Enlarge A new EP, '...And I Return To Nothingness,' will arrive in August.

Lorna Shore Drop “To the Hellfire” Single with New Vocalist Will Ramos


Lorna Shore have released a new song, “To the Hellfire,” with new vocalist Will Ramos (Monument of a Memory, ex-A Wake in Providence).

Ramos briefly toured with the band in early 2020 after the dismissal of former vocalist CJ McCreery, but that run was cut short by the pandemic. “To the Hellfire” is Ramos’ first recorded output with the band and comes along with the announcement that he is now their permanent vocalist.

McCreery was ousted from Lorna Shore in December 2019 amidst several allegations of physical and emotional abuse by women. The band would go on to release their upcoming albumImmortal, with CJ’s vocals on it, as well as a music video featuring him, despite a public outcry from many not to do so.

“To the Hellfire” will appear on Lorna Shore’s new EP with Ramos, …And I Return To Nothingness, out August 13 via Century Media.

Guitarist Adam De Micco comments:

“Finally excited to release all this information to everyone. It’s been a year and a half on silence on our end and today is a day that we cannot be quiet about this. To be able to announce our new vocalist Will Ramos, a brand new EP, and to finally get back to playing shows again. Will filled in for us over in Europe and during the past year we decided to do 3 songs to see how the fit would be. Which brings us to our EP ‘…And I Return To Nothingness’. The EP features 3 songs that we feel sums up and identifies the band in a way that we see fit. Each song is unique from the next and displays the characteristics of who we are as a band. In addition to we will be playing shows supporting the release of the EP.”

Lorna Shore will team up with The Last Ten Seconds Of Life and Left To Suffer for a quick run of East Coast record release shows in August. Dates:

8/12 Hartford, CT @ Webster Underground
8/13 Asbury Park, NJ @ House Of Independence
8/14 Brooklyn, NY @ Kingsland
8/15 Cambridge, MA @ Sonia

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