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LORNA SHORE’S AUSTIN ARCHEY RELEASES DRUM PLAYTHROUGH VIDEO FOR “DENOUNCE THE LIGHT”

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LORNA SHORE’S AUSTIN ARCHEY RELEASES
DRUM PLAYTHROUGH VIDEO FOR 
“DENOUNCE THE LIGHT”

Watch “Denounce the Light” Drum Playthrough Video
Exclusively at Sick Drummer Magazine HERE
Catch Lorna Shore on Tour NOW with Carnifex and Despised Icon
(Dates Below)
“There’s no doubt that Lorna Shore’s sophomore record will go down as one of the best deathcore albums in recent memory.” – New Noise Magazine
Flesh Coffin OUT NOW via Outerloop Records // Purchase HERE
Watch Official Music Video for “FVNERAL MOON” HERE

Watch Official Music Video for “Flesh Coffin” HERE

NEW JERSEY | FEBRUARY 22, 2017: New Jersey metal band Lorna Shore has been making waves as they continue on tour with Carnifex and Despised Icon, and with the release of their highly-praised, pulverizing sophomore album, Flesh Coffin, which dropped on February 17th with Outerloop Records.Being hailed by Trevor Strnaud’s (The Black Dahlia Murder) for Metal Injection stating, “Lorna Shore easily transcend what is commonly known as deathcore with their blisteringly creative marriage of black and tech metal chops…it’s clinical, quick moving, with impressive instrumental shredding,” and New Noise Magazine who penned”There’s no doubt that Lorna Shore’s sophomore record will go down as one of the best deathcore albums in recent memory.” Today, for all of Lorna Shore’s drum fans, Austin Archey has partnered with Sick Drummer Magazine to unveil the first in a four-part video series of drum playthroughs from Flesh Coffin. The first video, “Denounce the Light,” was the first single off the album and received high acclaim. Check out Austin Archey’s drum playthrough video for “Denounce the Light” exclusively at Sick Drummer Magazine here and keep an eye out for the next three videos. This is what Archey had to say about releasing a series of drum playthroughs:
“Working with Anup Sastry on these playthroughs was amazing. Happy that he was able to help me create something special for all our fans with me! Enjoy!”  – Austin Archey
Formed in 2010, Lorna Shore consists of vocalist Tom Barber, guitarists Adam De Micco and Connor Deffley, and drummer Austin Archey. To date, they have released three EPs and released their debut full-length Psalms in June of 2015. Aside from being featured on the Metal Alliance Tour with Deicide, Lorna Shore has most notably toured alongside bands such as Carnifex, Chelsea Grin, The Black Dahlia Murder, and more. The band has also played festivals such as the New England Metaland Hardcore Festival, Never Say Never Festival, South By So What, Skate and Surf Festival and SXSW’s New England Metal and Hardcore Festival Stage. Lorna Shore’s unique signature aesthetic spans death metal, black metal, power metal, and progressive rock for a style that encompasses brutal breakdowns, dazzling technical passages, white-knuckle-ride dynamics, and rich textured moments. The band’s sophomore album, Flesh Coffin(Outerloop Records), released in February of 2017, was produced by Lorna Shore, Carson Slovak, and Grant McFarland at Atrium Audio (August Burns Red, Everclear, From Ashes to New), mixed by Carson Slovak and Grant McFarland, and mastered by Zakk Cervini (Beartooth, Good Charlotte, Blink 182).
Head to Sick Drummer Magazine today to watch Austin Archey play through Lorna Shore’s “Denounce the Light,” and stay tuned for more videos ahead. Lorna Shore’s sophomore album Flesh Coffin is out now with Outerloop Records and can be purchased here. Lorna Shore is on tour through April 2017 with Carnifex and Despised Icon. Visit Outerloop.Group for more information.
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Lorna Shore – “Denounce The Light” Drum Playthrough
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Lorna Shore: Flesh Coffin Tracklisting
1. Offering Of Fire
2. Denounce The Light
3. The Astral Wake Of Time
4. Desolate Veil
5. FVNERAL MOON
6. Void
7. Infernum
8. the//watcher
9. Black Hollow
10. Flesh Coffin
Upcoming Tour Dates (supporting Carnifex):

2/22 : Stanhope, NJ – Stanhope House
2/23 : Brooklyn, NY – Knitting Factory
2/24 : Long Island, NY – Revolution
2/25 : Worcester, MA – Palladium Upstairs
2/26 : Reading, PA – Reverb
2/28 : Hartford, CT – Webster Studio
3/01 : Poughkeepsie, NY – The Loft
3/02 : Burlington, VT – Higher Ground
3/03 : Albany, NY – Trick Shots
3/04 : Syracuse, NY – Lost Horizon
3/05 : Buffalo, NY – Waiting Room
3/06 : Erie, PA – Basement Transmissions
3/07 : Cleveland, OH – Agora Ballroom
3/08 : Pittsburgh, PA – Diesel
3/09 : Columbus, OH – Park Street Saloon
3/10 : Indianapolis, IN – Emerson Theater
3/11 : Valparaiso, IN – Big Shots
3/12 : Clarksville, TN – The Warehouse
3/14 : Knoxville, TN – The Concourse
3/15 : Louisville, KY – Diamond Bar & Grill
3/16 : Grand Rapids, MI – The Stache
3/17 : Toronto, ON – Lee’s Place
3/18 : Ottawa, ON – Barrymore’s Music Hall
3/19 : Quebec City, QC- Imperial Bell
3/21 : Pontiac, MI – The Crofoot
3/22 : Chicago, IL – Double Door
3/23 : Omaha, NE – Sokol Underground
3/24 : Minneapolis, MN – Cabooze
3/26 : Saskatoon, SK – O’Brien’s Event Center
3/27 : Edmonton, AB – Starlite Room
3/28 : Calgary, AB – Dickens Pub
3/29 : Spokane, WA – The Pin
3/30 : Seattle, WA – Studio Seven
3/31 : Bend, OR – Domino Room
4/01 : Reno, NV – Jub Jub’s
4/02 : Pomona, CA – The Glasshouse

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