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Latest Lost Soul News
Below is our complete Lost Soul news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Lost Soul has issued the following announcement about wrapping up a work on a forthcoming album:
"We proudly announce that we finished works on our new album. We have decided that we will work on 'Atlantis' as long as we must to achieve a desired quality, as we believe that the music on this album is so good that it couldn't be spoiled by weak mix.
"We approached mix four times. Each time we had to wait for free spot in the studio. The recordings began in April last year. By the end of June 2013 we recorded drums, guitars and bass. A month later we recorded solos. Meanwhile unfortunately, I had an accident and couldn’t firmly stand on my feet for five months, to record the vocals. Eventually in January 2014 we recorded vocals, keyboards, samples and extras.
"In February we recorded 12-piece choirs that uniquely affect the atmosphere on the album. After unsuccesful cooperation with one studio we decided to make the mix in Hertz Recording Studios. Wieslawski Bros. We’d like to thank them for patience. With tremendous work, focus, dedication and commitment, we achieved the sound that perfectly reflects the message of 'Atlantis.'
"Taking a closer look at our discography, we don’t need to prove anything to anyone. But we wanted to prove to ourselves that we are able to create a material sounding damn live, powerful, hard and heavy, and at the same time selective. We wanted to show that playing so extreme music like LS we can record 100% live drums, we can record a few guitars per side, we can get a fantastic sounding bass, find a place for the vocals, which I’m very proud of... With all the things that emphasize the needs of the present times in terms of production, live production, the new album Lost Soul is still very selective and smooth, its great in reception from beginning to end, fully thought out and mature. Every time I listen to it, I have tears in my eyes. Tears of emotion, pride, victory. More...
Polish outfit Lost Soul is back with new album "Atlantis - The New Beginning," which contains ten new songs in a basic edition and three bonus tracks in a special edition.
Arek “Malta” Malczewski is currently mixing the album at Sound Division Studios. Guitarist/vocalist Jacek Grecki also comments:
"We are currently working on the final sound of our new brainchild and collecting ideas for album artwork. We are very proud of what we’ve written. It might seem that after an album like Immerse in Infinity it might be hard to outdo ourselves artistically, but I think we succeeded.
"I am also quite pleased with the lyrics for this album. Lyrical layer is very mature, and is quite consistent with the conceptual nature of the entire album. The music itself has kept its extreme direction, but we took on a little darker atmosphere this time. The album is a little slower, and much more powerful than the previous, but from the first notes you know it is Lost Soul.
"It begins with a faster, punishing tracks and then goes down to medium and slow tempo, and finally shows how ‘catchy’ fast, technical, brutal extreme music can get. Atlantis sounds very lively compared to previous albums, due to the fact that for the first time in history of the band, each of us recorded their respective instrument tracks. I am very proud of the guys. We’ve also invited four special guests to the record. More details on this coming soon."
"We are planning to release the new album in summer 2014, but I’d rather not talk specifically about the release date, as we yet have to sign a new deal. We will keep you updated. Be patient. From time to time, we will reveal more details. I would like to give my best wishes for the new year to all fans of metal and wish the bands that will release their new albums in 2014, pride and satisfaction with their work. It will be a great year!" More...
Vocalist Jacek Grecki of Poilish act Lost Soul has checked in with the following announcement about delaying work on a new album due to breaking his leg:
"Yello Frends, Jacek here… after six days in hospital I'm finally back home! I unfortunately broke my leg in my regular job. My knee was totally crashed and I'm battered a bit... So, I'd like to let you know that work on new album will be delayed 'cause I have to stop with recording vocals.
"Me and Arek Malta Malczewski we have an appointment to complete the mix of the new album 'Atlantis' between September 20 and October 10. I hope I record all vocals to this time but now I'm not sure of this.
"But the most important thing is that we are sure to play all upcoming shows! So excuse me friends but I'll be sitting on the chair...and I wanna see all of you there fuckerz!"
28.08.2013 Olsztyn POL (MOK) with Vader + support
29.08.2013 Chorzów POL (Lesniczówka) with Embrional & Spirits Way + support
30.08.2013 Bielsko-Biala POL (Rude Boy) with Embrional & Spirits Way + support
31.08.2013 Zagan POL (Elektrownia) with Embrional & Spirits Way + support
27.09.2103 Szczecin POL (Slowianin) with NILE + supports
28.09.2013 Gdynia POL (Ucho) with NILE + supports
29.09.2013 Torun POL (Od Nowa) with NILE + supports More...
Poland's Lost Soul has checked in with the following announcement about an upcoming album:
"We proudly announce that we decided to present you a title of new Lost Soul album. The successor of 'Immerse in Infinity' will be consist of 10 regular pieces and three bonus tracks.
"Ladies and gentlemen, Lost Soul's opus fifth: 'Atlantis - The New Beginning.' More info soon, stay tuned."
Photos from the recording studio and additional info on Lost Soul can be found at the band's Facebook profile here.
Polish death metal band Lost Soul announced line-up changes for the band. Founder Jacek Grecki stated: “We proudly announce the new Lost Soul line-up!!! Paul Jaroszewicz – drums (Christ Agony, ex-Vader) and Marek Golas – guitars (Sammath Naur) have joined the band!!! Helleluyah 2012!!!”
Lost Soul recently finished working on the anniversary album Genesis – XX Years of ChaoZ for label Witching Hour Productions. Currently, no release date has been revealed.
Poland's Azarath had previously announced the "Unholy Carnival" tour with Vesania and Nomad. Azarath has now issued the following announcement about dropping off those dates:
"We have to inform that due to sudden and unexpected Necrosodom's job duties we have to cancel our shows during upcoming Unholy Carnival Tour in Poland. Lost Soul will play instead of Azarath, together with Vesania and Nomad."
Additional details on Azarath's upcoming live activity will be announced as it is made available from the band.
The organisers of the Czech Republics Brutal Assault festival has announced two more bands for this years edition of the event. New York hardcore legends Agnostic Front will now be performing at the festival, along with other new confirmation, Swedish black metal artists Watain. The festival takes place in the town of Josefov from August 12th-14th.
The lineup is now as follows: More...
Polish metal band Crionics has posted a new track, entitled "Scapegoat," from the upcoming EP "N.O.I.R" had been posted on the band's MySpace page. "N.O.I.R." will be out right before the summer this year. The band will soon start working on the full-lenghth album. The recording sessions are being planned for July and August this year.
Upcoming "Aealo Tour 2010" dates with ROTTING CHRIST, LOST SOUL, CRIONICS, NAUMACHIA, STRANDHOGG are as follows:
15.04.2010 (POL) Bialystok / Gwint
16.04.2010 (POL) Lublin / Graffiti
17.04.2010 (POL) Rzeszów / Pod Palma
18.04.2010 (POL) Kraków / Loch Ness
19.04.2010 (POL) Katowice / Mega Club
20.04.2010 (POL) Wroclaw / Madness
21.04.2010 (POL) Lódz / Dekompresja
22.04.2010 (POL) Bydgoszcz / Estrada
23.04.2010 (POL) Szczecin / Slowianin
24.04.2010 (POL) Gdynia / Ucho
25.04.2010 (POL) Poznan / Blue Note
According to the official Meinl Cymbals website, drummer Daray Brzozowski has left Polish death metal legends Vader and joined Norwegian black metallers Dimmu Borgir. This comes after recent rumours that Brzozowski and guitarist Mauser have left Vader, with Mauser concentrating on his project Unsun. Word has it that former Lost Soul drummer Adam Sierzega will be taking Brzozowski's place and both Jacek Hiro from Sceptic and Waclaw "Vogg" Kieltyka of Decapitated are rumoured to be joining as the new guitarist.
Ascending from the infamous blast furnaces of the death metal stronghold of Florida, Divine Empire are already planning their next sonic live assault. Having just returned from their successful tour with the legendary Bay Area thrashers of Testament, the new divine bomb raid over the old world already lies ahead. Don't miss the emperors of dark and disdainful death metal, joining forces with the Polish war machinery of Vader, the Greek diabolical force of Hades, Rotting Christ, as well as Anorexia Nervosa and Lost Soul.
Here are the dates: More...