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A Life Once Lost Checks In With Band Activity Update

A Life Once Lost vocalist Robert Meadows is currently offering musical vocal lessons in Manhattan, NYC. Under the guidance of vocal coach Melissa Cross, Meadows will teach techniques in breathing, delivery, pronunciation and career development for vocalists. Meadows offers to teach students the fundamentals of screaming, and more information can be found at this location.

A Life Once Lost has also added on a new show this Friday the 17th in the band's hometown of Philadelphia, PA at the First Unitarian Church. Other bands performing at the event are Job For a Cowboy, Skeletonwitch, Misery Index and Trap Them. The band also checked in with the following update about appearing at Stillborn Fest and working on a new album:

"A Life Once Lost is scheduled to perform on this year’s Stillborn Fest! The trek begins in Syracuse, NY on December 27th, and heads through to Hartford, CT on December 30th. See below for all current tour dates. A Life Once Lost is currently in the process of finishing the follow-up to 2007’s Billboard charting Iron Gag. The band is looking forward to releasing the upcoming record during the summer of 2011."

The band's upcoming tour dates are as follows:

12/17 Philadelphia, PA @ First Unitarian Church w/ Job For a Cowboy, Skeletonwitch, Misery Index & Trap Them
12/27 Syracuse, NY @ Lost Horizon
12/28 Allentown, PA @ Crocodile Rock
12/29 Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
12/30 Hartford, CT @ Webster Theatre

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1. metal2death writes:

they should just play in doylestown.

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