end, when a gigantic breakdown provides a much-needed release of tension.

The band thinks this track is a big step up, too, if their statement about it is any indication:

“’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.”

Immortal comes out on January 31 via Century Media; pre-order here. It’s the band’s first album with new vocalist C.J. McCreery (ex-Signs of the Swarm). Catch the band on tour in Europe next March with Decapitated, Beyond Creation, Ingested and Viscera. Dates underneath the video.

06.03.20 (DE) Berlin – Lido
07.03.20 (DE) Hamburg – Bahnhof Pauli
08.03.20 (DK) Aarhus – Voxhall
09.03.20 (DE) Hannover – Bei Chéz Heinz
10.03.20 (DE) Oberhausen – Kulttempel
11.03.20 (NL) Nijmegen – Doornroosje
12.03.20 (UK) London – ULU
13.03.20 (UK) Glasgow – Slay
14.03.20 (UK) Manchester – Club Academy
15.03.20 (UK) Birmingham – Mama Roux’s
16.03.20 (UK) Bristol – The Fleece
17.03.20 (UK) Southampton – The Loft
18.03.20 (BE) Aarschot – De Klinker Club
19.03.20 FR) Paris – Le Trabendo
20.03.20 (CH) Aarau – KiFF
21.03.20 (DE) Karlsruhe – Weisse Rose
22.03.20 (IT) Milan – Slaughter Club
23.03.20 (DE) Munich – Backstage
24.03.20 (AT) Vienna – Viper Room
25.03.20 (HUN) Budapest – Dürer Kert
26.03.20 (CZ) Republic Prague – Nova Chmelnice
27.03.20 (PL) Wroclaw – Pralnia
28.03.20 (DE) Dresden – Puschkin

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