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Lorna Shore’s New Single and Age-Gated Video Trawls Through the Depths of Despair


Earlier today, Lorna Shore dropped the second part of “The Pain Trilogy” with the release of “Pain Remains II: After All I’ve Done, I’ll Disappear” and its accompanying music video. Featuring the same skull-crushingly heavy music you should expect from the band, this track continues down the trilogy’s intent of dealing with some incredibly heavy subject matter.

Suicide and depression are common tropes in metal, but there’s something about Lorna Shore’s delivery in this track that makes you feel it inside, albeit only for a moment before making you want to break your neck headbanging too hard.

According to the band, “The Pain Trilogy” looks to explore some of the harder regions of our emotional spectrum.

“‘The Pain Trilogy’ is a three-part tale focusing on the stages of grief and vulnerability and exemplifying it through a love story. The first song, ‘Pain Remains I: Dancing like Flames’ begins with the main character becoming enamored by the person within his dreams. He decides to turn to this reality as a sense of purpose despite knowing that the closer he gets to his goal, the further it seems to drift away. This leads to the second song, ‘Pain Remains II: After All I’ve Done, I’ll Disappear’. This is the part where the person vanishes and the main character struggles to accept the pain. He as well wishes to disappear and seeks to throw it all away.

Lorna Shore supports suicide prevention and support. We encourage all to speak to their issues and spark conversations that help and mend us all.

National suicide prevention hotline: 800-273-8255″

The next installment of “The Pain Trilogy” will come out on October 14, which coincides with the release of the band’s latest album Pain Remains on the same day and is currently available for preorder via Century Media Records.

You can catch Lorna Shore live in the near future, but time’s running out since most shows are already sold out. Check out the list of dates below to see if they’re hitting a venue near you.

Parkway Drive European Tour 2022
w/ Lorna Shore, While She Sleeps

Sept. 30, 2022 – London (UK) – Alexandra Palace
Oct. 1, 2022 – Manchester (UK) – AO Arena
Oct. 2, 2022 – Nottingham (UK) – Motorpoint Arena
Oct. 3, 2022 – Cardiff (UK) – Motorpoint Arena

Lorna Shore “The Pain Remains Tour”
w/ Aborted, Ingested, AngelMaker, Ov Sulfur

Oct. 21, 2022 – Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of Living Arts SOLD-OUT
Oct. 22, 2022 – New York, NY – The Gramercy Theatre SOLD-OUT
Oct. 23, 2022 – Worcester, MA – The Palladium
Oct. 24, 2022 – Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage SOLD-OUT
Oct. 25, 2022 – Charlotte, NC – Neighborhood Theatre SOLD-OUT
Oct. 26, 2022 – Nashville, TN – Brooklyn Bowl Nashville
Oct. 27, 2022 – Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade (Heaven)
Oct. 28, 2022 – Tampa, FL – The Orpheum SOLD-OUT
Oct. 29, 2022 – Orlando, FL – The Abbey SOLD-OUT
Oct. 31, 2022 – Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall
Nov. 1, 2022 – San Antonio, TX – Vibes Event Center
Nov. 2, 2022 – Fort Worth, TX – Ridglea Theater
Nov. 4, 2022 – Mesa, AZ – Nile Theater
Nov. 5, 2022 – Los Angeles, CA – 1720 SOLD-OUT
Nov. 6, 2022 – Roseville, CA – Goldfield Trading Post SOLD-OUT
Nov. 8, 2022 – Seattle, WA – El Corazon SOLD-OUT
Nov. 9, 2022 – Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre SOLD-OUT
Nov. 11, 2022 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex SOLD-OUT
Nov. 12, 2022 – Denver, CO – Summit SOLD-OUT
Nov. 13, 2022 – Lawrence, KS – The Bottleneck SOLD-OUT
Nov. 15, 2022 – Chicago, IL – The Bottom Lounge SOLD-OUT
Nov. 16, 2022 – Detroit, MI – St. Andrew’s Hall SOLD-OUT
Nov. 17, 2022 – Cleveland, OH – House of Blues SOLD-OUT
Nov. 18, 2022 – Mckees Rocks, PA – Roxian Theatre
Nov. 19, 2022 – Toronto, ON – Phoenix Concert Theatre SOLD-OUT
Nov. 20, 2022 – Montreal, QC – L’astral SOLD-OUT

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